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19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. Jones RAL (2002) Soft condensed matter. Oxford University Press, New York, NY Hamley IW (2000) Introduction to soft matter. Wiley, New York, NY Daoud M, Williams CE (eds) (1999) Soft matter physics. Springer, Berlin Cates ME, Evans MR (eds) (2000) Soft and fragile matter. Nonequilibrium dynamics, metastability and flow. Institute of Physics Publishing, Bristol Witten TA (2004) Structured fluids. Polymers, colloids, surfactants.

18a. The dynamics of this dense system is equivalent to the escape of the chain from its tube, the so-called reptation [11, 244]. Due to the very large number of chains, this is treated within the mean-field approach. 58 form a glass, a given particle is constrained by a small number (not exceeding 12) of neighbors which restrict and eventually arrest its macroscopic motion (on the scale of its size), forming D. Vlassopoulos and G. Fytas φ↑ (a) Entangled polymers: tube model (b) Colloidal hard spheres: cage model (c) Colloidal star polymers (d) Attractive glass Fig.

To assist access to that physical state in a mixture of polystyrene and chemically identical nanoparticles (PS microgels), its solution in a common solvent (toluene) was dripped into a non-solvent (methanol), inducing rapid precipitation. The scattering wavevector dependence of the SANS intensity, I(q), from a PS/nanoparticle with 2% dPS of similar molar mass (Mw ) revealed miscibility for R < Rg and immiscibility for R > Rg . 1. Computer simulations treating melt densities properly need to include nanoparticle mobility and account for mixing entropy and enthalpic interactions in order to predict a nanoparticle-induced polymer swelling [294].

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