Complete Numerical Tables to Phillies' Phenomenology of Polymer Solution Dynamics
George Phillies' "Phenomenology of Polymer Solution Dynamics" (Cambridge University Press, 2011) gave a radical reinterpretation of experiment.
From centrifugation and electrophoresis, through solvent and monomer dynamics, dielectric relaxation, neutron scattering, self- and tracer diffusion, probe diffusion, dynamic light scattering, and viscosity, and finally to linear and non-linear viscoelasticity, "Phenomenology of Polymer Solution Dynamics" systematically reconstructed our understanding of polymer motion in non-dilute solution.
Central to the analysis in the Phenomenology were the fits of literature measurements to a consistent set of fitting functions. Figures show the curves generated by the fits, but… until now the fitting parameters themselves were not generally available.
Here, for the first time, Complete Tables to Phillies' Phenomenology of Polymer Solution Dynamics presents those numerical parameters.
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