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6 NOTE: The gas critical temperatures are obtained from the gas Lennard-Jones model parameter 8 /k used in this study (5). 2 ps. The numbers in parenthesis denote the statistical inaccuracy. s The solvation enthalpies are small (in absolute number) compared to the contributions of polymer reorganization and penetrant binding. The polymer reorganization energies are always positive, which is caused by the energetic penalty associated with creating a molecular sized cavity in the polymeric fluid.

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