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Section II (see Fig. 12). Simulation results of L–t plots for non-HDD systems are also available. For a simple liquid [152,153], the movement of the liquid front demonstrates a (log t)1/2 dependence, which is inconsistent with experimental observations. Bekink et al. [151] examined the spreading of simple liquids on solid surfaces, and reported a (log t)1/2 dependence. When the nearest-neighbor distance is reduced, t1/2 dependence can be obtained. The spreading of polymeric liquids has also been studied by many investigators [10,81,154–156], and t1/2 dependence has been reported as well.

10, which show that molecules with polar endgroups demonstrate a first layer that is one molecule thick (the thickness of the first layer is on the order of the PFPE diameter of gyration in the bulk state), with subsequent layers approximately twice the thickness of the first layer. 30(b). Also, Z with nonpolar endgroups spreads more rapidly than does Zdol with its polar endgroups and layered profile. 31. Simulated spreading profiles for (a) PFPE Z and (b) Zdol (K0 =kB T ¼ 4, W0 =kB T ¼ 10, d !

22 myung s. 18. Relaxation times (normalized to Z8) for monodisperse PFPEs at 20 C. relaxation times (tp ) can be obtained from the Rouse theory [99] shown as follows G0 ¼ G0 X ðotp Þ2 2 1 þ ðotp Þ ; and G00 ¼ G0 X otp 1 þ ðotp Þ2 ð1:11Þ with G0  rRT=M, where r is the specific gravity, M is molecular weight, and o is the angular frequency. In the terminal zone of the frequency scale, the properties are dominated by the terminal relaxation time t1  tp ð p ¼ 1Þ: t1 ¼ 6m0 M=p2 rRT, where t1 is weakly dependent on chain length and strongly dependent on endgroup functionality.

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