Since we have already discussed Marten-sitic Transformations and Twinning, we would like to briefly discuss the Superplasticity or Pseudoplasticity
According to Chow and Ishak  the pseudoplasticity
of nanocomposites can be as closely related to organoclay dispersion as the melt viscosity can be to polymer/clay interaction.
Furthermore, rheological data also contains the slope in log-log representation of viscosity vs shear rate and is the measure of paint pseudoplasticity
The decrease in hardness at high temperatures (>1400[degrees]C) can probably be associated with the increased proportion of transformable tetragonal phase and associated pseudoplasticity
On the other hand, mango pulp remarkably influences the pseudoplasticity
of these mixtures.
04-40 [micro]m, and which as a dispersion in a plasticizer exhibits dilatancy; at least one finely divided PVC homopolymer, prepared by emulsion polymerization, having particle sizes of from 1-400 [micro]m, and which as a dispersion in a plasticizer exhibits pseudoplasticity
; at least one plasticizer; at least one effect pigment and at least one additive, wherein the additive is comprised of an organic solvent, and the weight ratio is chosen so that the PVC plastisol exhibits pseudoplasticity
The zero shear-rate viscosity and pseudoplasticity
index decrease could be correlated with the plasticizer content by using an exponential function.
of the investigated systems is evaluated by means of the flowing index, which is shown in Fig.
Another term for shear thinning is pseudoplasticity
These benefits come in addition to other typical properties of xanthan gum, such as stability, when exposed to the high salt levels and range of temperatures likely to be encountered at the seaside, compatibility with a wide range of ingredients, excellent suspension stability and pseudoplasticity
This effective increase in polymer molecular weight, as a result, will cause the viscosity and pseudoplasticity
of the ink to increase.
Results indicate that, in addition to viscosity, the pseudoplasticity
and elasticity of emulsions play a significant role in stabilizing citrus drink emulsions.