Dynamics of coarse-grained helical wormlike chains. III. First cumulant of the dynamic

Yoshizaki, Takenao; Osa, Masashi; Yamakawa, Hiromi
February 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;2/15/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 7, p2828
Academic Journal
Evaluates the dynamic structure factor as a function of the scattering vector and time in the Gaussian approximation on the basis of the coarse-grained helical wormlike chain model. Short sketch of the helical wormlike chain; Weighted eigenvalues; Numerical examination of the contributions of the eigenvalues in each branch of the spectrum.


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