Rn Atom Inside a Carbon Nanotube Like a Clock
This system consists of a relaxing Rn atom inside of the rigid and static nanotube. We calculated temporal thermodynamic properties of these devices as molar specific heat and entropy variation at 300 K. The simulation was made by classic molecular dynamics with standard parameterization. These facts could be useful for the construction of new molecular motor and clock.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 November 2008
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