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Neutron spin echo spectroscopy, viscoelasticity, rheology
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|Statement||with contributions by B. Ewen ... [et al.].|
|Series||Advances in polymer science,, 134|
|LC Classifications||QD281.P6 F6 no. 134|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||248 p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||97215789|
Power law rheology is of widespread occurrence in complex materials that are characterized by the presence of a very broad range of microstructural length and time scales. Although phenomenological. Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy Viscoelasticity: Rheology, B. Ewen, Jan 1, , Science, pages.. Engineering with Rubber How to Design Rubber Components, Alan N. Gent, Jan 1, , Science, pages. This book provides the beginning engineer with the principles of rubber science and Spectroscopy of Partially Ordered.
Using neutron spin echo (NSE) spectroscopy and a labeling scheme unique to neutron scattering the motion of a labeled branch point of a three-arm polyethylene star has been observed on a molecular level. The measured dynamic structure factor shows a clear transition to a plateau, signifying the stronger confinement of the star center in comparison to a corresponding center labeled linear chain. Spin-Echo Small-Angle Neutron Scattering (SESANS) is a small-angle scattering technique for analyzing properties of condensed matter. Elastic neutron scattering measurements using Larmor precession of polarized neutrons, in: Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy Viscoelasticity Rheology, F. Mezei, C. Pappas and T. Gutberlet, eds, Lecture Notes in.
Horst Henning Winter, Marian Mours, Rheology of Polymers Near Liquid-Solid Transitions, Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy Viscoelasticity Rheology, . Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy Viscoelasticity Rheology(1st Edition) by B. Ewen, M. Mours, D. Richter, T. Shiga, H.H. Winter, Dieter Richter, Tohru Shiga Hardcover, Pages, Published by Springer ISBN , ISBN:
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ebook access is temporary and does not rheology book. Featuring short reports on the physics and chemistry of polymers, this volume covers neutron spin echo spectroscopy, viscoelasticity and rheology. Contributions are from a number of experts in the field.
Neutron spin echo investigations on the segmental dynamics of polymers in melts, networks an disolutions / B. Ewen, D. Richter --Deformation and viscoelastic behavior of polymer gels / T.
Shiga --Rheology of polymers near liquid-solid transitions / H.H. Winter, M. Mours. Abstract. Neutron spin echo (NSE) spectroscopy, an advanced high-resolution quasi-elastic neutron scattering technique, provides the unique opportunity to investigate long-range relaxation processes of macromolecules simultaneously in space and time on nano-scales.
Winter H.H., Mours M. () Rheology of Polymers Near Liquid-Solid Transitions. In: Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy Viscoelasticity Rheology.
Advances in Polymer Science, vol 7. Conclusions. Over the last thirty years neutron spin echo spectroscopy has evolved from an ingenious concept to a powerful workhorse. Its many unique characteristics, including its wide dynamic range and ultra-high resolution, the ability to measure the intermediate scattering law directly, the simplicity of the resolution corrections, and the added advantage of polarization analysis of the.
Neutron spin echo spectroscopy is an inelastic neutron scattering technique invented by Ferenc Mezei in the s, and developed in collaboration with John Hayter.
In recognition of his work and in other areas, Mezei was awarded the first Walter Haelg Prize in Shiga T. () Deformation and Viscoelastic Behavior of Polymer Gels in Electric Fields.
In: Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy Viscoelasticity Rheology. Advances in Polymer Science, vol Spin Echo Spectroscopy (NSE) uses the velocity change of the neutrons to infer the energy transfer – to achieve a higher resolution than with conventional time-of-flight-methods, the neutron spin directions are used as a kind of individual stop tional neutron spectroscopic methods (3-axis, TOF, back-scattering) define the incident energy Ei and final neutron energy Ef separately.
Neutron spin echo spectroscopy viscoelasticity, rheology. Advances in polymer science, Vol., Springer, Berlin Heidelberg (), pp./_1 Google Scholar.
Ewen, D. Richter, Diffusional Processes in Polymer Networks as Studied by Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy, Molecular Basis of Polymer Networks, /.
Get this from a library. Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy Viscoelasticity Rheology. [Akihiro Abe; Hans-Joachim Cantow; Paolo Corradini; Karel Dušsek; Samuel Frederick Edwards; Hiroshi Fujita; Gottfried Glöckner; Hartwig Höcker; Hans-Heinrich Hörhold; Hans-Henning Kausch-Blecken von Schmeling; Joseph Patrick II Kennedy; Jack L Koenig; Anthony Ledwith; J E McGrath; Lucien.
This work exploits the spatial and time resolution of neutron spin echo to directly probe the time-dependent tube dilation in model blends based on polyisoprene with different topologies. By combining NSE with rheology and dielectric spectroscopy, the characteristic time that governs tube dilation is identified as the terminal time of the additive.
Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy Viscoelasticity RheologyAuthor: Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: DOI: /Table. The model presented in this paper describes simultaneously three different experimental techniques applied to different monodisperse polymer melts: neutron spin−echo (NSE), linear rheology, and diffusion.
First, it shows that the standard tube model cannot be applied to NSE because the statistics of a one-dimensional (1D) chain in a three-dimensional (3D) random-walk tube become.
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“ Linear viscoelasticity in the melt of impact PMMA. A mode analysis by neutron spin echo spectroscopy. Provided the sample will not change the neutron velocity (elastic scattering), a symmetric decoding zone compensates for the precession angle accumulated and, leads to the restoration of polarization by spin re-phasing, the so called “spin-echo”.
If the sample changes the neutron velocity (inelastic scattering), the re-phasing will become. Horst Henning Winter, Marian Mours, Rheology of Polymers Near Liquid-Solid Transitions, Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy Viscoelasticity Rheology, /, (), ().
Crossref Vol Issue. Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy. Because NSE is an emerging biophysical technique, we give a brief introduction of how it works. NSE is a quasielastic neutron scattering technique that measures the difference in velocities between the incident and the scattered neutrons (32,33).NSE employs the Larmor precession of neutron spins in a magnetic guide field as a clock to measure extremely small.
Dielectric RheoSANS is a new measurement technique that combines in situ electrical, mechanical, and scattering capabilities to probe the structure and dynamics of soft materials at equilibrium and under flow. This review summarizes the technique and presents data from model systems including conductive polymers, colloidal suspensions, and viscoelastic surfactant solutions.
We show that the viscoelastic moduli of complex fluids can be obtained instantaneously from the FBG optical backreflection signal, without need of any current flow in the wire or magnetic field that could affect the sample chemistry.
As opposed to conventional rheology instruments, neutron spin echo spectroscopy viscoelasticity rheology.