Zero shear viscosity vs. molecular weight of 1,4-polyisoprenes at T=25 °C for a linear and b star polymers. The symbols are experimental data from Gotro and Graessley  and Fetters et al. . The lines are the prediction of the Milner–McLeish theory [18, 19].
Figure 2 shows the zero-shear viscosities of linear and star
polyisoprene [Fetters et al.
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