Polymer-Mode-Coupling Theory of Finite-Size-Fluctuation Effects in Entangled Solutions, Melts, and Gels. 2. Comparison with Experiment

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The predictions of polymer mode coupling theory for the finite size corrections to the transport coefficients of entangled polymeric systems are tested in comparison with various experimental data. It is found that quantitative descriptions of the viscosities, n, dielectric relaxation time, t, and diffusion coefficients, D, of polymer melts can be achieved with two microscopic structural fit parameters whose values are in the range expected from independent theoretical or experimental information.The variation of tracer dielectric relaxation times from Rouse to reptationlike behavior upon changes of the matrix molecular weight is analyzed. Self-diffusion and tracer diffusion constants of entangled polymer solutions can be explained as well, if one further parameter of the theory is adjusted. Extensions of the theory to polymer tracer diffusion through poly(vinyl methyl ether) and polyacrylamide gels provide an explanation of the observation of anomalously high molecular weight scaling exponents in a range where the size of the tracer, Rg, already considerably exceeds the gel pore size.

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ISO 690FUCHS, Matthias, Kenneth S. SCHWEIZER, 1997. Polymer-Mode-Coupling Theory of Finite-Size-Fluctuation Effects in Entangled Solutions, Melts, and Gels. 2. Comparison with Experiment. In: Macromolecules. 1997, 30, pp. 5156-5171. Available under: doi: 10.1021/ma9702354
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@article{Fuchs1997Polym-5117,
  year={1997},
  doi={10.1021/ma9702354},
  title={Polymer-Mode-Coupling Theory of Finite-Size-Fluctuation Effects in Entangled Solutions, Melts, and Gels. 2. Comparison with Experiment},
  volume={30},
  journal={Macromolecules},
  pages={5156--5171},
  author={Fuchs, Matthias and Schweizer, Kenneth S.}
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