The Significance of Percolation on the Dynamics of Polymer Chains Bound to Carbon Black

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Nakatani, A.I., Ivkov, R., Papanek, P. et al. The Significance of Percolation on the Dynamics of Polymer Chains Bound to Carbon Black. MRS Online Proceedings Library 661, KK4.2 (2000). https://doi.org/10.1557/PROC-661-KK4.2

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