## Relaxation in polymers |

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8. Normalized correlation function calculated according to Eq. (2) using the HN

correlation function with yS = 0.5 (O), the distribution

scattering, ...

8. Normalized correlation function calculated according to Eq. (2) using the HN

**parameter**from Table 2. The resulting fi**parameter**[Eq. (12)] is 0 = 0.45 (•). Acorrelation function with yS = 0.5 (O), the distribution

**parameter**from lightscattering, ...

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4.3 The C- and Q-

structure dependent. A few theoretically derived data for some models are given

in Table 1 . Another much stronger architecture-dependent

4.3 The C- and Q-

**parameters**As has been mentioned already the C**parameter**isstructure dependent. A few theoretically derived data for some models are given

in Table 1 . Another much stronger architecture-dependent

**parameter**can be ...Page 161

In fact, such scaling could not really be expected since A2 is a

describes the thermodynamic interaction among two macro molecules, and it is

not obvious that this thermodynamic

hydrodynamic ...

In fact, such scaling could not really be expected since A2 is a

**parameter**thatdescribes the thermodynamic interaction among two macro molecules, and it is

not obvious that this thermodynamic

**parameter**can describe also thehydrodynamic ...

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Preface | 1 |

Photoelectric response in the pTS diacetylene monomerpolymer single | 21 |

Dispersive and nondispersive transport processes in polymers | 35 |

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