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With 30 years of chromatography and light scattering experience, the Viscotek GPC/SEC systems and detectors from Malvern provide solutions for all applications of proteins, synthetic and natural polymers.
Complete systems are available as out-of-the-box solutions for macromolecular characterization. Alternatively, upgrade an existing system through the addition of a modular detector.
The entire Viscotek range is backed by the Malvern’s global support and training network.
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There is a strong global trend in automotive design that features a continuous increase in the use of conventional, performance, and novel polymeric materials. This is a result of weight savings, design flexibility, and ease of fabrication offered by...
A summary of the three top academic research papers covering different research topics which show how multi-detector GPC/SEC can be used for different applications.
The top 10 reasons to consider an advanced multi-detector SEC system, which incorporates light scattering detectors for the measurement of absolute molecular weight and molecular weight distribution with excellent accuracy.
GPC/SEC is mainly used for the characterization of macromolecules including synthetic and natural polymers (including polysaccharides) as well as proteins or RNA/DNA. This white paper provides an introduction to the technique in 30 minutes.
Four different polymers are analyzed by GPC/SEC to investigate the effect of molecular weight, dispersity and molecular structure on the final properties of the polymer.
(Webinar - Recorded)
Good value and excellent performance is a combination that will warm the heart of any academic polymer scientist
Professor Kenneth J Wynne
the Department of Chemical and Life Science Engineering at Virginia Commonwealth University
The real benefit of the Viscotek system is the online viscometry detection and light scattering. These capabilities provide so much more info than conventional measurements, allowing you to look for polymer structure and branching as well as molecular weight and polydispersity.
Department of Chemistry and Faculty of Engineering, University of Georgia
We rely heavily on the Malvern HT-GPC system because of the comprehensive, accurate information it provides. Ongoing costs are low because the system is easy to maintain and consumables are affordable, which drives down the ‘cost per injection’, an important comparative indicator for us
Dr Jerome Claverie
NanoQAM, the nanotechnology research centre of the University of Quebec
The technical support that we’ve received has been a deciding factor in our decision to continue to work with Malvern. Malvern systems also provide the cutting-edge performance and reliability that we need.
Domino Printing Sciences plc
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