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The probability thai a particular chain is has an end-to-end vector H is given by: P

(R;&) = Po(£)exp[ ; V(R;Rp)/kT]/Q(Rc) (la) Q(Rc) = /*P(R;Rc)dR (lb) V(R;Rc) is a

potential

The probability thai a particular chain is has an end-to-end vector H is given by: P

(R;&) = Po(£)exp[ ; V(R;Rp)/kT]/Q(Rc) (la) Q(Rc) = /*P(R;Rc)dR (lb) V(R;Rc) is a

potential

**function**which is at a minimum when R = R< . He varies from chain to ...Page 397

The strain

defor and Erman expressed as the sum of -contributions from the phantom

network, A1"- and from the constraints, A )rmation in real networks. According to

the model ...

The strain

**function**depends on the transformations of chain dimensions withdefor and Erman expressed as the sum of -contributions from the phantom

network, A1"- and from the constraints, A )rmation in real networks. According to

the model ...

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These measures were determined from the stress as a

near) equilibrium, i.e. by applying Eq . (7). Therefore they only reproduce the

equilibrium stress-strain relation for the crosslinked rubbers. In all cases the

strain ...

These measures were determined from the stress as a

**function**of extension at (ornear) equilibrium, i.e. by applying Eq . (7). Therefore they only reproduce the

equilibrium stress-strain relation for the crosslinked rubbers. In all cases the

strain ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Synthesis of Elastomers | 1 |

Structure and Properties of Tire Rubbers Prepared | 17 |

Polymer and Chain End Structure in Anionic Diene | 37 |

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