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Grand canonical and canonical ensemble Monte Carlo simulation methods are used to study the structure and phase behavior of Lennard-Jones fluids confined between the parallel (100) planes of the face centered cubic crystal. Ultra thin slit pores of the width allowing for the formation of only two adsorbate layers are considered. It is demonstrated that the(More)
The reentrant first-order pore filling transition in a Lennard-Jones (LJ) fluid confined between the parallel (100) planes of the face centered cubic (fcc) crystal is studied by means of Monte Carlo simulations in the canonical as well as grand canonical ensembles. Slit-like pores of the width allowing for the formation of only three adsorbate layers are(More)
The ground-state behavior of two-dimensional symmetrical mixtures subjected to the external potential of square symmetry is discussed. It is demonstrated that different commensurate, high-order commensurate, as well as incommensurate phases may appear depending on the properties of the mixture as well as on the corrugation of external potential. In(More)
Grand canonical and canonical ensemble Monte Carlo simulation methods are used to study the structure and phase behavior of Lennard-Jones fluids confined between the parallel (100) planes of the face centered cubic crystal. Thin slit pores with a width allowing for the formation of only up to five atomic layers are considered. The phase diagrams of the(More)
By using grand canonical and canonical ensemble Monte Carlo simulations, the structure and phase behavior of a Lennard-Jones (LJ) fluid confined between the parallel (100) planes of a face-centered cubic crystal are studied. Slit pores with a width which allows three adsorbate layers to form are used. It is shown that the filled pore consists of three(More)
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