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Nanoscillator and Gun Under Temperature Effect

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We propose a system like motor or gun molecular with a nanotube and C60 nanosphere as a probe. The initial position of C60 is out of symmetry that permits the probe to start the system movement due to van der Waals force acting in the probe. For higher initial temperatures there are ejections of the probe like a nanogun. The simulation was made by classic molecular dynamics with standard parameterization. Thermodynamics properties were obtained like molecular motor and gun versus initial temperature. The nanotube has 360 carbon atoms with up to almost 0.7 ns of simulation.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2010-09-01

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