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First-Order Transition of a Nanoscale Heteropolymer Chain with Lennard-Jones Potential

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The thermodynamic properties of a 30 mer nanoscale heteropolymer chain were calculated with a Lennard-Jones (LJ) potential. A first order liquid to solid phase transition was observed as the final result of our calculations, with a minimum energy state at around −335 (reduced units) and a maximum energy state at around −194 (reduced units).


Document Type: Short Communication


Publication date: 2009-01-01

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