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In the case of the modulus curves, the G(t) curve is similar to the G'(co) curve and lies slightly below it. It is noticed on comparing Fig. 20 with Fig. 5 that the experimental creep compliance curves are much more extended on the logarithmic time plot ; hence the assumption made originally concerning the rate of approach to equilibrium is incorrect. The mechanical models in Figs. 18 and 19 and the operator equations, equations (2) and (2a), thus represent only to a first approximation the mechanical response of a cross-linked amorphous polymer.
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10 10 = 1/Jg 10 2 dynes/cm. T r i = JQTXIJX = 8 . 3 X 1 0 ~ s e c . 6 2 G2 -= 1 / Λ = 2 . 5 Χ 1 0 d y n e s / c m . 4 = JiT2v/(vJ2 + τ 2 ) = 1 . 7 2 Χ 1 0 s e c . Vdyne 3 = = 7 6 Ji Τ2 V weight polyisobutyl- model. 30 X 10 4 dynes/cm. 43 X 10 sec. relaxation o f t h e parameters I I , w h i c h t h e T 2 = r 2) t h e t w o shorter T h e values f o r t h e parameters + V JÏ/(VJ2 t i m e s also gives t h e approximate model of F i g . 2 4 6 i n o f t h e o f t h e t w o t e r m s o f models expres- those o f 24a.