polymer viscosity

Hello,
What is relationship between Intrinsic Viscosity and Relative Viscosity ?
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Relative Viscosity RV, also called viscosity ratio is: " v/v0 " with v = viscosity of polymer solution of defiined concentration c v0 = viscosity of solvent at same temperature Relative Viscosity has no dimension.
Intrinsic Viscosity IV, also called limiting viscosity number at concentration zero, is:
" lim (c->0) [ln(v/v0)/c] " or " lim (c->0) [ln RV/c] "
in ml/g or 100ml/g
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