Special Issue "Size Separation Techniques"
A special issue of Separations (ISSN 2297-8739).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2017)
Dr. Albena Lederer
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V., Department Analysis, Dresden, Germany
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Interests: Multifunctional macromolecular materials; biorelated polymers; macromolecular conformation; self-assembly in macromolecular and hybrid systems; scattering methods; separation techniques
Size matters, and this holds particularly true in the world of macromolecules. Their size influences materials properties significantly, and, additionally, synthetic and natural polymers exist in broad size distributions. Their separation and reliable characterization is one of the most important issues in polymer analysis. The development of novel functional macromolecules requires advanced multifaceted analysis. Appropriate separation according to size requires new and sophisticated combination of separation approaches and detection. In this Special Issue, recent results on new separation approaches for advanced polymer systems, the development of novel detection techniques and theoretical considerations of size separation processes will be collected.
Dr. Albena Lederer
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- Molar mass
- Molecular properties
- Molar mass distribution
- Size Exclusion
- Hydrodynamic volume