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Morphology transitions of diblock copolymer melts confined in nanocylindrical tubes
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10.1063/1.2362818
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http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/125/16/10.1063/1.2362818
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FIG. 1.

(Color online) Representative nanostructures in symmetric diblock copolymer melts. Red: component; blue: component; white: vacancy. (a) S1-1: Stacked-disk structure with period parameter; (b) S1-2: stacked-disk structure with period parameter; (c) S1-3: stacked-disk structure with period parameter; (d) S2: partial -single disks; (e) S3: partial -double disks; (f) S4: partial -single -double helixes; (g) S5: distorted helixes; (h) S6: -single helixes; (i) S7: -double helixes; (j) S8: defective curved lamellae; (k) S9: curved lamellae; (l) S10: imperfect trihelixes.

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(Color online) Representative nanostructures in asymmetric diblock copolymer melts. Red: component; blue: component; white: vacancy. (a) A1: stacked disks; (b) A2: intermediate structures between stacked disks and a succession of partial -single disks; (c) A3: partial -single disks; (d) A4: distorted helixes; (e) A5: -single helix; (f) A6: defective cylinder formed by component; (g) A7: porous cylinder , the image on the right is rotated 90° around the tube axis compared to the center one; (h) A8: porous cylinder II, the image on the right is rotated 90° around the tube axis compared to the center one; (i) A9: .

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Effect of repulsive interaction between and beads on morphology transitions of diblock copolymer melts for , , , parameter, and parameter.

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Effect of the selectivity of the tube surface on morphology transitions of diblock copolymer melts for , , , , parameter, and parameter.

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FIG. 5.

Effect of the selectivity of the tube surface on morphology transitions of diblock copolymer melts for , , , , parameter, and parameter.

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Effect of the confinement by the cylindrical tube on morphology transitions of diblock copolymer melts for , , , , , , , and parameter.

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FIG. 7.

Effect of the confinement by the cylindrical tube on morphology transitions of diblock copolymer melts for , , , , , and parameter.

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FIG. 8.

Effect of the repulsive interaction between and beads on the morphology transition of diblock copolymer melts under conditions , , , parameter, and parameter.

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FIG. 9.

Effect of the selectivity of the tube surface on morphology transitions of diblock copolymer melts for , , , , parameter, and parameter.

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FIG. 10.

Effect of the selectivity of the tube surface on morphology transitions of diblock copolymer melts for , , , , parameter, and parameter.

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FIG. 11.

Effect of the confinement by the cylindrical tube on morphology transitions of diblock copolymer melts for , , , , , and parameter.

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Scitation: Morphology transitions of AB diblock copolymer melts confined in nanocylindrical tubes
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/125/16/10.1063/1.2362818
10.1063/1.2362818
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