Local chain mobility and chain diffusion in solid and molten polymers

【Author】

Robert Graf;Dirk R. Lippitts;Sanjay Rastogi;Hans Wolfgang Spiess;

【Abstract】

<正>The properties of polymers strongly depend on molecular motions on different length- and timescales. One of the key examples of relating local mobility in a amorphous polymers to the mechanical properties concerns the phenylene motion in poly(carbonate). Recent advances in this area will be described [1]. They show that the

【Keywords】

Local chain mobility and chain diffusion in solid and molten polymers;

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  • [1] Graf, R.; Ewen, B.; Spiess, H.W, J. Chem. Phys, The Journal of Chemical Physics (The Journal of Chemical Physics)
  • [2] Yao, Y.; ;Graf, R.;; Spiess, H.W.;; Lippits, D. R.; ;Rastogi, S, Phys. Rev. E, Physical Review E Statistical Nonlinear and Soft Matter Physics (Physical Review E Statistical Nonlinear and Soft Matter Physics)
  • [3] Yao, Y.; ;Graf, R.; ;Spiess, H.W.;; Rastogi, S, Macromolecules, Macromolecules (Macromolecules)
  • [4] Rastogi, S.; ;Lippits, D. R.; ;Peters, G.W.M.; ;Graf, R.; ;Yao, Y.;; Spiess, H.W, Nature Mat,

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