Glass transition and atomic structures in supercooled Ga[sub 0.15]Zn[sub 0.15]Mg[sub 0.7]

Zhao-Hui jin; Ke Lu; Yan-Dong Gong; Zhuang-Qi Hu
June 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;6/1/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 21, p8830
Academic Journal
Simulates glass transition in supercooled gallium, zinc and magnesium metallic liquid by making use of a constant-pressure molecular dynamics technique via the pairwise interatomic potentials. Calculation from a self-consistent nonlocal model pseudopotential theory; Structures of liquids and glasses analyzed through careful examinations.


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