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The refractive index increment, dn/dc, is an important material specific parameter of a polymer solution and is required for:

  • GPC/SEC-LALLS (Low angle laser light scattering)
  • GPC/SEC-RALLS (Right angle laser light scattering)
  • GPC/SEC-MALLS (Multi angle laser light scattering)
  • Triple detection (Right angle laser light scattering plus viscometry)
  • Triple plus detection (Multi angle laser light scattering plus viscometry)
  • batch static light scattering

The dn/dc can be measured on-line during a GPC/SEC-LS measurement or (more precisily) off-line with a PSS dn/dc detector. 

Measurements are easy and fast. dn/dc determination at a single wavelength can be done within 10 minutes.  

Part numbers:

DnDc2010 with 620 nm light source 402-0008
DnDc2010 with 535 nm light source 402-0009
DnDc2010 with 470 nm light source 402-0010
Dn/dc dual detector system (620/535 nm) 402-0019
Dn/dc dual detector system (620/470 nm) 402-0020
Dn/dc dual detector system (535/470 nm) 402-0021


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