Crystal structures of symmetric Lennard-Jones mixtures

Vlot, Margot J.; Huitema, Hjalmar E.A.; de Vooys, Arnoud; van der Eerden, Jan P.
September 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;9/15/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 11, p4345
Academic Journal
Performs Monte Carlo simulation methods to examine the structure of the Lennard-Jones crystal mixtures at constant temperature and pressure. Interactions between equal particles in a symmetric model; Parameters representing interaction strength and distance.


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