Rehbinder effect

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The Rehbinder effect in physics is the reduction in the hardness and ductility of a material by a surface-active molecular film.[1]


  1. ^ Andrade, E. N. D. C.; Randall, R. F. Y.; Makin, M. J. (1950). "The Rehbinder Effect". Proceedings of the Physical Society, Section B. 63 (12): 990. Bibcode:1950PPSB...63..990A. doi:10.1088/0370-1301/63/12/304.

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