Byoungseon Jeon

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Oxidation of iron surfaces and oxide growth mechanisms have been studied using reactive molecular dynamics. Oxide growth kinetics on Fe(100), (110), and (111) surface orientations has been investigated at various temperatures and/or an external electric field. The oxide growth kinetics decreases in the order of (110), (111), and (100) surfaces at 300 K over(More)
We present an efficient parallel algorithm for statistical Molecular Dynamics simulations of ion tracks in solids. The method is based on the Rare Event Enhanced Domain following Molecular Dynamics (REED-MD) algorithm, which has been successfully applied to studies of, e.g., ion implantation into crystalline semiconductor wafers. We discuss the strategies(More)
The TREE method has been widely used for long-range interaction N-body problems. We have developed a parallel TREE code for two-component classical plasmas with open boundary conditions and highly non-uniform charge distributions. The program efficiently handles millions of particles evolved over long relaxation times requiring millions of time steps.(More)
Corrosion is a fundamental problem in electrochemistry and represents a mode of failure of technologically important materials. Understanding the basic mechanism of aqueous corrosion of metals such as Cu in presence of halide ions is hence essential. Using molecular dynamics simulations incorporating reactive force-field (ReaxFF), the interaction of copper(More)
Using reactive force-field (ReaxFF) and molecular dynamics simulation, we study atomistic scale chloride ion adsorption and transport through copper oxide thin films under aqueous conditions. The surface condition of passive oxide film plays a key role in chloride ion adsorption and facilitates initial adsorption when surface corrosion resistance is low.(More)
We extend our recently developed interatomic potentials for UO2 to the fuel system (U,Pu,Np)O2. We do so by fitting against an extensive database of ab initio results as well as to experimental measurements. The applicability of these interactions to a variety of mixed environments beyond the fitting domain is also assessed. The employed formalism makes(More)
The reaction of UO2Cl2·3THF with the tridentate nitrogen donor ligand 2,6-bis(2-benzimidazolyl)pyridine (H2BBP) in pyridine leads to the formation of three different complexes: [(UO2)(H2BBP)Cl2] (1), [(UO)2(HBBP)(Py)Cl] (2), and [(UO2)(BBP)(Py)2] (3) after successive deprotonation of H2BBP with a strong base. Crystallographic determination of 1-3 reveals(More)
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