- Complex liquids
- Fluids, Complex
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- found: Work cat.: 98-19940: Larson, R.G. The structure and rheology of complex fluids, c1998: CIP prelude (complex fluid: a substance that flows at modest stress (flow = smooth deformation on a humanly accessible time scale), distinguished from crystalline solids and simple liquids in that it usually possesses a molecular or structural scale much larger than atomic; includes polymeric liquids and melts, suspensions of colloidal particles, micellar solutions, liquid foams)
- found: Encyc. phys. sci. tech.: v. 9, p. 121 (complex liquids: liquids consisting of molecules whose anisotropic shape, specific interactions, and intramolecular conformations determine their properties to a significant degree)
- found: LC database, Apr. 8, 1998 (complex fluids)
- found: Sci. cit. index (complex fluids)
- notfound: Comprehensive dict. phys. chem.;Hackh chem. dict.;Hawley chem. dict.;Kirk-Othmer encyc. chem.;McGraw-Hill dict. sci. tech.
- 1998-04-09: new
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