Difference between revisions of "Idealised models"

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*[[Single site anisotropic soft-core potential]]
 
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*[[Soft sphere potential]]
 
 
*[[Soft sphere attractive Yukawa model]]
 
*[[Soft sphere attractive Yukawa model]]
 
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Revision as of 14:44, 13 December 2017

Idealised models usually consist of a simple intermolecular pair potential, whose purpose is often to study underlying physical phenomena, such as generalised phase diagrams and the study of phase transitions. It is entirely possible that a number of the models bear little or no resemblance to real molecular fluids.

Lattice models

'Hard' models

Multi-site models

Piecewise continuous models

Multi-site models

'Soft' models

Multi-site models

Patchy models

Charged or polar models

Three-body and many-body potentials

Metals