A Characterisation of the Lines Externaltoan Oval Cone in by Barwick S.G., Butler D.K.

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When the polymerization is carried out under suitable conditions, no termination occurs and the process is referred to as “living” 8 polymerization. The MMD expected for “living” polymerization, is the Poisson MMD: n I(n) = a3 (DPn − 1) /n! 12) where DPn is defined above and a3 is a suitable normalization factor. The MM averages can be computed easily using the definition. 14) where M0 is the mass of the repeat unit. The polydispersity index of the Poisson MMD is therefore given by D = 1 + M0 / Mn .

16 shows the spectrum of PEG 3400 which, under the conn+ ditions used, gives rise to [M + nNa] ions in the +1, +2, and +3 charge 37 states. 16b) by determining the total ion abundance due to each oligomer (obtained by summing the different charge state peaks of the same oligomer). This transformation is cumbersome (if possible at all) when the different charge states are unresolved, which is true for larger polymers. For this reason, ESI polymer applications have practically been limited to low-molecular-weight oligomers or dendrimers (see Chapter 4).

3 The Poisson Distribution A large class of monomers exists which can be polymerized by anionic 13 polymerization. When the polymerization is carried out under suitable conditions, no termination occurs and the process is referred to as “living” 8 polymerization. The MMD expected for “living” polymerization, is the Poisson MMD: n I(n) = a3 (DPn − 1) /n! 12) where DPn is defined above and a3 is a suitable normalization factor. The MM averages can be computed easily using the definition. 14) where M0 is the mass of the repeat unit.

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