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14. W. D. Lansing and E. 0. Kramer, "Molecular Weight Analysis of Mixtures by Sedimentation Equilibrium in the Svedberg Ultracentrifuge," J. Am. Chem. Soc . , 57. 1369 (1935). 15. A . M . Kotliar, "A Critical Evaluation of Mathematical Molecular Weight Distribution Models Proposed for Real Polymer Distributions. I. Effects of a Low Molecular Weight Cut-Off Value," J. Polymer Sci. , A2, 4303 (1964). 16. A . M . Kotliar, "A Critical Evaluation of Mathematical Molecular Weight Distribution Models Proposed for References 45 Real Polymer Distributions.

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Mac^omoi. Chem. , 393 (1966). 38. H. Determann, "Chromatographic Separations on Porous Gels," Angcw. , Int. , 3, 608 (1964). 39. K. A. Boni and F. A. Sliemers, International SympQSlum 2£ Polymer Characterizatinn New York, 1969. 40. Interscience , J. F. Johnson and R. S. Porter, Analytical Ge]_ Permeation Chromatography, Symposium, Chicago, 1967, Wiley, New York, 1968. 41. ACS Meeting, Houston, February, 1970. Chapter 2 Addition Polymerization with Termination Contents 53 1. Introduction 2. Invariant Monomer Concentration.

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