viscometric analysis

viscometric analysis

[¦vis·kə¦me·trik ə′nal·ə·səs]
(fluid mechanics)
Measurement of the flow properties of substances by viscometry.
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Molecular weight of synthesized polymers was determined by Mark-Houwnik equation through viscometric analysis.
A viscometric analysis showed that the lab scale extruder was less efficient at cooking the cereals.
Evaluation of intrinsic viscosity (|[eta]|) and molecular weight (M) from viscometric analysis and spectrophotometric characterisation of humic/fulvic acid samples [HA.sub.1] and [FA.sub.1], extracted from Nonaghata Uttarpara soil; [HA.sub.2] and [FA.sub.2], from Nonaghata Dakshinpara soil; [HA.sub.3] and [FA.sub.3], from Kalyani soil; [HA.sub.4] and [FA.sub.4], from compost; [HA.sub.5] and [FA.sub.5], from oilcake; [HA.sub.6], and [FA.sub.6], from compost-treated soil under field conditions.
College of Pharmacy Glendale) compiles 36 chapters listing materials, methods, protocols, and troubleshooting notes for liposomes in the study of drug metabolism, drug transfer and uptake, cellular osmosensors, amino acid transport, interactions of soluble proteins with cellular membranes, and other aspects, as well as topics like the biosynthesis of proteins inside liposomes, viscometric analysis of DNA-lipid complexes, and methods to monitor fusion, permeability, and interaction with cells.
Evaluation of intrinsic viscosity ([absolute value of [eta]]) and molecular weight (M) of humic/fulvic acid samples from viscometric analysis [B.sub.expt] of [B.sub.expt.
The viscometric analysis thus indicates a proportionate decrease in the molecular weight of PET with respect to the irradiation dose.
Microwaves effectively break large polymer chains into smaller ones more rapidly; as discussed earlier in "Effect of Gamma Irradiation on PET Properties: Reduction in Molecular Weight" section where viscometric analysis indicated 40% decrease in the molecular weight of PET waste irradiated with 100 kGy dose as compared to that in case of nonirradiated PET waste.
The viscometric analysis of monomer (MBPC), polymeric ligand (PMBPCPR) and polymeric metal complexes (PMBPCPRCu) and (PMBPCPRNi) was accomplished in DMF with a concentration range 0.024-0.064 g/dl, at a temperature range from 283-3230 K with an interval of 10 K by using a suspended level viscometer (Technico ASTM 445).