Phase coexistence in clusters: An 'experimental' isobar and an elementary model

Vekhter, Benjamin; Berry, R. Stephen
April 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;4/15/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 15, p6456
Academic Journal
Examines the temperature dependence of the coexistence ratios of phaselike forms of atomic clusters of two kinds, a homogeneous cluster bound by pairwise Lennard-Jones forces that simulates argon and a binary, ionic cluster simulating. Isothermal molecular dynamics; Analytical model based on highly simplified densities of states; Phase behavior of alkali halide cluster.


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