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Thermodynamic and Conformational Properties of Polystyrene. I. Light‐Scattering Studies on Dilute Solutions of Linear Polystyrenes
The results of an extensive study of some dilute solution properties of a series of linear, homogeneous (anionically prepared) polystyrenes (4.8<10−4M<440) over a wide temperature intervalExpand
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Optical rheometry of complex fluids
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Molecular brushes as super-soft elastomers
Abstract Brush copolymers synthesized by controlled radical polymerizations were crosslinked either covalently or physically, resulting in elastomers with an unusually low equilibrium shear modulus GExpand
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Thermodynamic and Conformational Properties of Polystyrene. II. Intrinsic Viscosity Studies on Dilute Solutions of Linear Polystyrenes
The results of an extensive study of the intrinsic viscosity [η] of a series of linear, homogeneous (anionically prepared) polystyrenes (1.9 ∼106. Above this molecular weight the dependence ofExpand
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Thermodynamic and conformational properties of polystyrene. III. Dilute solution studies on branched polymers
Light-scattering and viscometric measurements on dilute solutions of five branched polystyrene polymers are reported. The data include studies in decalin as a function of temperature, including theExpand
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On the use of stretched-exponential functions for both linear viscoelastic creep and stress relaxation
The use of the stretched-exponential function to represent both the relaxation function g(t)=(G(t)-G∞)/(G0-G∞) and the retardation function r(t) = (J∞+t/η-J(t))/(J∞-J0) of linear viscoelasticity forExpand
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Rheological Properties of Nematic Solutions of Rodlike Polymers
  • G. Berry
  • Materials Science
  • 1 December 1988
Abstract The rheological properties of nematic solutions of rodlike polymers are discussed. Comparisons are made with the behavior of isotropic solution of rodlike polymers as well as that of smallExpand
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Static and Dynamic Light Scattering
Static and dynamic light scattering methods for use in the characterization of dilute solutions of polymers or suspensions of dispersed particles are presented. The theoretical foundations areExpand
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