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Hydrogel microrheology near the liquid-solid transition

@inproceedings{Larsen2008HydrogelMN,
  title={Hydrogel microrheology near the liquid-solid transition},
  author={Travis Hope Larsen and K Schultz and Eric M. Furst},
  year={2008}
}
  • Travis Hope Larsen, K Schultz, Eric M. Furst
  • Published 2008
  • Materials Science
  • Multiple particle tracking microrheology is used to characterize the viscoelastic properties of biomaterial and synthetic polymer gels near the liquid-solid transition. Probe particles are dispersed in the gel precursors, and their dynamics are measured as a function of the extent of reaction during gel formation. We interpret the dynamics using the generalized Stokes-Einstein relationship (GSER), using a form of the GSER that emphasizes the relationship between the probe particle mean-squared… CONTINUE READING

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