Intrinsic viscosity is correlated with the size of the molecule in a solution. Figuring out the molecule’s intrinsic viscosity provides insights to molecular weight, structure, and its interaction with other molecules and neighboring solvents. This method has been used for numerous applications such as:
• Hydrodynamic radius
• Degradation and stability of polymers
• Denaturation or aggregation of proteins
• Hydration and tertiary/quaternary structure of proteins
• Sensitive detection of low molecular weight polymers
m-VROC offers fast and reliable intrinsic viscosity measurement for small sample volume. Operators will obtain results within 15 minutes for a single point measurement in addition to its true dynamic viscosity measurement capability.
|True dynamic viscosity||Yes||No|
|Sample volume, ml||1||10|
|Cleaning between samples||Not Necessary||Necessary|
|Average operation time per sample, min||5||10|
(Results may vary depending on operator’s skill)
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