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eBook Helical Wormlike Chains in Polymer Solutions ePub

by Hiromi Yamakawa

  • ISBN: 3540629602
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Hiromi Yamakawa
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (October 16, 1997)
  • Pages: 420
  • ePub book: 1531 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1574 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 119

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A new and general model, called the "helical wormlike chain", for both flexible and semi-flexible polymer chains is. .

A new and general model, called the "helical wormlike chain", for both flexible and semi-flexible polymer chains is presented. al, hydrodynamic, and dynamic theories of their solution properties are developed on the basis of this model. There are also given analysis of recent.

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This book presents the "helical wormlike chain" model – a general model for both flexible and semiflexible polymer chains. It explains how al, hydrodynamic, and dynamic theories of their solution properties can be developed on the basis of this model. It includes a new chapter covering "Simulation and More on Excluded-Volume Effects", as well as the discussion of new experimental data and the application of the theory to ring polymers.

Furthermore, it is also an introduction to the author's new book, Helical Wormlike Chains in Polymer Solutions, published by Springer-Verlag in 1997, althoughsome parts of it are now too old and classical and have only the significance of historical survey.

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from book Helical Wormlike Chains in Polymer Solutions (p. -19). In this chapter a brief description is given of several fundamental models for polymer chains, both discrete and continuous, the latter being obtained as a continuous limit of the former under certain conditions. Models for Polymer Chains. Chapter · February 2016 with 1 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. The unperturbed chains without excluded volume are considered throughout the chapter but all basic equations are valid for both unperturbed and perturbed chains unless otherwise noted.

Transport Properties of Polymer Chains in Dilute Solution: Hydrodynamic Interaction. Abstract Recent advances in the statistical–mechanical theory of wormlike chains are summarized. Several problems related to hydrodynamic interaction in flexible chain polymers without excluded volume are investigated. First, a correction to the Oseen hydrodynamic interaction tensor for a syste. More). The basic physical assumptions in the Kratky–Porod model and some other modifications for stiff chai. al, hydrodynamic, and dynamic theories of their solution properties are developed on the basis of this model

A new and general model, called the "helical wormlike chain", for both flexible and semi-flexible polymer chains is presented.

amp; Hiromi Ichikawa. Polymer Journal (2014).

Yamakawa, Helical Wormlike Chains in Polymer Solutions, Springer-Verlag, Berlin & Heidelberg, 1997. 30. H. Yamakawa and W. Stockmayer, J. Chem. Chain Dimensions and Stiffness of Cellulosic and Amylosic Chains in an Ionic Liquid: Cellulose, Amylose, and an Amylose Carbamate in BmimCl. amp; Hiromi Ichikawa.

Tethered polymer chains refers to macromolecular chains that are attached into . crowding by favoring the convex side of the contour, thus breaking the axial. Excitons in two coupled conjugated polymer chains. Formation of Plasmoid Chains in Magnetic Reconnection. There are two basic characteristics common to all wormlike chains: the existence of a finite persistence length, which prevents the polymer from folding as a sharp hairpin loop at scales smaller than the persistence length, and an excluded volume interaction between the monomers, which prevents polymer chains from collaps

A new and general model, called the "helical wormlike chain", for both flexible and semi-flexible polymer chains is presented. Statistical-mechanical, hydrodynamic, and dynamic theories of their solution properties are developed on the basis of this model. There are also given analysis of recent experimental data by the use of these theories for flexible polymers over a wide range of molecular weight, including the oligomer region, and for semi-flexible polymers, including biological macromolecules such as DNA. The book includes a reasonable number of theoretical equations, tables, figures, and computer-aided forms, enough to provide understanding of the basic theory and to facilitate its application to experimental data for the polymer molecular characterization.