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DATE

1989

AUTHORS

Jean-François Joanny , Ludwik Leibler

ABSTRACT

In recent years, studies of solutions of polymer blends and of copolymers have aroused a substantial theoretical and experimental interest. This is motivated by both numerous applications and more fundamental issues concerning the usefulness of the scaling and universality concepts to describe the thermodynamic properties and the phase transitions in these systems. In this lecture, chain interactions in dilute and semidilute solutions are reviewed and it is discussed how and when the interactions between chemically different monomers lead to a macroscopic phase separation in the case of ternary polymer A-polymer B- solvent systems and to a mesophase formation in diblock-copolymer solutions. The important conclusion is that due to both the overall monomer concentration fluctuations (excluded volume effects) and the composition fluctuations, the classical Flory theory often fails. This requires the use of the renormalization method and of scaling concepts to give a correct description of the phase diagrams and the critical phenomena observed in these complex systems. We give only here a brief outline, a complete review has been published elsewhere1. More... »

PAGES

297-299

Book

TITLE

Phase Transitions in Soft Condensed Matter

ISBN

978-1-4612-7862-7
978-1-4613-0551-4

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-1-4613-0551-4_29

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-0551-4_29

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