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Surface tension of dilute polymer solutions. II. The second virial coefficient
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18.The surface tension increment has rather sensitive dependence on the unperturbed radius of gyration. A crude approximation of the radius of gyration is extracted from Monte Carlo data of C. J. C. Edwards, D. Rigby, R. F. T. Stepto, K. Dodgson, and J. A. Semlyen, Polymer 24, 391 (1983). RG theory (Ref. 3) relates the good solvent radius of gyration to the theta solvent radius of gyration as for and or for where
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