By Stuart A. Rice
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The Zdol relaxation times are slightly smaller than for Z, while those of ZdolTX are much larger than for Z. 19 shows a modiﬁed Cole–Cole plot (correlation between the elastic and viscous properties)  of ZdolTX9 that exhibits high sensitivity to variation in temperature (the original Cole–Cole plot  deals with a complex dielectric constant). 19 do not collapse into a single line, we deduce the presence of temperature-dependent microstructures in the PFPE samples. 19. Modiﬁed Cole–Cole plot for PFPE Z8.
From Eqs. 21), the ÁG as a function of thickness h becomes ÁGðhÞ ¼ ÁGd ðhÞ þ ÁGnd ðhÞ z2 ¼ ÀSd 02 À h S nd À Ágnd L cos ! ph z0 À h þ a exp hm ‘ ð1:22Þ Molecular weight (M) and chain-end functionality of PFPEs are important design parameters for the optimal performance of lubricants. The nd surface energy of PFPEs is approximately proportional to the areal density of polar endgroups, which may be inversely proportional to molecular weight: À1 Ágnd L / M ð1:23Þ Also, assuming Gaussian chain statistics for PFPE conformation in the surface normal direction, we can conjecture that the monolayer thickness is proportional to the average molecular size normal to the surface: hm / M 0:5 ð1:24Þ Note that the disjoining pressure (Å) is deﬁned as the ﬁrst derivative of Gibbs free energy G, Å ¼ qG=qh, and the slope of disjoining pressure, as a function of ﬁlm thickness, provides the stability criteria.
The procedure is similar to that in the simulation of PFPE Z molecules; the only difference is that the interactions among endgroups and between endgroups and substrate are included. Each movement of a molecule includes a change of position as well as a ﬂip of spin, which depends on whether it is energetically favorable. Each MC step randomly interrogates every molecule exactly one time. The movement of an interrogated molecule depends on whether the projected site is empty and whether a favorable system energy change is associated with the movement.
Advances in Chemical Physics, by Stuart A. Rice