Junko Habasaki

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Topics in Applied Physics is a well-established series of review books, each of which presents a comprehensive survey of a selected topic within the area of applied physics. Edited and written by leading research scientists in the field concerned, each volume contains review contributions covering the various aspects of the topic. Together these provide an(More)
Molecular dynamics (MD) simulations have been performed to study the dynamics near the glass transition regime of molecular ions in ionic liquids. The glass transition temperature in the simulated 1-ethyl-3-methyl imidazolium nitrate (EMIM-NO(3)) system was determined by plotting density against temperatures. The dynamics at several temperatures in the(More)
We present several characteristics of ionic motion in glassy ionic conductors brought out by time series analysis of molecular dynamics (MD) simulation data. Time series analysis of data obtained by MD simulation can provide crucial information to describe, understand and predict the dynamics in many systems. The data have been treated by the singular(More)
Molecular dynamics simulations have been performed to study the complex and heterogeneous dynamics of ions in ionic liquids. The dynamics of cations and anions in 1-ethyl-3-methyl imidazolium nitrate (EMIM-NO(3)) are characterized by van Hove functions and the corresponding intermediate scattering functions F(s)(k,t) and elucidated by the trajectories(More)
Molecular dynamics simulations of lithium metasilicate (Li2SiO3) glass have been performed. Dynamic heterogeneity of lithium ions has been examined in detail over 4 ns at 700 K. Type A particles show slow dynamics in accordance with a long tail of waiting time distribution of jump motion and localized jumps within neighboring sites (fracton), while type B(More)
Molecular dynamics simulations of lithium metasilicate (Li(2)SiO(3)) glass have been performed. The motion of lithium ions is divided into slow (A) and fast (B) categories in the glassy state. The waiting time distribution of the jump motion of each component shows power law behavior with different exponents. Slow dynamics are caused by localized jump(More)
A multifractal analysis using singularity spectra [T.C. Halsey et al., Phys. Rev. A 33, 1141 (1986)] provides a general tool to study the temporal-spatial properties of particles in complex disordered materials such as ions in ionically conducting glasses and melts. Obtained by molecular-dynamics simulations, the accumulated positions of the particles(More)
We have performed the molecular dynamics simulations of ionically conducting lithium metasilicate, Li(2)SiO(3), to get a more in depth understanding of the heterogeneous ion dynamics by separating out the partial contributions from localized and diffusive ions to the mean square displacement (MSD) <r(2)(t)>, the non-Gaussian parameter alpha(2)(t), and the(More)
Molecular dynamics (MD) simulations of lithium metasilicate (Li2SiO3) in the glassy and supercooled liquid states have been performed to illustrate the decay with time of the cages that confine individual Li+ ions before they hop out to diffuse cooperatively with each other. The self-part of the van Hove function of Li+ ions, G(s)(r,t), is used as an(More)
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