Mark-Houwink equation

Mark-Houwink equation

[′märk ′hau̇‚wiŋk i‚kwā·zhən]
(physical chemistry)
The relationship between intrinsic viscosity and molecular weight for homogeneous linear polymers.
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The Mark-Houwink equation for the linear polymers in the GPC solvent relates intrinsic viscosity to the viscosity average molecular weight ([M.
The solvent used for PEN was a 50/50 (v/v) mixture of phenol (>99%, Aldrich) and 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene (>99%, Aldrich); the viscosity measurements were made at 30[degrees]C, and the Mark-Houwink equation employed to calculate the number average molecular weight was derived from the data of Po et al.
n] for Post Consumer PET flakes was calculated as 33,630 g/mole according to the Mark-Houwink equation.
Some dilute solution properties of these polymers, such as the interaction with organic solvents (7), the Mark-Houwink equations in CH[Cl.