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The probability that a particular chain is has an end-to-end vector R_ is given by:

= Po(R)exp[-V(R;Rc )/kT]/Q(Rr ) (la) Q(Rc ) = /P(R;Hc)dg (lb) V(R;Rc) is a

potential

chain, ...

The probability that a particular chain is has an end-to-end vector R_ is given by:

= Po(R)exp[-V(R;Rc )/kT]/Q(Rr ) (la) Q(Rc ) = /P(R;Hc)dg (lb) V(R;Rc) is a

potential

**function**which is at a minimum when R = R< . He varies from chain tochain, ...

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In terms of material having a two phase structure, the correlation

represents the probability that a rod of given length r, will have both its ends in

the same phase. For r = 0, y(0) " 1, and for r = <*,, TM 0. Therefore, such a

In terms of material having a two phase structure, the correlation

**function**y(r)represents the probability that a rod of given length r, will have both its ends in

the same phase. For r = 0, y(0) " 1, and for r = <*,, TM 0. Therefore, such a

**function**...Page 397

The strain

deformation in real networks. According to the model proposed by Flory and

Erman the elements of the molecular deformation tensor A c,an be expressed as

the sum ...

The strain

**function**depends on the transformations of chain dimensions withdeformation in real networks. According to the model proposed by Flory and

Erman the elements of the molecular deformation tensor A c,an be expressed as

the sum ...

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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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