Polymorphism and Polytypism in Elements-II (M.D. Simulation)
Constant temperature molecular dynamics simulation at different temperatures in NVT ensemble has been performed to verify the phase transformations in polymorphic and polytypic elements. We measured radial distribution function, total energy and specific heat variation with temperature in Nickel and Cobalt and confirmed the phenomena of polymorphism and polytypism respectively in these two compounds.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2013
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