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Partition Systems for the Fractionation of Nitrocellulose with Respect to Molecular Weight

Brooks, Marvin C. and Badger, Richard M. (1950) Partition Systems for the Fractionation of Nitrocellulose with Respect to Molecular Weight. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 72 (4). pp. 1705-1709. ISSN 0002-7863. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20161130-151629316

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Abstract

Many studies of the molecular weight distribution of high polymers which would be of considerable interest are at present impracticable because of the limitations and tediousness of conventional fractionation procedures, The recent success of adsorption and partition methods in the separation of closely related chemical species has directed our attention to the possibility of applying such methods to the fractionation of high polymers. In this communication we describe a partition system applicable to the fractionation of nitrocellulose with respect to molecular weight. Studies on adsorption systems are in progress and will be reported separately.


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Additional Information:© 1950 American Chemical Society. Received July 25, 1949. This paper is based on work supported by the Bureau of Ordnance and done under contract with the Office of Naval Research, Contract N6-ori-102, Task Order VI.
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Official Citation:Partition Systems for the Fractionation of Nitrocellulose with Respect to Molecular Weight1,2 Marvin C. Brooks and Richard M. Badger Journal of the American Chemical Society 1950 72 (4), 1705-1709 DOI: 10.1021/ja01160a079
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