Monday, May 3, 2010

C60 fullerene melting



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simulating a C60 molecule melting

4 comments:

Vasilii Artyukhov said...

I'd argue that it's evaporating rather than melting ;) What's the temperature setting used in the simulation?

Tom said...

This was an old simulation done in NE1. I see that I had the temperature set at 8,500 Kelvin. I really don't know how accurately NE1's force field is depicting this.

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