You can correlate the absolute flow and deformation characteristics of a material with processing or application behavior using rheological measurements. Yet the mechanical properties are directly related to microscopic or molecular structure. Combining rheometry with optical or spectroscopic techniques gives you a much better understanding of the material.
Find out more by reviewing a compendium of ten application notes for polymers, pharmaceuticals, food, coatings and adhesives. It covers:
- How to correlate mechanical properties with structural and morphological changes
- Pre-screening to find optimal API/polymer combinations
- Ways to monitor reaction kinetics
- Examinationtion of crystallization behavior in polymers, API/polymer formulations or fat that can occur during product processing or storage
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