Polymers, Volume 8, Issue 7 (July 2016) – 29 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): The cover picture shows several structure types formed by helical polymers. Helix segments collapse into distinct bundling configurations depending on the relative strength of the cooperative interactions responsible for the structure formation. As the stiffness of the helical rods increases, the number of helix segments decrease. The upper left figure shows a conformation of a semiflexible polymer without helical order and, as the stiffness increases, helical structures evolve. By Matthew J. Williams. View this paper.
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