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Nonlinear rheological properties of dense colloidal dispersions close to a glass transition under steady shear

Nonlinear rheological properties of dense colloidal dispersions close to a glass transition under steady shear

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FUCHS, Matthias, 2009. Nonlinear rheological properties of dense colloidal dispersions close to a glass transition under steady shear

@unpublished{Fuchs2009Nonli-9097, title={Nonlinear rheological properties of dense colloidal dispersions close to a glass transition under steady shear}, year={2009}, doi={10.1007/12_2009_30}, author={Fuchs, Matthias} }

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