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Polymer-mode-coupling theory of the slow dynamics of entangled macromolecular fluids

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SCHWEIZER, Kenneth S., Matthias FUCHS, G. SZAMEL, Marina GUENZA, Hai TANG, 1997. Polymer-mode-coupling theory of the slow dynamics of entangled macromolecular fluids. In: Macromolecular Theory and Simulations. 6, pp. 1037-1117

@article{Schweizer1997Polym-5223, title={Polymer-mode-coupling theory of the slow dynamics of entangled macromolecular fluids}, year={1997}, doi={10.1002/mats.1997.040060604}, volume={6}, journal={Macromolecular Theory and Simulations}, pages={1037--1117}, author={Schweizer, Kenneth S. and Fuchs, Matthias and Szamel, G. and Guenza, Marina and Tang, Hai} }

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