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Volume 40, Number 26, December 1999

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NMR measurements of self diffusion in polymer gel electrolytes
pp. 7177-7185(9)
Authors: Williamson, M.J.; Hubbard, H.V.S.A.; Ward, I.M.

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Influence of a metal-polymer interfacial interaction on dielectric relaxation properties of polyurethane
pp. 7187-7195(9)
Authors: Korzhenko, A.; Tabellout, M.; Emery, J.R.

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Temperature gradient interaction chromatography of low molecular weight polystyrene
pp. 7227-7231(5)
Authors: Lee, W.; Lee, H.C.; Park, T.; Chang, T.; Chang, J.Y.

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Anion exchange membranes prepared by amination of cross-linked membranes having chloromethyl groups with 4-vinylpyridine and trimethylamine
pp. 7243-7249(7)
Authors: Jevtic, M.M.; Mrak, I.; Stanimirovic, Z.; Sata, T.; Nojima, S.; Matsusaki, K.

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The breaking strength of imperfect (real) polymer fibers
pp. 7251-7260(10)
Authors: Martins, E.M.; Ferreira, E.C.; Smith, K.J.; Wang, J.

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The breaking strength of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fibers
pp. 7261-7274(14)
Authors: Igic, P.M.; Mawby, P.A.; Wang, J.; Smith, K.J.

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FTIR study of thermal cyclization processes in the synthesis of polyetherimidazopyrrolones
pp. 7303-7312(10)
Authors: Sek, D.; Kaczmarczyk, B.; Schab-Balcerzak, E.

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Moisture diffusion in polyester-woodflour composites
pp. 7313-7320(8)
Authors: Marcovich, N.E.; Reboredo, M.M.; Aranguren, M.I.

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Mechanism and kinetic modelling of PEEK pyrolysis by TG/MS
pp. 7321-7329(9)
Authors: Perng, L.H.; Tsai, C.J.; Ling, Y.C.

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Compositional heterogeneity in partially hydrolysed poly(vinyl alcohol) by reversed phase liquid chromatography
pp. 7331-7339(9)
Authors: Dawkins, J.V.; Nicholson, T.A.; Handley, A.J.; Meehan, E.; Nevin, A.; Shaw, P.L.

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Surface structure of Kevlar(R) fiber studied by atomic force microscopy and inverse gas chromatography
pp. 7341-7350(10)
Authors: Rebouillat, S.; Peng, J.C.M.; Donnet, J.

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PCSP: a computer program to predict and analyze the packing in crystalline polymers
pp. 7351-7358(8)
Authors: Leon, S.; Navas, J.J.; Aleman, C.

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Effects of crystallinity and stress state on the yield strain of polyethylene
pp. 7367-7372(6)
Authors: Brooks, N.W.J.; Duckett, R.A.; Ward, I.M.

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Solid state structure and melting behavior of interdiffused polyethylenes in microlayers
pp. 7373-7385(13)
Authors: Schuman, T.; Nazarenko, S.; Stepanov, E.V.; Magonov, S.N.; Hiltner, A.; Baer, E.

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Surface pattern in thin poly(styrene-maleic anhydride) films
pp. 7387-7396(10)
Authors: Wang, M.; Zhu, X.; Wang, S.; Zhang, L.

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Processing and microstructural characterization of porous biocompatible protein polymer thin films
pp. 7397-7407(11)
Authors: Buchko, C.J.; Chen, L.C.; Shen, Y.; Martin, D.C.

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Course of conducting poly(1,6-heptadiyne) formation through ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy
pp. 7427-7431(5)
Authors: Sivakumar, C.; Gopalan, A.; Vasudevan, T.

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