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on an interface and their measurement . The

interfacial field can change either because mobile charge has shifted its position

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**equation**has important implications for understanding the effect of chargeson an interface and their measurement . The

**equation**demonstrates that theinterfacial field can change either because mobile charge has shifted its position

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The relaxation function has been given in the form ( DeBast and Gilard , 1963 ;

Rekhson and Ginzburg , 1976 ) Gy ( t ) = 26 exp [ - ( t / t3 ) b ] , ( 10 ) where the

exponent b is near Ž .

The relaxation function has been given in the form ( DeBast and Gilard , 1963 ;

Rekhson and Ginzburg , 1976 ) Gy ( t ) = 26 exp [ - ( t / t3 ) b ] , ( 10 ) where the

exponent b is near Ž .

**Equation**( 10 ) is equivalent to a distribution of relaxation ...Page 313

... Compliance function in biaxial constitutive

modulus Viscoelastic shear relaxation modulus [ Eq . ( 5 ) ] Viscoelastic

dilatational relaxation modulus [ Eq . ( 35 ) ] Bulk ( or dilatational ) relaxation

compliance ...

... Compliance function in biaxial constitutive

**equation**[ Eq . ( 164 ) ] Elastic shearmodulus Viscoelastic shear relaxation modulus [ Eq . ( 5 ) ] Viscoelastic

dilatational relaxation modulus [ Eq . ( 35 ) ] Bulk ( or dilatational ) relaxation

compliance ...

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