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Time to Engineer Macromolecular Reactions Intelligently
A new paradigm for inverse polymerization engineering is presented by leading experts in the field.
Field-Theoretic Simulations: An Efficient Way of Simulating High-Molecular-Weight Polymers
Researcher from Canada and the United Kingdom demonstrate a fast and precise way of examining block copolymer melts using Monte Carlo simulations.
Best of Macromolecular Journals 2017 Edition
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How to Calibrate your Random Walk
A self-avoiding random walk simulator for branched polymers allows to compare experimental data with simulation results.
The importance of kinetic modeling for understanding and designing RAFT polymerizations
Researchers from Belgium and Germany have investigated the impact of RAFT agent and reaction conditions on the RAFT polymerization rate and microstructural control.
On the randomness and blockiness of copolymers
Canadian researchers demonstrate the importance of randomness for the phase behavior of block copolymers.