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Lyubimov, Ivan, M. D. Ediger, and Juan J. de Pablo. "Model Vapor-Deposited Glasses: Growth Front and Composition Effects." Journal of Chemical Physics.139 (2013).
Lyubimov, Ivan, et al. "Orientational anisotropy in simulated vapor-deposited molecular glasses." Journal of Chemical Physics. 143 (2015).
Lutz, T. R., et al. "Rapid poly(ethylene oxide) segmental dynamics in blends with poly(methyl methacrylate)." Macromolecules. 36 (2003): 1724-1730.
Lutz, T. R., et al. "Rapid poly(ethylene oxide) segmental dynamics in blends with poly(methyl methacrylate)." Abstr. Pap. Am. Chem. Soc.. 225 (2003): U630.
Lutz, T. R., Y. Y. He, and M. D. Ediger. "Segmental dynamics of dilute polystyrene chains in miscible blends and solutions." Macromolecules. 38 (2005): 9826-9835.
Lutz, T. R., et al. "Dilute polymer blends: Are the segmental dynamics of isolated polyisoprene chains slaved to the dynamics of the host polymer?" Macromolecules. 37 (2004): 6440-6448.
Lippow, S. M., X. H. Qiu, and M. D. Ediger. "Effect of tacticity on the segmental dynamics of polypropylene melts investigated by C-13 nuclear magnetic resonance." J. Chem. Phys.. 115 (2001): 4961-4965.
Lin, Po-Han, et al. "Molecular modeling of vapor-deposited polymer glasses." Journal of Chemical Physics. 140.20 (2014).
Lee, H. N., et al. "Direct Measurement of Molecular Mobility in Actively Deformed Polymer Glasses." Science. 323 (2009): 231-234.
Lee, H. N., and M. D. Ediger. "Mechanical Rejuvenation in Poly (methyl methacrylate) Glasses? Molecular Mobility after Deformation." Macromolecules. 43 (2010).
Lee, H. N., et al. "Dye reorientation as a probe of stress-induced mobility in polymer glasses." J. Chem. Phys.. 128 (2008): 134902.
Lee, H. N., and M. D. Ediger. "Interaction between physical aging, deformation, and segmental mobility in poly (methyl methacrylate) glasses." J. Chem. Phys.. 133 (2010).
Lee, H. N., et al. "Deformation-Induced Mobility in Polymer Glasses during Multistep Creep Experiments and Simulations." Macromolecules. 42 (2009): 4328-4336.
Lee, H. N., et al. "Molecular Mobility of Poly (methyl methacrylate) Glass During Uniaxial Tensile Creep Deformation." J Polym Sci Part B: Polym Phys. 47 (2009): 1713-1727.
Laventure, A., et al. "Influence of Hydrogen Bonding on the Kinetic Stability of Vapor-Deposited Glasses of Triazine Derivatives." Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 121.10 (2017).