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Presently, Rotational Isomeric State (RIS) theory directly addresses polymer chain conformation as it relates to mechanical response trends. The primary goal of this work is to explore the adaptation of this methodology to the prediction of material stiffness. This multi-scale modeling approach relies on ionomer chain conformation and polymer morphology and thus has potential as both a predictive modeling tool and a synthesis guide. The Mark-Curro Monte Carlo methodology is applied to generatedoi:10.1557/jmr.2005.0292 fatcat:ciibruatzzanlmdmfghbee5g2e