Flexible Backbone Polymer-Carbon Nanotube Interactions

REFERENCE: SS Tallury and MA Pasquinelli (2010). "Molecular dynamics simulations of flexible polymer chains wrapping single-walled carbon nanotubes." Journal of Physical Chemistry B. DOI:10.1021/jp908001d

Nylon 6
Nylon 6

carbon nanotube is black
hydrogen is white
carbon is cyan
oxygen is red
nitrogen is blue


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PAN
poly(acrylonitrile)
PAN

carbon nanotube is black
hydrogen is white
carbon is cyan
oxygen is red
nitrogen is blue


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PCL
poly(caprolactone)
PCL

carbon nanotube is black
hydrogen is white
carbon is cyan
oxygen is red
nitrogen is blue


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PLA
poly(lactic acid)
PLA

carbon nanotube is black
hydrogen is white
carbon is cyan
oxygen is red
nitrogen is blue


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PEO
poly(ethylene oxide)
PEO

carbon nanotube is black
hydrogen is white
carbon is cyan
oxygen is red
nitrogen is blue


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PMMA
poly(methyl methacrylate)
pmma

carbon nanotube is black
hydrogen is white
carbon is cyan
oxygen is red
nitrogen is blue


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PS
poly(styrene)
PS

carbon nanotube is black
hydrogen is white
carbon is cyan
oxygen is red
nitrogen is blue


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PP
poly(propylene)
PP

carbon nanotube is black
hydrogen is white
carbon is cyan
oxygen is red
nitrogen is blue


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