Lactide and Glycolide Polymers,
|mol wt||Mw 10,000-18,000|
|degradation timeframe||<6 months|
|viscosity||0.16-0.24 dL/g, 0.1 % (w/v) in chloroform(25 °C, Ubbelohde)(size 0c glass capillary viscometer)|
|transition temp||Tg 38-42 °C|
5 g in glass bottle
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