EMA6165.EVA - g >? 6. How does the relaxation time of a...

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EVALUATION FORM for EMA 6165,- SPRING 2001 POLYMER PHYSICS Professor A. B. Brennan 3 Credits Office:  317D MAE MWF – Period 5 Tel: 392-6281 Room: CSE E118 ANSWER EACH QUESTION TO THE BEST OF YOUR ABILITY!       You Have 10 Minutes     1. Define the Flory-Huggins Equation: 2. Define a Gaussian Chain: 3. Give the scattering vector for a light scattering experiment: 4. Define <r g >: 5. What methods would one use to measure <r
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Unformatted text preview: g >? 6. How does the relaxation time of a polymer chain scale with molecular weight? 7. What is the SOC? Why is it important? 8. What is the chain expansion factor? 9. Define hydrodynamic volume: TAKE HOME EXAM QUESTION!!! Turn in on Wednesday at lecture. BRIEFLY STATE WHAT YOU WANT FROM THIS COURSE. IF POSSIBLE PUT IT IN THE FORM OF OBJECTIVES OR GOALS....
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