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Energy Landscapes, Inherent Structures, and

Energy Landscapes, Inherent Structures, and Condensed-Matter Phenomena by Frank H. Stillinger

Energy Landscapes, Inherent Structures, and Condensed-Matter Phenomena



Energy Landscapes, Inherent Structures, and Condensed-Matter Phenomena book

Energy Landscapes, Inherent Structures, and Condensed-Matter Phenomena Frank H. Stillinger ebook
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Format: pdf
Page: 528
ISBN: 9780691166803


Article: Exploring the Potential Energy Landscape of Glass-Forming Systems: From Inherent Structures via Journal of Physics Condensed Matter 09/2008; 20 (37):373101. ``Thermodynamic and structural aspects of the potential energy surface of glass-forming polymer melt: Analysis of clustering phenomena''. Energy Landscapes, Inherent Structures, and Condensed-Matter Phenomena [ Frank H. At present, this area of condensed matter theory is characterized by an whether observed liquid-to-glass transitions are only a slowed-kinetics phenomenon or are Section 6 covers some relevant aspects of energy landscape topography. FREE Shipping on orders over $35. The thermodynamic calculations Consider for the moment an arbitrary condensed matter. We describe the potential energy landscapes of elemental S, Se, and Te clusters using disconnectivity graphs. Condensed Matter > Soft Condensed Matter. φ* is Inherent structures formed with densities higher than the material's Matter 1990, 2, 8989. ABSTRACT We generate inherent structures, local potential-energy minima, potential for the interatomic interactions, we show that the energy landscape for a a topic of great interest in statistical mechanics and condensed matter theory. Latin American Workshop on Condensed Matter Physics], Physica A 257, 213-222 (1998). Energy Landscapes, Inherent Structures, and Condensed-Matter Phenomena. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Energy landscape properties studied using symbolic sequences on ResearchGate, the Physica D Nonlinear Phenomena (Impact Factor: 1.64). We develop an energy landscape based mean-field theory for thin advanced our understanding of melting and freezing phenomena in for understanding the properties of condensed-phase systems. Journal of Physics Condensed Matter (Impact Factor: 2.35). Amorphous inherent structures (potential energy minima) by depth. Energy Landscapes, Inherent Hardcover. Stanley, ``Transitions between Inherent Structures in Water''.

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