Equivalence of certain types of rheological equations of state for polymer media
Part 1. General analysis
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The conditions are established under which rheological relaxation equations and rheological integral equations will be equivalent.
KeywordsPolymer Statistical Physic Integral Equation Polymer Medium Relaxation Equation
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