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

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n = 0 45 I (y„-y)2 'n = 0 < 0.06, where y„ are the experimental values, y is the

mean value of y„, and /„ is the fit

rc) where xc < xa. The degree of anisotropy of local motion (xa) is mainly

determined ...

n = 0 45 I (y„-y)2 'n = 0 < 0.06, where y„ are the experimental values, y is the

mean value of y„, and /„ is the fit

**function**mobile segments at the end of a chain (rc) where xc < xa. The degree of anisotropy of local motion (xa) is mainly

determined ...

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The complex nature of autocorrelation

corresponding spectra of relaxation times are obtained using a suitable Laplace

transformation technique. Several components are identified in the spectra and

their ...

The complex nature of autocorrelation

**functions**is established and thecorresponding spectra of relaxation times are obtained using a suitable Laplace

transformation technique. Several components are identified in the spectra and

their ...

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of highly polydisperse samples, multi-tau autocorrelation

measured, the correlator being operated with three different sampling times tau

simultaneously. Data analysis: single-tau autocorrelation

analyzed using ...

of highly polydisperse samples, multi-tau autocorrelation

**functions**weremeasured, the correlator being operated with three different sampling times tau

simultaneously. Data analysis: single-tau autocorrelation

**functions**wereanalyzed using ...

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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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