Polymer Viscoelasticity

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In this book, the studies of the Rouse, Doi–Edwards, and extended reptation theories are developed in a consistent manner from a basic level and discussed in detail. Viscoelastic properties of nearly monodisperse linear flexible polymers in both the…

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    Om Polymer Viscoelasticity

    In this book, the studies of the Rouse, Doi–Edwards, and extended reptation theories are developed in a consistent manner from a basic level and discussed in detail. Viscoelastic properties of nearly monodisperse linear flexible polymers in both the entanglement and entanglement-free regions are analyzed quantitatively in terms of the molecular theories.Contents: Conformation of Polymer ChainsRubber ElasticityPolymer Chain DynamicsLinear ViscoelasticityStress and StrainMolecular Theory of Polymer Viscoelasticity — Elastic Dumbbell ModelMolecular Theory of Polymer Viscoelasticity — The Rouse ModelMolecular Theory of Polymer Viscoelasticity — Entanglement and the Doi–Edwards (Reptation) ModelMolecular Theory of Polymer Viscoelasticity — Processes in the Linear Relaxation ModulusComparison of Theory and Experiment in Linear Viscoelasticity and DiffusionConcentration Dependence of Entanglement, Onset of Entanglement, and Tube DilationMolecular Theory of Polymer Viscoelasticity — Processes in the Nonlinear Relaxation ModulusNumber of Entanglement Strands per Cubed Entanglement DistanceReadership: Graduate students, academics and industrial researchers in polymer science and physical chemistry.

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    Format
    E-Bok
    Filformat
    PDF
    Utgivelsesår
    2003
    Forlag
    World Scientific Publishing Co
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9789812795144
    Sider
    264

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