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Flory Huggins theory for linear polymer chains

  1. Jun 24, 2009 #1
    Hello everyone. I was wondering if anyone could recommend a source for Flory-Huggins theory on linear polymer chains. You see, I've been conducting an undergraduate research project concerning the topic. Every paper I look at, they simply quote an equation, and says that it follows from FH theory for linear polymer chains. The book by Flory wasn't much assistance, and neither was my googling.

    The article in particular is:
    Competition between self-assembly and surface adsorption, by Jacek Dudowicz. Published in the Journal of Chemical Physics 130, 084903 (2009).

    The equations in particular are 17-21.

    I apologize for not writing the equations down, but they are cumbersome and I don't have the time now. For those that don't have access to J. Chem. Phys., I will copy the equations down later.
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