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A. Thomas and L. H. Sperling 22 ιο'ο h \ * *'·· ' Ε S io ιό 9 8 ΙΟ -50 7 Ο 50 100 150 T(°C) (α ) Fig. 9 P E A / P M M A I P N s both at 110 Hz. (From Huelck et al. . Reprinted with permission from Macromolecules. ) the modulus changes with temperature in Fig. 10b indicate greater molecular mixing. N o I P N has been found that behaves in a manner similar to the equivalent random copolymer, that is, one sharp glass transition. Electron microscopy of these same materials (Fig. 4) confirms the mechanical data, and shows more explicitly the phase domain sizes.