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

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FUCHS, 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. 30, pp. 5156-5171

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

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