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This attenuation of viscosity is reversed at a number-average degree of polymerization (DP ) of about 15 and is replaced by an increase in viscosity for progressively higher D P values. For comparison sake, the viscosities of the terminated chains (measured) and the dimer counterpart (calculated) are given in Figure 2. That data is replotted in Figure 3 as T| gAld vs. the D P of the parent chain. The subscripts refer to aggregate and dimer. This rendition of the Makowski-Lynn data shows the diminution of the r| g/r|d ratio as the parent chain D P increases.
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