Practical Calculation of Interionic Potentials in Solids Special issues of the journal Molecular Simulation by A. H. Harker

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Cite this chapter as: Catlow C.R.A., Dixon M., Mackrodt W.C. () Interionic potentials in ionic solids. In: Catlow C.R.A., Mackrodt W.C. (eds) Computer Simulation Cited by: Simulation results are in good agreement with the existing experimental data and ab initio calculations, showing that the developed potentials are valid over a wide range of interionic separations.

Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume ) Chapters Table of Ab initio cluster calculations for defects in the solid state. Colbourn, J. Kendrick Potentials in metals. J.E. Inglesfield. Pages Interionic potentials in ionic solids.

Catlow, M. Dixon, W. Mackrodt. Pages A deformation-dipole model for the interaction between ions in alkali halides is presented which is entirely based on single-ion properties.

Each ion is characterized by a set of five crystal-independent by: 2. In the current work, a set of semi-ab initio interionic pair potentials in a concise functional form with parameters for gadolinia-doped ceria (GDC) systems is derived via the Chen–Mobius lattice inversion Practical Calculation of Interionic Potentials in Solids book ab initio quantum-chemical calculation.

The quality of the proposed potentials is verified by molecular dynamics simulations of CeO 2 and A 2 O 3 (A = Ce and Gd) on their static Cited by: interionic pair potentials of solid solution gadolinia-doped ceria from multiple virtual structures and isolated ion pairs [6,7]. Using the ab initio interionic potentials, we calculated the static properties of CeO 2,Gd 2O 3 and Ce 2O 3 as well as doped concentration and temperature dependence of lattice constants, diffusion coefficients, pair.

The Practical Calculation of Interionic Potentials J. Harding Molecular Simulation 4 Crossref. Computer simulation of defects in ionic solids J H Harding Reports on Progress in Physics 53 IOPscience. Glass formation in simple ionic systems via constant pressure molecular dynamics. Ab initio cluster calculations for defects in the solid state.

Pages Interionic potentials in ionic solids. Pages *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an. Short-range interactions are represented by Buckingham potentials, (1) E(r)=A e −r/ρ −C/r 6, where r is the atomic separation and A, ρ, and C are adjustable parameters (see Table 1).The magnitude of this interaction falls off quickly with increasing r, thus it is only considered for those ions whose separation is less than a certain cut-off distance, 20 Å in this study.

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Interatomic potentials in solids.- Potentials in metals.- Interionic potentials in ionic solids.- Interatomic potentials in covalent and semi-covalent solids.- Defect calculations for ionic.

The Practical Calculation of Interionic Potentials in Solids using Electron Gas Theory. We have recently developed a non-empirical Debye-like model for the inclusion of thermal effects in the equation of state (EOS) of solids.

This model allows the calculation of many thermodynamical properties from the E-V relationship. We report the results of a theoretical investigation that explores the EOS of two ionic solids: MgF 2 and Al 2 O interionic interactions are. Recent schemes for the efficient calculation of vibrational mode frequencies and lifetimes in weakly anharmonic systems such as solid crystal structur.

Using the specialization of the extended RISM equation to infinitely dilute systems, we have calculated correlation functions and interionic potentials of mean force for a set of models corresponding to the first few alkali halides in water. From the results obtained at infinite dilution we calculate the lowest order corrections to the solution properties of the ions.

Also, the ab initio-type pseudopotential calculation of the interionic pair potentials, as carried out for the NFE-like metals in the literature, is made practical for these sd metals in their.

Based on the Chen–Möbius lattice inversion, interionic pair potentials are derived from the pseudopotential total energies of KCl in B1, B2, B3 and one tetragonal structures.

For the lithium and sodium salts, the interionic distances are all longer than the sum of the ionic radii. The agreement between the distances on a percentage basis is best for LiF (the interionic distance is % greater than the sum of the ionic radii) and worst for LiBr (the interionic distance is % greater than the sum of the ionic radii).

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For practical purposes, we consider only a self-consistent field calculation at fixed equilibrium geometry. The geometry parameters like bond. In this paper we present the parameterization of a new interionic potential for stoichiometric, reduced and doped CeO use a dipole polarizable potential (DIPPIM: the dipole polarizable ion model) and optimize its parameters by fitting them to a series of density functional theory calculations.

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Examples of our ab initio calculation results are shown in figure 1, where the total energies (solids lines) of the auxiliary structures are plotted versus nearest-neighbor distance varying from to Å.

Other physical properties from our ab initio calculations are listed in table 2. Each atom in the ideal crystalline solid experiences the same potential due to the other atoms in the material. The binding energy of the atom in the solid is the depth of the potential well at its minimum.

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This simple model gives good quantitative results for energetic bands derived from strongly localized atomic orbitals. The embedded‐atom method (EAM) overcomes the limitations of the pair potential technique.

It is considered to be practical enough for calculations of defects, impurities, fractures, and surfaces in metals. The Nernst equation can now be used to calculate each of the half cell potentials at this concentration.

(E 0 values will be used in this example instead of E 0’.) As the solid electrodes are both the elemental form of the element, the activity for each (and hence the concentration term) is reduced to \(\begin{alignat}{3}. The solid-liquid curve for the solution is displaced left of that for the pure solvent, representing the freezing point depression, ΔT b, that accompanies solution formation.

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