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Equation 2 is derived from the equation of state for rubber elasticity 7 • 8 (3) where G = vkT ( i>0 /

This information, together with a reasonable molecular model, provides a basis for a statistical mechanical exegesis of all thermomechanical behavior. De~ending upon the temperature of the sample relative to the glass transition temperature of the elastomer, depending upon the state of cure of the sample, and depending upon the rate of deformation, the bulk sample will more or less dissipate energy while storing it. It is possible however to cure samples "tight" enough and to carry out deformation in a region of temperature, at least 80°C above the glass transition temperature of the elastomer and at extremely slow rates of deformation, so that the sample is maintained continuously in thermostatic equilibrium.

Eirich, p. 3, Academic Press, New York City. , Thermodynamics, Wiley, New York City. , Theory of Elasticity, McGraw-Hill, New York City. , Proc. National Academy of Sciences (1932-34). S. 6) Shen, M. , J. Appl. Phys. 39, 4937 (1968). 11, 5222 (1956). 45 THERMOELASTICITY OF CROSSLINKED RUBBER NETWORKS T. Y. Chen M. Shen and Department of Chemical Engineering University of California Berkeley, California 94720 and E. H. Cirlin and H. M. Gebhard Science Center, North American Rockwell Thousand Oaks, California 91360 SUMMARY In recent publications we have demonstrated that by using a new equation, which is based on the temperature coefficient of shear modulus, the relative energy contribution (fu/f) to rubber elasticity can be shown to be independent of the applied strain.

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