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By Joao B. P. Soares

A very good evaluate of contemporary advances in polyolefin characterization, supplying many evidence hitherto unavailable. the pinnacle caliber contributions span such fields as separation and fractionation, excessive throughput, thermal and crystallinity research, spectroscopy and rheology.

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Average particle diameter 5 mm (Macherey Nagel, Du¨ren, Germany). For dissolution and injection of the samples a robotic sample handling system PL-XTR (Polymer Laboratories) was used. The temperature of the auto sampler with the sample block and the injection needle, the injection port and the transfer line between the auto sampler and the column compartment was set to 140 8C. The mobile phase flow rate was 1 mL/min and 50 mL of sample solutions were injected. 2 mg/mL at a temperature of 150 8C.

Symp. 2007, 257, 13–28 19 Figure 7. 3D-surface plot (left) and 2-dimensional contour plot (right) of a metallocene polyethylene blend. The 3D graph on the left side of Figure 7 already gives a clear idea of the separation and of the main structural features of the blend components. Having higher density, component A has an elution temperature around 95 8C, higher than the lower density component B, while its molar mass is shifted to lower values, as expected by their respectives MIs. Component A has narrower composition distribution, resulting in a higher 3 dimensional peak.

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