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Dense and Nearly Jammed Random Packings of Freely Jointed Chains of Tangent Hard Spheres
Karayiannis, Nikos Ch. and Laso Carbajo, Manuel
Dense and Nearly Jammed Random Packings of Freely Jointed Chains of Tangent Hard Spheres.
"Physical Review Letters", v. 100
Dense packings of freely jointed chains of tangent hard spheres are produced by a novel Monte Carlo method. Within statistical uncertainty, chains reach a maximally random jammed (MRJ) state at the same volume fraction as packings of single hard spheres. A structural analysis shows that as the MRJ state is approached (i) the radial distribution function for chains remains distinct from but approaches that of single hard sphere packings quite closely, (ii) chains undergo progressive collapse, and (iii) a small but increasing fraction of sites possess highly ordered first coordination shells.
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