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Pure Appl. Chem.
75(10), 1395-1402, 2003
Pure and Applied Chemistry
Vol. 75, Issue 10
Challenge in polymer physics*
Department of Computational Science and Engineering, Nagoya
University, Nagoya, Japan
Abstract: One of the challenges in polymer physics is to predict
the structure and properties of polymeric materials from their microstructures
and processing conditions by integrating various theories and simulation
methods. We have been involved in such a challenge through a governmental
project involving computational modeling of polymeric materials. This
article discusses how we tackled the challenge and describes the system
*Lecture presented at the IUPAC Polymer Conference
on the Mission and Challenges of Polymer Science and Technology (IUPAC
PC2002), Kyoto, Japan, 2-5 December 2002. Other presentations are published
in this issue, pp. 1359-1402.
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