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Discovery Projects - Grant ID: DP160103562

Title
Discovery Projects - Grant ID: DP160103562
Funding
ARC | Discovery Projects
Contract (GA) number
DP160103562
Start Date
2016/01/01
End Date
2020/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP160103562

 

  • Universality of crossover scaling for the adsorption transition of lattice polymers

    Bradly, C. J.; Owczarek, A. L.; Prellberg, T. (2017)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Projects - Grant ID: DP160103562 (DP160103562)
    Recently, it has been proposed that the adsorption transition for a single polymer in dilute solution, modeled by lattice walks in three dimensions, is not universal with respect to inter-monomer interactions. It has also been conjectured that key critical exponents $\phi$, measuring the growth of the contacts with the surface at the adsorption point, and $1/\delta$, which measures the finite-size shift of the critical temperature, are not the same. However, applying standard scaling argument...

    Anomalous polymer collapse winding angle distributions

    Narros, A; Owczarek, A L; Prellberg, T (2017)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Projects - Grant ID: DP160103562 (DP160103562)
    In two dimensions polymer collapse has been shown to be complex with multiple low temperature states and multi-critical points. Recently, strong numerical evidence has been provided for a long-standing prediction of universal scaling of winding angle distributions, where simulations of interacting self-avoiding walks show that the winding angle distribution for N-step walks is compatible with the theoretical prediction of a Gaussian with a variance growing asymptotically as C log N . Here we ...
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