By Stuart A. Rice
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5 3 Extension ratio λ Figure 12. Intrinsic atomic stresses Ã s11 , Ã s22 , Ã s33 as determined from molecular dynamics simulation of tetrafunctional network model in uniaxial volume deformation and for corresponding melt. (After Ref. ) 24 aaron weiner and jerome weiner chain g and has zero deviatoric portion. The algorithm for computation of tij ðgÞ is then as follows: (1) With the intrinsic local coordinate system as in Fig. 11, the value of "rs ðbÞ averaged over all internal mers of the system is computed.
At a low pressure, the liquid structure approaches the structure of LDA as temperature decreases [180–182]. The hydrogen bond network in HDA is deformed strongly in a manner analogous to that found in water at high temperatures, whereas the pair correlation function of LDA is closer to that of supercooled water . At ambient conditions, water was suggested to be a mixture of HDA-like and LDAlike states in an approximate proportion 2:3 [184–186]. C. Irreversible Structural Transitions by Heating at 1 Bar All amorphous ices transform to cubic ice when heated to T > 150 K at 1 bar, which subsequently recrystallizes to hexagonal ice.
The signiﬁcant jumps of the effective bulk modulus between the ﬁnal of compression and onset of decompression for both runs correspond to the jumps between ‘‘relaxed’’ and almost ‘‘unrelaxed’’ values. The inset shows pressure dependences of the ﬁrst coordination number for B from the recent X-ray diffraction data. Both data are from Ref. . 42 thomas loerting, vadim v. brazhkin, and tetsuya morishita intermediate range order; the second transformation is reversible, and it occurs at higher pressures and is accompanied by the change in the coordination of the B atoms from 3 to 4.
Advances in Chemical Physics (Volume 143) by Stuart A. Rice