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Kurt Binder

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1983- Physics Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Mainz, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany 
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Statistical Physics
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Milchev A, Binder K. (2022) Surface enrichment and interdiffusion in blends of semiflexible polymers of different stiffness. Soft Matter. 18: 3781-3792
Midya J, Egorov SA, Binder K, et al. (2022) Wetting transitions of polymer solutions: Effects of chain length and chain stiffness. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 156: 044901
Milchev A, Egorov SA, Midya J, et al. (2021) Blends of Semiflexible Polymers: Interplay of Nematic Order and Phase Separation. Polymers. 13
Milchev A, Binder K. (2021) Cylindrical confinement of solutions containing semiflexible macromolecules: surface-induced nematic order phase separation. Soft Matter
Egorov SA, Milchev A, Nikoubashman A, et al. (2021) Phase Separation and Nematic Order in Lyotropic Solutions: Two Types of Polymers with Different Stiffnesses in a Common Solvent. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 125: 956-969
Milchev A, Egorov SA, Midya J, et al. (2020) Entropic Unmixing in Nematic Blends of Semiflexible Polymers. Acs Macro Letters. 9: 1779-1784
Egorov SA, Binder K. (2020) When does Wenzel's extension of Young's equation for the contact angle of droplets apply? A density functional study. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 152: 194707
Milchev A, Binder K. (2020) How does stiffness of polymer chains affect their adsorption transition Journal of Chemical Physics. 152: 64901
Milchev A, Binder K. (2020) Semiflexible Polymers Interacting With Planar Surfaces: Weak versus Strong Adsorption. Polymers. 12
Milchev A, Binder K. (2019) Linear Dimensions of Adsorbed Semiflexible Polymers: What Can Be Learned about Their Persistence Length? Physical Review Letters. 123: 128003
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