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Название: Trees at an Interface
Автор: van Rensburg E.J.J.
Journal of Statistical Physics, Vol. 102, Nos. 5/6, 2001. p. 1177-1209.
A lattice tree at an interface between two solvents of different quality is examined as a model of a branched polymer at an interface. Existence of the free energy is shown, and the existence of critical lines in its phase diagram is proven. In particular, there is a line of first order transitions separating a positive phase from a negative phase (the tree being predominantly on either side of the interface in these phases), and a curve of localizationdelocalization transitions which separate the delocalized positive and negative phases from a phase where the tree is localized at the interface. This model is generalized to a branched copolymer which is examined in a certain averaged quenched ensemble. Existence of a thermodynamic limit is shown for this model, and it is also shown that the model is self-averaging. Lastly, a model of branched polymers interacting with one another through a membrane is considered. The existence of a limiting free energy is shown, and it is demonstrated that if the interaction is strong enough, then the two branched polymers will adsorb on one another.