By Peggy Cebe, Benjamin S. Hsiao, David J. Lohse
content material: creation to scattering from polymers / Peggy Cebe --
features of small-angle diffraction information from semicrystalline polymers and their research in elliptical coordinates / N.S. Murthy, D.T. Grubb, and ok. 0 --
research of SAXS fiber styles via projections / N. Stribeck --
learning polymer interfaces utilizing neutron mirrored image / D.G. Bucknall, S.A. Butler, and J.S. Higgins --
Neutron diffraction via crystalline polymers / Yasuhiro Takahashi --
Simulation of melting transitions in crystalline polymers / Lucio Toma and Juan A. Subirana --
Neutron spin echo spectroscopy on the NIST middle for neutron learn / N. Rosov, S. Rathgeber, and M. Monkenbusch --
Isothermal thickening and thinning techniques in low molecular weight poly(ethylene oxide) fractions crystallized from the soften : results of molecular configurational defects on crystallization, melting, and annealing / Er-Qiang Chen, Song-Wook Lee, Anqiu Zhang, Bon-Suk Moon, Ian Mann, Frank W. Harris, Stephen Z.D. Cheng, Benjamin S. Hsiao, Fengji Yeh, and Ernst D. von Meerwall --
Investigating the mechanisms of polymer crystallization through SAXS experiments / G. Hauser, J. Schmidtke, G. Strobl, and T. Thurn-Albrecht --
Simultaneous in-situ SAXS and WAXS examine of crystallization and melting habit of metallocene isotactic poly(propylene) / Patrick S. Dai, Peggy Cebe, Malcolm Capel, Rufina G. Alamo, and Leo Mandelkern --
Lamellar morphology of slender PEEK fractions crystallized from the glassy kingdom and from the soften / M. Dosière, C. Fougnies, M.H.J. Koch, and J. Roovers --
Real-time crystallization and melting examine of ethylene-based copolymers by means of SAXS, WAXD, and DSC recommendations / Weidong Liu, Henglin Yang, Benjamin S. Hsiao, Richard S. Stein, Shengsheng Liu, and Baotong Huang --
A scattering examine of nucleation phenomena in homopolymer melts / Anthony J. Ryan, Nicholas J. Terrill, and J. Patrick A. Fairclough --
Crystallization and solid-state constitution of version poly(ethylene oxide) blends / James Runt --
brief rotator section brought about nucleation in n-alkanes / E.B. Sirota and A.B. Herhold --
hugely ordered supramolecular buildings from self-assembly of ionic surfactants in oppositely charged polyelectrolyte gels / Shuiqin Zhou, Fengji Yeh, Christian Burger, and Benjamin Chu --
a few thermodynamic concerns of the reduce disorder-to-order transition of diblock copolymers / M. Pollard, O.K.C. Tsui, T.P. Russell, A.V. Ruzette, A.M. Mayes, and Y. Gallot --
research of the constitution, interplay, and viscosity of pluronic micelles in aqueous strategies through mixed neutron and light-weight scatterings / Yingchun Liu and S.-H. Chen --
Optical probe research of solutionlike and meltlike strategies of excessive molecular weight hydroxypropylcellulose / Kiril A. Streletzky and George D.J. Phillies --
SANS stories of polymers in natural solvents and supercritical fluids within the bad, theta, and solid solvent domain names / Y.B. Melnichenko, E. Kiran, ok. Heath, S. Salaniwal, H.D. Cochran, M. Stamm, W.A. Van Hook, and G.D. Wignall --
Destruction of short-range order in polycarbonate-ionomer blends / Ryan Tucker, Barbara Gabrýs, Wojciech Zajac, Ken Andersen, M.S. Kalhoro, and R.A. Weiss --
Scattering from magnetically orientated microtubule biopolymers / Wim Bras, Gregory P. Diakun, Richard C. Denny, Anthony Gleeson, Claudio Ferrero, Yehudi ok. Levine, and J. Fernando Díaz --
what's a version liquid crystalline polymer resolution? : solvent results at the circulate habit of LCP suggestions / S. Chidambaram, P.D. Butler, W.A. Hamilton, and M.D. Dadmun --
X-ray scattering measurements of molecular orientation in thermotropic liquid crystalline polymers less than stream / Wesley R. Burghardt, Victor M. Ugaz, and David okay. Cinader, Jr. --
X-ray rheology of established polymer melts / Geoffrey R. Mitchell and Elke M. Andresen --
section separation kinetics in the course of shear in compatibilized polymer blends / Alan I. Nakatani --
Ultra-small-angle X-ray scattering and transmission electron microscopy reports probing grain dimension of lamellar styrene-butadiene block copolymers / Randall T. Myers, Alexander Karbach, Anuj Bellare, and Robert E. Cohen --
Block crystallization in version triarm megastar block copolymers with crystallizable blocks : a time-resolved SAXS-WAXD research / G. Floudas, G. Reiter, O. Lambert, P. Dumas, F.-J. Yeh, and B. Chu --
Temperature- and pressure-induced microphase separation transitions of a polystyrene-block-butadiene copolymer soften / W. De Odorico, H. Ladynski, and M. Stamm --
Ordering kinetics among HEX and BCC microdomains for SI and SIS block copolymers / Hee Hyun Lee and Jin Kon Kim --
SAXS and rheological experiences at the order-disorder and order-order transitions in combos of polystyrene-b-polyisoprene-b-polystyrene and occasional molecular weight playstation / Seung-Heon Lee and Kookheon Char --
Thermoreversible order-order transition among round and cylindrical microdomain buildings of block copolymer / Kohtaro Kimishima, Tadanori Koga, Yuko Kanazawa, and Takeji Hashimoto.
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