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Introductory physics going soft
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Fig. 1.

A lattice gas system of particles and vacancies or a binary mixture of black and white particles.

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Fig. 2.

Interaction energies of nearest neighbor particles. In a binary mixture we can define three interaction energies.

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Fig. 3.

Three white particles and their nearest-neighbors. The ratio of black and white neighbors equals, only on the average, the ratio of black and white particles in the system.

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Fig. 4.

Free energy curves at different temperatures/interactions (top). The graphical construction of a phase diagram (bottom) based on the minima of the free energy.

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Fig. 5.

Concept map for the binary mixture model derivation.

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Fig. 6.

The varying composition at the interfacial region between the two phases.

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Fig. 7.

Concept map for the general modeling sequence of the free energy analysis.

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Fig. 8.

An individual amphiphile molecule dispersed in (a) the solvent and (b) in a spherical aggregate.

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Fig. 9.

Concept map for the modeling sequence of micellar self-assembly using a free energy analysis.

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Fig. 10.

Fraction of amphiphilic molecules in monomers or in micelles as a function of the total amphiphile concentration.

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Fig. 11.

A lattice model of a polymer chain, R is the end-to-end distance.


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Scitation: Introductory physics going soft