Microrheology of crystalline media
A random theory of deformation and flow of crystalline media, which is based upon statistical mechanics and the theory of probability, has been proposed in previous publications (1–3). Furthermore, for the viscoelastic relaxation of structured systems, a linear stochastic model approach, based upon this deformation theory, has been developed by introducing the Green’s impulse transfer function of system theory (4). All these dynamic models, however, only consider interaction effects in a very general form. It is the purpose of this paper to formulate interaction effects between constituents of a crystalline media in a more detailed manner and to present an analysis incorporating time-dependent surface effects.
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