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Eyring's reaction rate theory of the viscosity of simple and of non‐Newtonian liquids has been outlined. Mooney's data on the rheology of a sample of raw rubber have been shown to be in agreement with Eyring's theory. The data have been discussed from the viewpoint of the theory, and some...
The absorption spectrum of stretched rubber has been studied in the region between 2μ and 8μ. In the case of unilateral stretch transmission measurements indicate that the absorption bands near 3.3μ and 7μ become broader with increasing stretch while the general background absorption becomes...
In a recent publication Thelen described experiments in which the standard penetrometer was used to determine the flow‐shear diagrams for a number of asphalts. On the basis of these diagrams Thelen calculated viscosities which are of different magnitude from those expected from Saal's formula....
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