Abstract: The structure of the material determines the performance, and the relationship between structure and performance can be known only through the accurate characterization of its composition and structure. It is helpful to study the microstructure change and mechanism of polymer and its composites in various stages of synthesis, modification, compounding, molding and processing, and to develop new functional materials. The progress of instrumental analysis has promoted the research and development of polymer materials. This Application Note summarizes the practical application of modern spectral technology in the structural characterization of polymer materials, and expounds its analytical principle, experimental means, application range and characteristics.Summary: Polymer materials have high strength and easy to be processed and molded, so they can replace traditional metals and inorganic materials and are used in many fields. Because of its high molecular weight, polydispersity, non-volatile, no fixed structure, random coil and intertwined molecular chain, it is difficult to accurately identify its structure. References: https://www.alfachemic.com/testinglab/applicationnote/application-of-modern-spectral-technology-in-structural-characterization-of-polymer.html
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