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Expanding the Boundaries of Light Scattering Detection

Light scattering detection (LS) is a widely used technique to obtain the “absolute” or true molecular weight of macromolecules such as synthetic polymers, biopolymers, proteins, and antibodies. When coupled with size exclusion chromatography (SEC), molecular weight and size, as well as aggregation or branching can be investigated to provide analytical scientists with a powerful characterization tool for these large molecules.

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