By Stuart A. Rice
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In terms of the ‘‘rigidity percolation’’ , the transformation of the amorphous network with ﬂoppy modes toward the rigid network occurs . The analysis of structural data has revealed that the number of small rings in the network increases during transformation; this change in the ring statistics leads to the decrease in the number and size of interstitial voids in the network. Apart from a change in the intermediate-range order, the ﬁrst transformation also involves a change in the coordination of some part of silicon atoms in the ﬁvefold and sixfold coordination states.
This mechanism is not present in network scale models in which polymer chains appear as threads without structure. 2. A signiﬁcant parameter for model behavior is the reduced density rÃ ðEq:ð8ÞÞ of the mers. For rÃ > 1, the model exhibits a glass transition at sufﬁciently low temperature; this transition is absent for the classic afﬁne network model composed of noninteracting Gaussian chains. 3. Stress–strain experiments in an elastomer with controlled variation of rÃ by application of high ambient pressures have been performed by Quested et al.
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Advances in Chemical Physics (Volume 143) by Stuart A. Rice