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73) with the following: f AB 12 f AB n, n 1 1 2 f AB 12 f AB 23 – ε (2) – ε (1) – ε (2) 2 f AB n, n 1 (95) – ε (2) – ε (2) Figure 13. Diagram of bond energy distribution in associated chain with bond cooperativity as given by Eq. (93). 38 BENNETT D. MARSHALL AND WALTER G. 2 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 ε (2) / kBT Figure 14. Comparison of theory and simulations for the bonding fractions (fraction of spheres bonded k times) of two‐site‐associating spheres with bond cooperativity. 6d3. Curves give theory predictions and symbols give Monte Carlo simulation results.