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Birefringence and Viscoelasticity of Graft Copolymer
Journal of the Society of Materials Science Japan
wider than the Rouse segment size for linear polystyrene. Dynamic birefringence and dynamic viscoelastic measurements around glass transition zone showed that the complex Young's modulus and the strain optical coefficient of the copolymer was very similar to those of linear polystyrene. The complex Young's modulus was separated into the rubbery and the glassy component moduli with the aid of the modified stress optical rule. The stress optical coefficients for the glassy and the rubberydoi:10.2472/jsms.53.1263 fatcat:4g4hhxndlrew3bntcy4majqwoi