A smoothed profile method for simulating charged colloidal dispersions

Abstract

A numerical method is presented for first-principle simulations of charged colloidal dispersions in electrolyte solutions. Utilizing a smoothed profile for colloid-solvent boundaries, efficient mesoscopic simulations are enabled for modeling dispersions of many colloidal particles exhibiting many-body electrostatic interactions. A simple demonstration was performed by calculating stable structures of two-dimensional dispersions, which resulted in the formation of colloidal crystals.  2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. PACS: 82.70.Dd; 61.20.Ja

DOI: 10.1016/j.cpc.2005.03.024

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@article{Kim2005ASP, title={A smoothed profile method for simulating charged colloidal dispersions}, author={Kang Kim and Yasuya Nakayama and Ryoichi Yamamoto}, journal={Computer Physics Communications}, year={2005}, volume={169}, pages={104-106} }