## Progress in Colloid & Polymer Science, Volume 78 |

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The quantities veg, Teg, and wg were

the theory of branching processes [2, 3]. The value aG°N — 1.4 Af Pa is taken

from [2]. The Mooney-Rivlin parameters Ci and C2 are

The quantities veg, Teg, and wg were

**calculated**for PUR model-networks usingthe theory of branching processes [2, 3]. The value aG°N — 1.4 Af Pa is taken

from [2]. The Mooney-Rivlin parameters Ci and C2 are

**calculated**by linear ...Page 7

The change in the length of a planar sample in respect to its lenth when fully

swollen, at various scaled time of swelling. The solid curve is

. (11) 1 2 Scaled 3 4 time(t/Ts) Fig. 3. The change in the radius of a spherical

sample ...

The change in the length of a planar sample in respect to its lenth when fully

swollen, at various scaled time of swelling. The solid curve is

**calculated**using Eq. (11) 1 2 Scaled 3 4 time(t/Ts) Fig. 3. The change in the radius of a spherical

sample ...

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2a at the point, where fm = 10-3 Hz. Thus we

line of Table 1). Looking at the dislocation concept, it follows from Eqs. (8), (12), (

18), (19) that criterion f) is not equivalent to criterion c). Therefore it is predicted ...

2a at the point, where fm = 10-3 Hz. Thus we

**calculated**dTjdp = 21 K/kbar (thirdline of Table 1). Looking at the dislocation concept, it follows from Eqs. (8), (12), (

18), (19) that criterion f) is not equivalent to criterion c). Therefore it is predicted ...

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### Contents

Preface | 1 |

Dielectric and thermal relaxations in amorphous and semicrystalline polyethylene terephthalate | 9 |

Relaxation properties of butadienestyrene copolymers | 17 |

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