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References Style for Articles and Books
(we also provide an EndNote export filter ► and a website for LaTeX users that allows to convert to our references style ►)
 Anderson PD, Dooley J, Meijer HEH: Viscoelastic effects in multilayer polymer extrusion, Appl. Rheol. 16 (2006) 198-205.
 Kroger M: Models for polymeric and anisotropic liquids, Springer, Berlin (2005)
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