Definition of Reptation. Meaning of Reptation. Synonyms of Reptation

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Definition of Reptation

Reptation
Reptation Rep*ta"tion (r?p-t?"sh?n), n. [L. reptatio, from reptare: cf. F. reptation.] (Zo["o]l.) The act of creeping.

Meaning of Reptation from wikipedia

- Reptation is the thermal motion of very long linear, entangled macromolecules in polymer melts or concentrated polymer solutions. Derived from the word...
- the concept of reptation into polymer physics in 1971 to explain the dependence of the mobility of a macromolecule on its length. Reptation is used as a...
- Reptation Monte Carlo is a quantum Monte Carlo method. S. Baroni & S. Moroni (1999). "Reptation Quantum Monte Carlo: A Method for Unbiased Ground-State...
- entanglement Entanglement (graph measure) Entanglement of polymer chains, see Reptation Wire entanglement in fishery: method by which fish are caught in fishing...
- a reptation model (or its variants) is most commonly used. This model ****umes that the DNA can crawl in a "snake-like" fashion (hence "reptation") through...
- — Debye–Hückel theoryThermodynamic theory of polymer elasticityReptation theoryPolymer field theory — Møller–Plesset perturbation theory — density...
- viceregent rēpō rēp- reps- rēpt- crawl, creep obreption, obreptitious, reptation, reptile, reptilian †reptō rept- reptav- reptat- rideō rid- ris- ris-...
- a reptation model (or its variants) is most commonly used. This model ****umes that the DNA can crawl in a "snake-like" fashion (hence "reptation") through...
- wrote a series of papers with Sir Sam Edwards expanding on the concept of reptation introduced by Pierre-Gilles de Gennes in 1971. In 1996 he aut****d the...
- G.; Donald, A. M. (1989). "Crazing by disentanglement: Non-diffusive reptation". Polymer. 30 (9): 1651. doi:10.1016/0032-3861(89)90325-X.  ”Ceramics...