## Soft order in physical systems |

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provides information related to the time development of concentration

concentration gradients, and the breadth describes the distribution of

glass,19 20 alloy systems and small molecule fluids21-24. Scattering

measurements which report the position and intensity of the maximum in the

scattering curve ...

provides information related to the time development of concentration

**correlation****length**, while the intensity provides information related to the time development ofconcentration gradients, and the breadth describes the distribution of

**correlation****lengths**. Phase separation processes have been investigated in metals12-18,glass,19 20 alloy systems and small molecule fluids21-24. Scattering

measurements which report the position and intensity of the maximum in the

scattering curve ...

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The

spectrum attains its maximum. The "phase-phase"

from a processed image. Since in a processed image one phase is painted black

and the other white, the value obtained for the

to the concentration

Instead, this parameter yields a "typical" domain size. For each image the

following ...

The

**correlation length**is obtained from the wave number at which the powerspectrum attains its maximum. The "phase-phase"

**correlation length**is obtainedfrom a processed image. Since in a processed image one phase is painted black

and the other white, the value obtained for the

**correlation length**is not equivalentto the concentration

**correlation length**obtained in light scattering experiments.Instead, this parameter yields a "typical" domain size. For each image the

following ...

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This is used to obtain a scattering profile from which we can find the

transform we have "scattering profile". This profile is obtained by plotting the

value of (FT)2 along a vertical line through the center of the (FT)2 image. The "

phase-phase"

period, followed by a plateau, and another rapid growth period. It is to be

expected that the ...

This is used to obtain a scattering profile from which we can find the

**correlation****length**. In Fig.9. we have an image and its Fourier transform, and with the Fouriertransform we have "scattering profile". This profile is obtained by plotting the

value of (FT)2 along a vertical line through the center of the (FT)2 image. The "

phase-phase"

**correlation length**, see Fig. 10., also exhibits an initial growthperiod, followed by a plateau, and another rapid growth period. It is to be

expected that the ...

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An Historical Perspective Une Perspective Historique | 1 |

An Introduction | 33 |

The Adhesion Between Elastomers | 57 |

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