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020    1461217121 (electronic bk.) 
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100 1  Whittington, Stuart G 
245 10 Topology and Geometry in Polymer Science|h[electronic 
       resource] /|cedited by Stuart G. Whittington, Witt Sumners,
       Timothy Lodge 
260    New York, NY :|bSpringer New York,|c1998 
300    1 online resource (x, 206 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications,|x0940
       -6573 ;|v103 
505 0  Foreword -- Preface -- Entanglement Complexity of Polymers
       : Entanglements of polymers. Entropic exponents of knotted
       lattice polygons. The torsion of three-dimensional random 
       walk -- Knot Energies: Self-repelling knots and local 
       energy minima. Properties of knot energies. Energy and 
       thickness of knots. On distortion and thickness of knots. 
       Random Linking: Percolation of linked circles. Minimal 
       links in the cubic lattice. Effect of Geometrical 
       Constraints. Knots in graphs in subsets of Z3. Topological
       entanglement complexity of polymer chains in confined 
       geometries. Surfaces and Vesicles: Survey of self-avoiding
       random surfaces on cubic lattices. Issues, controversies, 
       and results. Computational methods in random 
520    This book contains contributions from a workshop on 
       topology and geometry of polymers, held at the IMA in June
       1996, which brought together topologists, 
       combinatorialists, theoretical physicists and polymer 
       scientists, with a common interest in polymer topology. 
       Polymers can be highly self-entangled even in dilute 
       solution. In the melt the inter- and intra-chain 
       entanglements can dominate the rheological properties of 
       these phenomena. Although the possibility of knotting in 
       ring polymers has been recognized for more than thirty 
       years it is only recently that the powerful methods of 
       algebraic topology have been used in treating models of 
       polymers. This book contains a series of chapters which 
       review the current state of the field and give an up to 
       date account of what is known and perhaps more importantly,
       what is still unknown. The field abounds with open 
       problems. The book is of interest to workers in polymer 
       statistical mechanics but will also be useful as an 
       introduction to topological methods for polymer scientists,
       and will introduce mathematicians to an area of science 
       where topological approaches are making a substantial 
       contribution 
650  0 Mathematics 
650  0 Combinatorial analysis 
650  0 Topology 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Sumners, Witt 
700 1  Lodge, Timothy 
776 08 |iPrint version:|z9780387985800 
830  0 IMA volumes in mathematics and its applications ;|v103 
856 40 |3SpringerLink|uhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-1712-
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