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" The first requirement arises from the fact that the molecules in a rubber or elastomeric material must be able to alter their arrangements and extensions in space dramatically in response to an imposed stress, and only a long-chain molecule has the required... "
Rubberlike Elasticity: A Molecular Primer - Page 22
by James E. Mark, Burak Erman - 2007
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Physical Properties of Polymers

James Mark, Kia Ngai, William Graessley, Leo Mandelkern, Edward Samulski, George Wignall, Jack Koenig - Science - 2004 - 519 pages
...network structure [1-5]. The first requirement arises from the fact that the molecules in a rubber or elastomeric material must be able to alter their arrangements...different extensions. This versatility is illustrated in Fig. 1.1 [3], which depicts a two-dimensional projection of a random spatial arrangement of a relatively...
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