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Título : Topological phase transition in a RNA model in the de Gennes regime
Autor : Dell'Erba, Matías G. 
Zemba, Guillermo Raúl 
Palabras clave : MOLECULAS DE ARNVernizzi, GrazianoGennes, Pierre Gilles deSISTEMAS DE POLIMEROSTEMPERATURA CRITICACADENA FLEXIBLE
Fecha de publicación : 2009
Cita : Dell'Erba MG, Zemba GR Topological phase transition in a RNA model in the de Gennes regime [en línea]. Documento de trabajo publicado en arXiv.org. 2009. Disponible en: https://repositorio.uca.edu.ar/handle/123456789/5465
Resumen : Abstract: We study a simplified model of the RNA molecule proposed by G. Vernizzi, H. Orland and A. Zee in the regime of strong concentration of positive ions in solution. The model considers a flexible chain of equal bases that can pairwise interact with any other one along the chain, while preserving the property of saturation of the interactions. In the regime considered, we observe the emergence of a critical temperature Tc separating two phases that can be characterized by the topology of the predominant configurations: in the large temperature regime, the dominant configurations of the molecule have very large genera (of the order of the size of the molecule), corresponding to a complex topology, whereas in the opposite regime of low temperatures, the dominant configurations are simple and have the topology of a sphere. We determine that this topological phase transition is of first order and provide an analytic expression for Tc. The regime studied for this model exhibits analogies with that for the dense polymer systems studied by de Gennes.
URI : https://repositorio.uca.edu.ar/handle/123456789/5465
Disciplina: INGENIERIA
Derechos: Acceso Abierto
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