McLeish, Tom (2008) 'A tangled tale of topological fluids.', Physics today., 61 (8). pp. 40-45.
Whether a large polymer is linear, simply branched like a star, or multiply branched dramatically affects how it moves through a densely entangled polymer soup.
|Keywords:||Reptation and tube theories, Material behavior, Polymer melts.|
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