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By Kurt Binder

Written through major specialists from worldwide, Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics Simulations in Polymer technological know-how comprehensively experiences the most recent simulation strategies for macromolecular fabrics. Focusing specifically on a number of new strategies, the ebook deals authoritative introductions to suggestions of impartial polymers and polyelectrolytes; dynamics of polymer melts, rubbers and gels, and glassy fabrics; thermodynamics of polymer blending and mesophase formation, and polymers restrained at interfaces and grafted to partitions. all through, members provide sensible recommendation on find out how to conquer the original demanding situations posed via the massive measurement and sluggish rest of polymer coils. scholars and researchers in polymer chemistry, polymer physics, chemical engineering, and fabrics and computational technological know-how will all enjoy the cogent, step by step introductions contained during this very important new e-book.

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