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[[Image:RFFFHS_model.png|thumb|right|The RFFFHS for the case of 10 rigid + 5 flexible with overlap]]
 
The '''rigid fully flexible fused hard sphere model''' (RFFFHS) consists of a [[fused hard sphere chains| fused hard sphere chain]] in which one section is rigid and the rest of the ''molecule'' is flexible <ref>[http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.64.011703  Carl McBride, Carlos Vega, and Luis G. MacDowell "Isotropic-nematic phase transition: Influence of intramolecular flexibility using a fused hard sphere model" Physical Review E '''64''' 011703 (2001)]</ref>
 
The '''rigid fully flexible fused hard sphere model''' (RFFFHS) consists of a [[fused hard sphere chains| fused hard sphere chain]] in which one section is rigid and the rest of the ''molecule'' is flexible <ref>[http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.64.011703  Carl McBride, Carlos Vega, and Luis G. MacDowell "Isotropic-nematic phase transition: Influence of intramolecular flexibility using a fused hard sphere model" Physical Review E '''64''' 011703 (2001)]</ref>
 
<ref>[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1517604      Carl McBride and Carlos Vega "A Monte Carlo study of the influence of molecular flexibility on the phase diagram of a fused hard sphere model", Journal of Chemical Physics '''117''' pp. 10370-10379  (2002)]</ref>.
 
<ref>[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1517604      Carl McBride and Carlos Vega "A Monte Carlo study of the influence of molecular flexibility on the phase diagram of a fused hard sphere model", Journal of Chemical Physics '''117''' pp. 10370-10379  (2002)]</ref>.

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