CHANGE THE LETTERS IN THE TABLE NAMES AND LOOK AT AT TA CZ ZC and so on. 
Numerical integration of system (2) showed that two separate/solitary waves are formed, moving from the right to the left along the chain at constant speed. The first wave has a form of quasikink, and the second wave – quasibriser, and the velocity of the first wave exceeds the one for the second. Both waves due to “quasicyclic” borderline conditions, having reached the left end, appear in the right side with out any changes to their form. Quasikins, traversing along the chains of pendulums, changes coordinate of each pendulum at an angle of (the pendulum does full circle). Therefore, traveling in the closedloop chain of the pendulums Ê times, it changes coordinate of each pendulum by angle. This expounds “ledgetype” form of the graphs. In Fig 2. One can see the results of system (4) integration in the same conditions. It can be viewed from the picture that the same separate/solitary two waves are formed – quasikink and quasibriser. Yet the principal distinction from the previous case is in that the quasikink in the very beginning moves with negative acceleration so that its velocity turns out to be slower of the one for quasibriser. WE note that these experiments were conducted on homogeneous polyAsequence so that change in speed of quasikink cannot be explained by influence of nonhomogeneousness of the chain. This effect is explained by nonlinear interaction between its monomers.

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