# Integral equation theory of solutions of rigid polyelectrolytes

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Integral equation theory based on a recently developed multidensity formalism [Mol. Phys. 78, 1247 (1993)] is proposed to study highly asymmetric electrolyte (polyelectrolyte) solutions. The system studied consists of large and highly charged polyions and small counterions having one or two...

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The solvation of infinitely dilute aqueous Cl[sup -], Br[sup -], I[sup -], Cs[sup +], K[sup +], M[sup +], and the corresponding salts is analyzed by integral equation calculations along three near critical water isotherms according to the recently proposed molecular-based formalism which...

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The structural and thermodynamic properties of a model solution containing flexible charged oligomers and an equivalent number of counterions were studied by means of the canonical Monte Carlo simulation and integral equation theory. The oligomers were represented as freely jointed chains of...

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A theory for the frequency dependence of ionic conductivity of an electrolyte solution is presented. In this theory contributions to the conductivity from both the ion atmosphere relaxation and the electrophoretic effects are included in a self-consistent fashion. Mode coupling theory, combined...

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The hardware necessary for the electro-optic study of conducting polyelectrolyte solutions is frequently not commercially available or financially practical. The designs of an electrical rectangular pulse switch and polarity-reversing relay switch capable of producing 3 kV 5 A direct current...