The highest position in a hierarchy defines a macroparameter
, a major typological property, lower positions define successively more local properties.
A change in the segmental mobility of macromolecules in such a layer is surely bound to affect the macroparameters
of various properties, including the diffusion coefficient of nanocomposites.
At the empirical level, aggregation issues are typically discounted, and the model is estimated as if the microproperties carry over to the macroparameters