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Modeling the melting of supported clusters

Publication ,  Journal Article
Ding, F; Rosán, A; Curtarolo, S; Bolton, K
Published in: Applied Physics Letters
April 10, 2006

Molecular dynamics simulations have been used to study the structural and dynamic changes during melting of free and supported iron clusters ranging from 150 to 10 000 atoms. The results reveal a method for determining effective diameters of supported metal clusters, so that the melting point dependence on cluster size can be predicted in a physically meaningful way by the same analytic model used for free clusters. © 2006 American Institute of Physics.

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Applied Physics Letters

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0003-6951

Publication Date

April 10, 2006

Volume

88

Issue

13

Related Subject Headings

  • Applied Physics
  • 51 Physical sciences
  • 40 Engineering
  • 10 Technology
  • 09 Engineering
  • 02 Physical Sciences
 

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Ding, F., Rosán, A., Curtarolo, S., & Bolton, K. (2006). Modeling the melting of supported clusters. Applied Physics Letters, 88(13). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.2187950
Ding, F., A. Rosán, S. Curtarolo, and K. Bolton. “Modeling the melting of supported clusters.” Applied Physics Letters 88, no. 13 (April 10, 2006). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.2187950.
Ding F, Rosán A, Curtarolo S, Bolton K. Modeling the melting of supported clusters. Applied Physics Letters. 2006 Apr 10;88(13).
Ding, F., et al. “Modeling the melting of supported clusters.” Applied Physics Letters, vol. 88, no. 13, Apr. 2006. Scopus, doi:10.1063/1.2187950.
Ding F, Rosán A, Curtarolo S, Bolton K. Modeling the melting of supported clusters. Applied Physics Letters. 2006 Apr 10;88(13).

Published In

Applied Physics Letters

DOI

ISSN

0003-6951

Publication Date

April 10, 2006

Volume

88

Issue

13

Related Subject Headings

  • Applied Physics
  • 51 Physical sciences
  • 40 Engineering
  • 10 Technology
  • 09 Engineering
  • 02 Physical Sciences