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An attempt is made to demonstrate that a linear homopolymer in the condensed globular phase undergoes a genuine structural glass transition of a type similar to that in a p-spin interaction spin glass with p>2 or a Potts glass model. It is shown that the homopolymer globule is a generic system where frustrations trigger the glass formation.


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Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics

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