Measuring Plasticiser in PVC | Benchtop NMRThe world polymer industry continues to grow as new applications and new materials are developed.

Whether for common commodities such as polystyrene or PVC or for a more exotic wax-modified polymer system, there is the need for rapid quality control testing methods to ensure reproducible and environmentally friendly products.

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is widely used for the simple and rapid control of many polymers in countries around the globe.

Applications examples include the measurement of mineral oils in crystalline polystyrene to the quantity of polybutadiene in impact-modified polystyrene to the determination of xylene solubles in polypropylene.

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