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By Stuart A. Rice

This sequence offers the chemical physics box with a discussion board for serious, authoritative reviews of advances in each zone of the self-discipline. quantity 129 within the sequence maintains to file contemporary advances with major, updated chapters through the world over well-known researchers.

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The fact that the spreading coefficients satisfy these conditions does not guarantee that the stable film is on the order of several molecular layers thickness in PFPE films. Tyndall et al. [132] reported that the surface energy of PFPE Zdol films varied with a thickness between 0 and 4 nm, which is considered to be the thickness of the layered structure of PFPE films near the surface with chain ends facing each other or the solid surface. We incorporated the variation of surface energy into our stability analysis by assuming that the surface energy function is sinusoidal with an exponential decay envelope of nd nd gnd L ¼ gL0 þ ÁgL cos     ph z0 À h þ a exp hm ‘ ð1:21Þ nd where hm is monolayer thickness, gnd L0 is the surface energy of bulk PFPE, ÁgL is the amplitude, and a is the phase shift.

The data sets are separated by more than 10,000 MC steps for each bead. Therefore, 50 runs were carried out for each system to collect statistical data. The simulation cell was divided into nanostructured perfluoropolyether films 47 sublattices to speed up the potential energy calculations and reduce computation time. We examined the molecular conformations of the confined film via the anisotropic radius of gyration (R2g ¼ R2? ) components: R2k ¼ R2? NP h i 1 X ðxi À xg Þ2 þ ðyi À yg Þ2 2NP i¼1 NP 1 X ¼ ðzi À zg Þ2 NP i¼1 ð1:37Þ where xg , yg , zg are the locations of the chain’s center of mass and Np is the number of monomers.

Each MC step randomly interrogates every molecule exactly one time. The movement of an interrogated molecule depends on whether the projected site is empty and whether a favorable system energy change is associated with the movement. The probability of movement P into a vacant site is  P¼ 1 þ exp  À1 ÁH kB T ð1:28Þ where ÁH ¼ H f À H i (H i and H f are the initial and final Hamiltonian of the system for a movement). Here, kB and T represent the Boltzmann constant and absolute temperature, respectively.

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