Weight average molar masses of UHVN alginates determined by means of SEC-MALS-dRI as well as characteristic rheological parameters η
0, n, b, relaxation times λ
0 and λ
0 − e as well as capillary breakup times (t
br) determined by means of shear rheology or CaBER experiments
The results of the steady-state shear experiments listed in
Table 2 (data fitted according to the modified Carreau model)
show that the behavior of these alginate solutions is almost
indistinguishable at the constant c[η].
This behavior is also reflected in the relaxation times λ
0 − e of these samples determined according to
Eq. 2 (see Table 2).
This conclusion is also supported by the calculated characteristic
relaxation times in uniaxial elongation, λ 0 − e ,
determined according to Eq. 2 and listed in Table 2. .
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