LMWP

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LMWPLow Molecular Weight Protein (biochemistry)
LMWPLake Michigan Writing Project (Grand Rapids, MI)
LMWPLow Molecular Weight Polymer (biophysics)
LMWPLeft Message With Person
LMWPLabor-Management Welfare Pension
LMWPLow-Molecular-Weight Polypeptide
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They suggested that the low molecular weight polymer did not provide a sufficiently large repulsive barrier.
Rheological behavior of low molecular weight polymer solutions (PVA11, PVA12 and PVA13 in Figs.
In both cases the low molecular weight polymer (9.1 kDa and 12.4 kDa) produced highly crenellated capsules.
The dart impact energy was insensitive to polymer molecular weight or composition at room temperature, but the low molecular weight polymer underwent a brittle-ductile transition at ca -30[degrees]C, whereas all the blends were tough.
Provided sufficient time is allowed for diffusion to the surface during flow, a low molecular weight polymer component in a polymer blend could migrate to the material's surface by any of the mechanisms discussed.
A dispersion aid can include a low molecular weight polymer or oligomer, optionally functionalized
58) has applied the Rouse model for dilute solutions to low molecular weight polymer melts by substituting solvent-polymer interactions with polymer-polymer terms.
In addition to this electronic effect, a steric hindrance effect due to the presence of a bulky group of sulfonate ortho to the amino group may also lower the nucleophilic reactivity, causing a decrease in viscosity due to low molecular weight polymer.
The low molecular weight polymer, which tended to stick to the mill, was heated to ~50[degrees]C, while the other two polymers were heated to ~90[degrees]C.
Broad mwd polymers tend toward a slower cure rate and lower final state of cure due to the presence of low molecular weight polymer chains.
Krasol LB is a liquid, low molecular weight polymer of butadiene, without functional groups, produced by a special anionic polymerization technology.
The Epolene product line is divided into three major classes of low molecular weight polymers: N types, or normal (nonemulsifiable); C types, or coating; and E types, or emulsifiable.
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