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Volume 68,
Issue 4,
July 2024

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The Journal of Rheology is a vital resource for researchers working in fields as diverse as polymer physics and fluid mechanics. It presents experimental results, phenomenological models, and microscopic theories dealing with the rheological behavior of complex materials, including macromolecular, colloidal and particulate solids, and fluids. Application areas include foods, paints, plastics, lubricants, ceramics, coatings, glaciers, and biological fluids.

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Jiatong Xu, Pengguang Wang et al.
In this work, the nonlinear rheological behavior of aqueous suspensions composed of two typical nanocellulose [rod-like cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) and filamentous cellulose nanofibrils (CNFs)] was ...
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M. Mahmoudian, F. Goharpey et al.
The flow of dense suspension of non-Brownian particles has been considered by various studies affected by their significance in a variety of industries and natural phenomena. In this study, we ...
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Shu-Ming Cui, Saud Hashmi et al.
Nonlinear rheology of Pickering emulsions is used to further investigate the nonlinear and unrecoverable transformation of inner structures, which is beyond the linear viscoelastic regime of tiny ...

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