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Distribution function of the end-to-end distances of linear polymers with excluded volume effects

1965
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Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards Section A Physics and Chemistry
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The distribution function of the absolute values of chain lengths of a polymer molecule which displays the excluded volume effect cannot assume a Gaussian form. This fact follows directly from theoretical considerations based on the application of the Central Limit Theorem to the theory of Markov chains. In order to determine the exact shape of the polymer chain-end distribution function we calculated its various moments taken about the origin, and their dependence on the number of polymer

doi:10.6028/jres.069a.036
pmid:31927854
pmcid:PMC6629013
fatcat:2xbdcnpf4fb2fjxbw2rzwsfrz4