Diffusive motions in liquid 18-crown-6: A molecular dynamics study

Briels, W.J.; Leuwerink, F.T.H.
May 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;5/15/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 19, p8140
Academic Journal
Studies the transport properties of 18-crown-6 in the liquid phase by means of molecular dynamics simulations. Force fields used in the study; Rotations and deformations of the molecules; Time correlation functions of molecular axes; Self-intermediate scattering function; Translational motion.


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