# Lattice theory of polymer solutions with endgroup effects

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In Monte Carlo simulations of chemical short-range ordering on a square lattice, the number of single-atom domains was found to depend on the presence of antiphase boundaries and on the mechanism by which ordering occurred. When antiphase boundaries were present and the ordering occurred by a...

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In studies of adsorption from solutions, the potential of mean force between solute particles is a key quantity from which we may derive the thermodynamics of adsorption via the osmotic partition function. We consider the case of a polar solute in a polar solvent. The long-range part of the...