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A Direct Experimental Determination of the Elastic Contribution of Chain Entangling in a Tightly Crosslinked Elastomer

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  • The Experimental Result
  • That The Equilibrium Force Is Nearly Equal To The Pseudoequilibrium Force Immediately Prior To Quenc
  • Allows The Following Conclusions: (1) Chain Scission During Crosslinking Is Not A Serious Problem
  • (2) The Network Of Highly Entangled Linear Chains Is Effectively At Elastic Equilibrium Immediately
  • This Would Not Be The Case If The Entangled Structure Remained Untrapped
  • (3) The Effect Of Chain Entangling In Tightly Crosslinked Elastomers Is Large
  • Also At Elastic Equilibrium
  • In Fact
  • It Is Almost Quantitatively Equal To The Pseudo-Equilibrium Stress Relaxation Modulus Of The Uncross
  • This Result Is In Agreement With The Results From The Langley And The Two-Network Methods

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A Direct Experimental Determination of the Elastic Contribution of Chain Entangling in a Tightly Crosslinked Elastomer - DTU Orbit (18/04/14) A Direct Experimental Determination of the Elastic Contribution of Chain Entangling in a Tightly Crosslinked Elastomer - DTU Orbit (18/04/14) Pedersen, Walther Batsberg and O. Kramer. "A Direct Experimental Determination of the Elastic Contribution of Chain Entangling in a Tightly Crosslinked Elastomer". Rubber Chemistry and Technology. 1982, 55(1). 62-65. Available: 10.5254/1.3535875

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