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It is convenient to label the state as σ(Nc , Np , Eσ ). The energy Eσ will of course be zero but for the derivation it is convenient to write it down explicitly. After removing the colloid, np polymers are inserted into the depletion zone left behind. The state τ that we end up in can thus be labeled as τ (Nc − 1, Np + np , Eτ ). Note that Eτ need not be zero: if a second colloid happens to be very close to the colloid that was removed, it could now overlap with one or more of the np polymers that were just inserted.

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