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to free from an entanglement

Synonyms for disentangle

release from entanglement of difficulty

free from involvement or entanglement

separate the tangles of

smoothen and neaten with or as with a comb

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The peak shear stress depends on how easily the disentanglement and reptation occur.
For the other tests in this study, polymer chains undergo large disentanglement under the applied test conditions.
What is more, the quantum entanglement out of the electrostatic and magnetostatic states is constantly preceded and followed by quantum disentanglement imputed to internal measurement derived from the hydrolysis of ATP molecules.
Likewise, quantum disentanglement is concrete and specific enough to identify the basis set of the quantum states constituting the material body processing internal measurement.
For UL-10 sample, the interspaces between UPE macromole cules became smaller in the presence of LDPE, which made the entanglements and disentanglements of UPE macromolecules in UL-10 not as easy as those in UPE-5.
As expected, after an initial melting period, both the untreated R-PET and the virgin PET show a continuous decrease in the torque values, presumably as a result of chain disentanglements and orientation in the flow direction.
Furthermore, Brochard and de Gennes (8) proposed another molecular theory, in which disentanglements between bulk polymer chains and the polymer chains adhered on the wall (cohesive failure) are the origin of surface instabilities (SMF and SSF).
This phenomenon is produced when the failure process development is slow enough, and therefore, molecular disentanglements predominate and control the craze formation in this region.
where [II.sub.D] is the second invariant of the rate of deformation tensor, D = 1/2 [[([nabla][nu]) + [([nabla][nu]).sup.T], [k.sub.1] is the kinetic rate constant for thermal regeneration of the entanglements, and [k.sub.2] is the kinetic rate constant for flow induced disentanglements. The Liu equation satisfactorily predicts the stresses in polymeric liquids in many types of deformation [12].