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Universality between Experiment and Simulation of a Diblock Copolymer Melt
Physical Review Letters
The equivalent behavior among analogous block copolymer systems involving chemically distinct molecules or mathematically different models has long hinted at an underlying universality, but only recently has it been rigorously demonstrated by matching results from different simulations. The profound implication of universality is that simple coarse-grained models can be calibrated so as to provide quantitatively accurate predictions to experiment. Here, we provide the first compellingdoi:10.1103/physrevlett.117.217801 pmid:27911549 fatcat:bn7v5cpugvc23cfvbslq3vjovm