Ultrasonic shear wave reflection method for measurements of the viscoelastic properties of

Alig, I.; Lellinger, D.; Sulimma, J.; Tadjbakhsch, S.
March 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar97, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p1536
Academic Journal
Focuses on a shear wave reflection technique which allows time- and temperature-dependent measurements of the complex dynamic shear modulus or the dynamic shear viscosity. Ultrasonic frequency range; Possibilities of the high-frequency digital technique; Film formation from aqueous polychloroprene dispersions; Crystallization kinetics in polymer films.


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