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Universal scaling behaviour of surface tension of molecular chains
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10.1063/1.4731660
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FIG. 1.

Reduced vapour-liquid surface tension of LJ chains with different chain lengths as a function of the difference between the vapour and liquid coexistence densities with respect to the critical density. The reduced surface tension is calculated according to Eq. (7). Blue symbols represent the surface tension values of FFLJ chains with 4 (circles), 8 (squares), 12 (diamonds), and 16 (triangles) monomers, and the red symbols are the surface tension values of RLLJ chains with 3 (circles), 4 (squares), and 5 (diamonds) segments.

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FIG. 2.

Reduced vapour-liquid surface tension of FFSW chains of different chain lengths as a function of the difference between the vapour and liquid coexistence densities with respect to the critical density. The reduced surface tension is calculated according to Eq. (7). Green symbols represent the surface tension values of chains with 4 (circles), 8 (squares), 12 (diamonds), and 16 (triangles) monomers.

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FIG. 3.

Reduced vapour-liquid surface tension of FFLJ, RLLJ, and FFSW chains with different chain lengths as a function of the difference between the vapour and liquid coexistence densities with respect to the critical density. The reduced surface tension is calculated according to Eq. (7). Blue symbols represent the surface tension values of FFLJ chains with 4 (circles), 8 (squares), 12 (diamonds), and 16 (triangles) monomers, red symbols are the surface tension values of linear tangent (rigid) Lennard-Jones chains with 3 (circles), 4 (squares), and 5 (diamonds) segments, and the green symbols correspond to the surface tension values of FFSW chains with 4 (circles), 8 (squares), 12 (diamonds), and 16 (triangles) monomers.

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Scitation: Universal scaling behaviour of surface tension of molecular chains
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/137/2/10.1063/1.4731660
10.1063/1.4731660
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