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Comparing different coarse-grained potentials for star polymers
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10.1063/1.4796143
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Comparison of the CG potentials of models MHG, M1, and M2: (top) f = 5; (bottom) f = 30. For f = 30 we fix τ = 1 in model M2 (see Sec. III C ).

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FIG. 2.

Relative deviations ΔZ HNC = Z HNC /Z RY − 1 and ΔZ MHNC = Z MHNC /Z RY − 1 for f = 30 and model MHG. The virial route (HNC,v and MHNC,v) and the compressibility route (HNC,c and MHNC,c) have been used.

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FIG. 3.

Relative deviation ΔZ = Z/Z HG − 1 for model M1 ( f = 10, 18, 30) (top) and model M2 ( f = 2, 5, 18, 30) (bottom) as a function of the polymer volume fraction Φ. Z HG is the compressibility factor obtained by using potential (2) .

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FIG. 4.

Structure factor as a function of qR g for Φ = 1: (a) f = 2 (models M2, MHG); (b) f = 5 (models M2, MHG); (c) f = 18 (models M1, M2, MHG); (d) f = 30 (models M1, M2, MHG); for f = 18, 30 the results for model M2 are obtained by setting τ = 1.

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FIG. 5.

Log-log plot of the density-dependent corona diameter σ(Φ)/R g for f = 18 and f = 30. The solid line corresponds to a behavior Φ−3/4.

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FIG. 6.

Compressibility factor Z as a function of Φ (left) and structure factors as a function of qR g for Φ = 1 (right). Data for model M1 with the density-dependent corona diameter reported in Fig. 5 and for model MHG. (Top) f = 18; (bottom) f = 30.

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FIG. 7.

Structure factor maximum S max = max S(q) as a function of Φ for f = 30, 35, 40. We use the MHG model and the RY closure.

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FIG. 8.

Effective hard-sphere packing fraction η HS determined by using the MHNC closure as a function of Φ. The horizontal line corresponds to the boundary of the fluid-solid coexistence η HS = 0.49.

Tables

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Table I.

In the second, third, and fourth columns we report virial coefficient ratios computed by using potential (HG). In the last three columns we report literature values obtained from full-monomer (FM) simulations. For a review of older estimates of A 2, see Ref. 33 .

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Table II.

Estimates of σ/R g , A 2, and A 3 for models M1 and M2.

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Scitation: Comparing different coarse-grained potentials for star polymers
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/138/12/10.1063/1.4796143
10.1063/1.4796143
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