Theta solvent

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A theta solvent is the name for a condition (sometimes known as the Flory condition) rather than an actual solvent. At the theta point, in the words of Paul Flory: "excluded volume interactions are neutralized." An excluded volume of zero connotes a second virial coefficient of zero.

References

  1. Paul J. Flory Nobel Lecture