Condensed Matter Physics, 1996, No 8, p. 17-36, English
Molecular dynamics simulation studies of pure water and those with either an additional lithium or iodide ion near a liquid mercury surface are presented. The mercury-water, mercury-mercury, mercury-alkali ion, and mercury-halide ion potentials developed recently are introduced. The structure of the interfaces is described by density profiles and radial distribution functions. The spectral densities of the hindered translational motions of water and of both ions, parallel and perpendicular to the surface, are analysed. The simulation results are compared with experimental data of liquid mercury and its liquid-vapour interface.Comments: Refs. 22, Tabs. 1, Figs. 12.
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