Evangelia Pantatosaki

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The problem of computing accurately the long-range Coulomb interactions in physical systems is investigated focusing mainly on the atomistic simulation of fluids sorbed in porous solids. Several articles involving theory and computation of long-range interactions in charged systems are reviewed, in order to explore the possibility of adapting or developing(More)
Statistical-mechanics-based simulation studies at the atomistic level of argon (Ar), methane (CH(4)), and hydrogen (H(2)) sorbed in the zeolite imidazolate framework-8 (ZIF-8) are reported. ZIF-8 is a product of a special kind of chemical process, recently termed as reticular synthesis, which has generated a class of materials of critical importance as(More)
The problem of simulating processes involving equilibria and dynamics of guest sorbates within zeolitic imidazolate frameworks (ZIF) by means of molecular dynamics (MD) computer experiments is of growing importance because of the promising role of ZIFs as molecular "traps" for clean energy applications. A key issue for validating such an atomistic modeling(More)
We present the implementation of a real-space constant pressure path integral Gibbs ensemble Monte Carlo (CP-PIGEMC) method for the simulation of one-component fluid consists of distinguishable quantum particles (henceforth referred to as Boltzmannons) in an external potential field at finite temperatures. We apply this simulation method to study the(More)
A direct comparison of quasielastic neutron scattering experimental measurements and molecular dynamics computer simulations is carried out for the first time for hydrogen and deuterium confined in the nanostructure of faujasite type zeolites at a temperature of 100 K, in order to investigate the dependence of sorption thermodynamics and sorbate dynamics on(More)
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