Glass transitions and shear thickening suspension rheology

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HOLMES, Colin B., Michael E. CATES, Matthias FUCHS, Peter SOLLICH, 2005. Glass transitions and shear thickening suspension rheology. In: Journal of Rheology. 49(1), pp. 237-269. Available under: doi: 10.1122/1.1814114

@article{Holmes2005Glass-8850, title={Glass transitions and shear thickening suspension rheology}, year={2005}, doi={10.1122/1.1814114}, number={1}, volume={49}, journal={Journal of Rheology}, pages={237--269}, author={Holmes, Colin B. and Cates, Michael E. and Fuchs, Matthias and Sollich, Peter} }

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