The dielectric relaxations of poly(dimethylphenyl methacrylate)s were studied over a wide frequency and temperature range by two methods. The ct relaxation, associated with the glass transition temperature, was studied by classical dielectric measurements. Thermal peak cleaning was used to deconvolute the global thermally stimulated current spectra over the range of low temperatures, corresponding to the fl relaxation. The ~ relaxation involves long-range, generalized and highly cooperative motions of the main chain. They are influenced by the steric hindrance and dipole~lipole interactions relative to the position of the CH 3 group of the aryl ring in the polymer repeat unit. As a first approximation it was assumed that the fl process was related only to local motions of the side group, but the activation parameters are too high to be consistent with this assumption. Therefore it was concluded that intermolecular factors and local motions of the main chain could also be involved
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Dielectric relaxation properties of poly(dimethylphenyl methacrylate)s / Rieardo Diaz Calleja and Ligia Gargallo and Deodato Radic // Polymer. – 1994. – Vol 35. – P. 151-156.