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Abstract : Relaxational modes of short range chain fluctuations in concentrated polymer solutions are investigated by studying the proton magnetic relaxation rates. The relaxation rate in the rotating frame and the spin-lattice relaxation rate observed in polyisobutylene chains are found to be independent of the molecular weight in the range 5 x 104 to 106. They are governed by a mechanism which is ascribed to high frequency chain fluctuations controlled by the solvent concentration through the static free volume introduced into the Williams-Landel-Ferry equation. Free volume parameters are evaluated.

Keywords : macromolecular dynamics nuclear spin lattice relaxation polymers proton magnetic resonance frequency dependence short range chain fluctuations concentration polymer solutions nuclear magnetic relaxation rates proton magnetic relaxation polyisobutylene chains spin lattice relaxation





Author: J.P. Cohen-Addad J.P. Messa

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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