Intrinsic sampling method
This method, proposed by E. Chacón and P. Tarazona, defines an intrinsic surface that can be computed for every configuration of a molecular simulation.
- E. Chacón and P. Tarazona "Intrinsic profiles beyond the capillary wave theory: A Monte Carlo study", Physical Review Letters 91 166103 (2003)
- P. Tarazona and E. Chacón "Monte Carlo intrinsic surfaces and density profiles for liquid surfaces", Physical Review B 70 235407 (2004)
- E. Chacón and P. Tarazona "Characterization of the intrinsic density profiles for liquid surfaces", Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 17 S3493-S3498 (2005)
- P. Tarazona, R. Checa, and E. Chacón "Critical Analysis of the Density Functional Theory Prediction of Enhanced Capillary Waves", Physical Review Letters 99 196101 (2007)
- E. Chacón, P. Tarazona and L. E. González "Intrinsic structure of the free liquid surface of an alkali metal", Physical Review B 74 224201 (2006)
- E. Chacón, P. Tarazona and J. Alejandre "The intrinsic structure of the water surface", Journal of Chemical Physics 125 014709 (2006)
- Daniel Duque, Pedro Tarazona, and Enrique Chacón "Diffusion at the liquid-vapor interface", Journal of Chemical Physics 128 134704 (2008)
- Fernando Bresme, Enrique Chacón, Pedro Tarazona, and Kafui Tay "Intrinsic Structure of Hydrophobic Surfaces: The Oil-Water Interface", Physical Review Letters 101 056102 (2008)
- Fernando Bresme, Enrique Chacón, and Pedro Tarazona "Molecular dynamics investigation of the intrinsic structure of water–fluid interfaces via the intrinsic sampling method", Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 10 4704 - 4715 (2008)
- La superficie intrínseca, a basic introduction (in Spanish).