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Improving the Density of Jammed Disordered Packings Using Ellipsoids

- A. Donev, I. Cissé, +5 authors P. Chaikin
- MedicineScience
- 13 February 2004

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Jammed hard-particle packings: From Kepler to Bernal and beyond

- S. Torquato, F. Stillinger
- Physics
- 17 August 2010

This review describes the diversity of jammed configurations attainable by frictionless convex nonoverlapping (hard) particles in Euclidean spaces and for that purpose it stresses individual-packing… Expand

Supercooled liquids and the glass transition

- P. Debenedetti, F. Stillinger
- Physics, MedicineNature
- 8 March 2001

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Geometric properties of random disk packings

- B. Lubachevsky, F. Stillinger
- Mathematics
- 1 September 1990

Random packings ofN⩽2000 rigid disks in the plane, subject to periodic boundary conditions on a square primitive cell, have been generated by a concurrent construction which treats all disks on an… Expand

Axiomatic basis for spaces with noninteger dimension

- F. Stillinger
- Mathematics
- 1 June 1977

Five structural axioms are proposed which generate a space SD with ’’dimension’’ D that is not restricted to the positive integers. Four of the axioms are topological; the fifth specifies an… Expand

Modeling heterogeneous materials via two-point correlation functions: basic principles.

- Y. Jiao, F. Stillinger, S. Torquato
- Mathematics, MedicinePhysical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 16 May 2007

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Improved simulation of liquid water by molecular dynamics

- F. Stillinger, Aneesur Rahman
- Chemistry
- 15 February 1974

Molecular dynamics calculations on a classical model for liquid water have been carried out at mass density 1 g/cm3 and at four temperatures. The effective pair potential employed is based on a… Expand

Molecular Dynamics Study of Liquid Water

- Aneesur Rahman, F. Stillinger
- Chemistry
- 1 October 1971

A sample of water, consisting of 216 rigid molecules at mass density 1 gm/cm3, has been simulated by computer using the molecular dynamics technique. The system evolves in time by the laws of… Expand

Structure in aqueous solutions of nonpolar solutes from the standpoint of scaled-particle theory

- F. Stillinger
- Chemistry
- 1 March 1973

Underlying assumptions have been examined in scaled-particle theory for the case of a rigid-sphere solute in liquid water. As a result, it has been possible to improve upon Pierotti's corresponding… Expand

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