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19; alternatively, these moduli may be obtained by means of the relations given in Table I from the storage and loss compliances. These moduli are found to be ( ? ' ( ω ) = Ge + (6a) 1 + G"(«) = QTTr ^ - r (6b) t In Fig. 2 0 are plotted curves of J'(ω) — J and «/"(ω) against In ( 1 / ω τ ) and also a curve of J(t) — J against In (t/τ). In Fig. 2 1 are plotted similarly curves of G'(œ) — G , ( ? " ( ω ) , and G(t) — G . From these figures is g g e e Jlt)-Jg, ' - L O i ^ ^ / / y? \—"""Γ. -4 // // / / 1 / ι -2 ι ι 0 2 r 1 4 \r\(t/r), Ιη(1/ωτϊ F I G .
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