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We studied the various stages in the preparation of a sub-monolayer film by the sequential deposition of particles (sequential quenching model) from very low to very high temperatures, a limit at which the system becomes equivalent to random sequential adsorption. Due to the finite size of the simulation box, only one cluster can be found in a system at… (More)
We applied the integral-equation theory to the connectedness problem. The method originally applied to the study of continuum percolation in various equilibrium systems was modified for our sequential quenching model, a particular limit of an irreversible adsorption. The development of the theory based on the (quenched-annealed) binary-mixture approximation… (More)
The strength of attractive interaction among particles on a surface, which was studied in our previous work, leads to different degrees of clustering and ordering. A growing structure percolates when all clusters connect and become one and finally the structure is jammed when there is no space large enough to accommodate one more particle. The lowest… (More)
We studied the sequential quenching of prolate ellipsoids on a homogeneous surface by using our proposed pair potential whose repulsive part was that of hard ellipses and attractive part was the r-6 pairwise attraction. Both the strength and range parameters for the attraction were functions of the orientations of the pair of ellipses and related by epsilon… (More)