Advances in Solid State Physics by Bernhard Kramer

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Spectra a-c are for mesh sizes of N = 639, 361, and 110, respectively. Spectra i-iii are for linear chains of P = 313, 714 and 1696, respectively. Reproduced with permission from reference [17]. Copyright 2003 American Chemical Society of the network to be swollen considerably and this can be analyzed with a Flory-Rehner approach). The reason for the large swelling is that even large linear chains are small compared to the length scales of the clusters within the networks. In other words, the linear chains cause the network to swell in the same manner as polystyrene swells in oligostyrene or styrene monomer; the swelling is not so much due to network elasticity but to differences in osmotic pressure between the linear polymer and network.

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