A first order transition of a lattice polymer under stretching force

Okamoto, Hiroshi; Ohde, Yoshihito
June 1986
Journal of Chemical Physics;6/15/1986, Vol. 84 Issue 12, p7048
Academic Journal
Discusses the abrupt collapse transition of a linear flexible polymer with van der Waals intramolecular attraction. Information on the transition of a lattice polymer under stretching force; Details of computer experiments on flexible polymers in poor solvents; Definition of solvent condition.


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