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Effect of Structural Features on the Statistical Correlation of Dipole Moments on the End-to-End Distance of Polymer Chains

  • Vassilios Galiatsatos (a1)

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A recently developed computational methodology allows the quantitative study of the correlation between the end-to-end distance of a polymer chain and its dipole moment. This paper focuses on the further analysis of this correlation and aims in identifying the structural characteristics of the polymer chain that are responsible for the observed behavior of the correlation. We study chains in the independent rotation approximation with symmetric rotational potentials. We focus on two different orientations of the bond dipole moment vector : 010 and 001 (the bond length vector's orientation is [100]).

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Effect of Structural Features on the Statistical Correlation of Dipole Moments on the End-to-End Distance of Polymer Chains

  • Vassilios Galiatsatos (a1)

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