Aggregation of Non-Bonding Molecules in a Rapidly Growing Gel
Physics and Astronomy
The aggregation of non-bonding molecules in a rapidly growing gel is studied under three different conditions by means of Molecular Dynamics simulations. The aggregation takes place even under the unfavorable condition when the non-bonding molecules constitute only a small fraction of the total. The results also show that the morphology of the growing domains is different depending on the concentration of the non-bonding molecules.
European Physical Journal B
(2000). Aggregation of Non-Bonding Molecules in a Rapidly Growing Gel. European Physical Journal B, 15(1), 127-132.
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