effect of molecular weight on secondary newtonian

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Effect of molecular weight on secondary Newtonian

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Effect of molecular weight on secondary Newtonian

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Effect of molecular weight on secondary Newtonian

Secondary Newtonian viscosities η ∞ were identified between 2 10 6 − 7 10 6 1/s • η ∞ is related with weight average molecular weight M w as η ∞ = 1 1870 10 − 6 M w 1 0844 • Novel viscosity models were developed to describe measured flow data

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Notes about this lecture

Notes about this lecture: – For high molecular weight polymers modulus drops to a secondary plateau region i e rubbery plateau • 3 Rubbery plateau – Results from the formation of entanglements in high molecular weight polymers – Modulus is inversely proportional to the molecular weight between entanglements M e – For semi-crystalline materials the modulus is higher • 4

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20 08 2015Hyaluronan's molecular weight in normal physiological conditions ranges from 1 10 5 to 1 10 7 whereas the low-molecular weight hyaluronan has relevance to inflammation and cancer The very high-molecular weight hyaluronan from naked mole rat (molecular weight 6 10 6 –1 2 10 7) has an anti-malignant activity

Full article: Rheological and molecular weight

HAs exhibit unique viscoelastic properties with highly non-Newtonian characteristics that allow the synovial fluid to provide the fluid dynamic properties of lubrication as well as resistance to compression and shear forces Healthy synovial fluid is primarily composed of HA of high molecular weight but during the development of OA the concentration of HA drops and the average polymer length

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