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

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Therefore, we have to discuss the dynamic shear and bulk properties (G*, K* or rjf

, tj*) in terms of cross- linked systems where the influence of solvent should also

be taken into consideration. After the formation of the network the

Therefore, we have to discuss the dynamic shear and bulk properties (G*, K* or rjf

, tj*) in terms of cross- linked systems where the influence of solvent should also

be taken into consideration. After the formation of the network the

**moduli**reflect ...Page 60

Ge GN 1-tf Gc Ge Pi -((/Tc)a where Ge = Gc + GN is the equilibrium value of the

total shear

cross-links and GN represents the contribution of the local topological constraints

.

Ge GN 1-tf Gc Ge Pi -((/Tc)a where Ge = Gc + GN is the equilibrium value of the

total shear

**modulus**; Gc is the shear**modulus**associated with purely chemicalcross-links and GN represents the contribution of the local topological constraints

.

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Theoretical relationships for semidilute solutions The osmotic

obtained from static light scattering measurements at zero scattering angle [7]

according to the equation KcjRe^ = (ljRT)(dn/dc) (4) with K an optical contrast

factor ...

Theoretical relationships for semidilute solutions The osmotic

**modulus**(dn/dc) isobtained from static light scattering measurements at zero scattering angle [7]

according to the equation KcjRe^ = (ljRT)(dn/dc) (4) with K an optical contrast

factor ...

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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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