1. J. D. Ferry. Physical Chemical Studies on Polyisobutylene. Ph.D. dissertation. Stanford University, 1935.


2. J. D. Ferry. Viscoelastic Properties of Polymers. 1st ed. New York: John Wiley, 1961, 2nd ed., 1970, 3rd ed., 1980.


3. J. D. Ferry. Studies of the mechanical properties of substances of high molecular weight. I. A photoelastic method for study of transverse vibrations in gels. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 12(1941):79-82.


4. Ferry’s early fibrinogen work (1942-1957) led to 41 publications. His later work (1971-1988) produced an additional 36 papers.


5. J. D. Ferry and P. R. Morrison. Preparation and properties of serum and plasma proteins. VIII. Conversion of human fibrinogen to fibrin under various conditions. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 69(1947):388-400. See also J. D. Ferry. The mechanism of polymerization of fibrinogen. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 38(1952):566-569.


6. K. Arai and J. D. Ferry. Differential dynamic shear moduli of various carbon black-filled rubbers subjected to large step shear strain. Rubber Chem. Technol. 59(1986):605-614.


7. J. L. Schrag and R. M. Johnson. Application of the Birnboim multiple lumped resonator principle to viscoelastic measurements of dilute macromolecular solutions.Rev. Sci. Instrum. 42(1971):224-232.


8. D. J. Massa and J. L. Schrag. Computerized measurement of viscoelastic properties of macromolecular solutions: frequency dependence over an extended range of solvent viscosity. J. Polym. Sci. A-2 10(1972):71-87.


9. R. M. Johnson, J. L. Schrag, and J. D. Ferry. Infinite-dilution viscoelastic properties of polystyrene in O<solvents and good solvents. Polym. J. 1(1970):742-749.


10. J. L. Schrag and J. D. Ferry. Mechanical techniques for studying viscoelastic relaxation processes in polymer solutions. Faraday Symp. Chem. Soc. 6(1972):182-193.


11. D. J. Massa, J. L. Schrag, and J. D. Ferry. Dynamic viscoelastic properties of polystyrene in high-viscosity solvents; extrapolation to infinite dilution and high-frequency behavior. Macromolecules 4(1971):210-214.


12. K. Osaki and J. L. Schrag. Viscoelastic properties of polymer solutions in high-viscosity solvents and limiting high-frequency behavior. I. Polystyrene and poly-_<methyl styrene. Polym. J. 2(1971):541-549.

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