# Square well chains

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**Square well chains** consist of monomer chains composed of tangent spheres which interact via the square well potential.

## References[edit]

- Related reading

- C. K. Hall, A. Yethiraj, J. M. Wichert "Equations of state for square well chain fluids using the generalized flory approach", Fluid Phase Equilibria
**83**pp. 313-322 (1993) - John M. Wichert , Carol K. Hall "Second Virial Coefficient Calculations for Square-Well Chain Molecules", Macromolecules
**27**pp. 2744-2756 (1994) - Frederico W. Tavares, Jaeeon Chang and Stanley I. Sandler "Equation of state for the square-well chain fluid based on the dimer version of Wertheim's perturbation theory", Molecular Physics
**86**pp. 1451-1471 (1995) - Min Sun Yeom, Jaeeon Chang, Hwayong Kim "Development of the semi-empirical equation of state for square-well chain fluid based on the Statistical Associating Fluid Theory (SAFT)", Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering
**17**pp. 52-57 (2000) - Farzad Alavi and Farzaneh Feyzi "A new perturbed-chain equation of state for square-well chains in fluid and solid phases", Journal of Chemical Physics
**139**074104 (2013) - Honglai Liu, Ying Hu "Molecular thermodynamic theory for polymer systems part II. Equation of state for chain fluids", Fluid Phase Equilibria
**122**pp. 75-97 (1996) - Thi-Kim-Hoang Trinh, Jean-Philippe Passarello, Jean-Charles de Hemptinne, Rafael Lugo and Veronique Lachet "A non-additive repulsive contribution in an equation of state: The development for homonuclear square well chains equation of state validated against Monte Carlo simulation", Journal of Chemical Physics
**144**124902 (2016) - J. R. Solana and B. P. Akhouri "The role of higher-order terms in perturbation approaches to the monomer and bonding contributions in a SAFT-type equation of state for square-well chain fluids", Molecular Physics
**116**pp. 1706-1721 (2018)