|Brownian dynamics simulation of the crystallization dynamics of charged colloidal particles|
|Gu LY(顾凌云); Xu SH(徐升华); Sun ZW(孙祉伟); Wang JT; Sun ZW
|Source Publication||Journal of Colloid and Interface Science
|Abstract||Crystal formation process of charged colloidal particles is investigated using Brownian dynamics (BD) simulations. The particles are assumed to interact with the pair-additive repulsive Yukawa potential. The time evolution of crystallization process and the crystal structure during the simulation are characterized by means of the radial distribution functions (RDF) and mean square displacement (MSD). The simulations show that when the interaction is featured with long-range, particles can spontaneously assemble into body-centered-cubic (BCC) arrays at relatively low particle number density. When the interaction is short-ranged, with increasing the number density particles become trapped into a stagnant disordered configuration before the crystallization could be actualized. The simulations further show that as long as the trapped configurations are bypassed, the face-centered-cubic (FCC) structures can be achieved and are actually more stable than BCC structures. (C) 2010 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.|
Brownian Dynamics Simulation
; YUKAWA SYSTEMS
|WOS Research Area||Chemistry
|WOS Subject||Chemistry, Physical
|Funding Organization||National Natural Science Foundation of China [10672173, 10972217]
; Chinese Academy of Sciences [KJCX2-YW-L08]
|Corresponding Author||Sun ZW|
Gu LY,Xu SH,Sun ZW,et al. Brownian dynamics simulation of the crystallization dynamics of charged colloidal particles[J]. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science,2010,350(2):409-416.
顾凌云,徐升华,孙祉伟,Wang JT,&Sun ZW.(2010).Brownian dynamics simulation of the crystallization dynamics of charged colloidal particles.Journal of Colloid and Interface Science,350(2),409-416.
顾凌云,et al."Brownian dynamics simulation of the crystallization dynamics of charged colloidal particles".Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 350.2(2010):409-416.
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