## Relaxation in polymers |

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R(Q)/Q2 as a function of Q2 for a quench of copolymer solution S71 from 374.6 K

to 368.8 K. Solid line is a fit of theoretical equation to the data a fixed

Eq. (9) predicts that In I(Q,t) should be linear in t. Figure 8 confirms this prediction

...

R(Q)/Q2 as a function of Q2 for a quench of copolymer solution S71 from 374.6 K

to 368.8 K. Solid line is a fit of theoretical equation to the data a fixed

**value**of Q,Eq. (9) predicts that In I(Q,t) should be linear in t. Figure 8 confirms this prediction

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Therefore, the limit

is impossible to measure lesser

mechanism of volume relaxation may only be observed in the case, when ...

Therefore, the limit

**value**of the relaxed free volume cannot be less than 0.01 . Itis impossible to measure lesser

**values**by the existing methods. So, the diffusionmechanism of volume relaxation may only be observed in the case, when ...

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Some information concerning relaxation mechanisms of the transitions in PDES

can be gained by comparing theoretical and experimental

moment of line shape M2 and its changes at these transitions. Although no ...

Some information concerning relaxation mechanisms of the transitions in PDES

can be gained by comparing theoretical and experimental

**values**of the secondmoment of line shape M2 and its changes at these transitions. Although no ...

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### Contents

Preface | 1 |

Photoelectric response in the pTS diacetylene monomerpolymer single | 21 |

Dispersive and nondispersive transport processes in polymers | 35 |

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