# Flory-Huggins Model for Gibbs Free Energy of Mixing in Polymer Solutions

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The Flory–Huggins theory for polymer solutions is based on a statistical approach, in which polymer and solvent molecules occupy a regular lattice. This Demonstration shows the change in the Gibbs free energy of mixing for a polymer solution, using the equation [1]:

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Contributed by: Anly Li, Lila Peters and Amanda Zhang (April 2019)

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[1] R. Sperling. "Flory–Huggins Model for Polymer Solutions." (Apr 11, 2019) web.stanford.edu/class/cheme160/lectures/lecture9.pdf.

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