Electrophoretic Deposition of Chain Macromolecules: Conformation and Density Profiles, Roughening, and Deroughening
Physics and Astronomy
Electrophoretic deposition of polymer chains is studied by computer simulations. Effects of molecular weight (L-c), field (E), and temperature (T) on the growth of the interface width, roughness, and density profiles are examined on a discrete lattice with kink-jump segmental dynamics of chains. Effect of faster segmental dynamics will be pointed out.
Pandey, R. B.
(2002). Electrophoretic Deposition of Chain Macromolecules: Conformation and Density Profiles, Roughening, and Deroughening. Structural Chemistry, 13(2), 161-163.
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