Fundamental-measure density functional theory study of the crystal-melt interface of the hard sphere system.

@article{Warshavsky2006FundamentalmeasureDF,
  title={Fundamental-measure density functional theory study of the crystal-melt interface of the hard sphere system.},
  author={Vadim B. Warshavsky and Xueyu Song},
  journal={Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics},
  year={2006},
  volume={73 3 Pt 1},
  pages={031110}
}
Two versions of the fundamental measure density functionals together with a new interfacial density profile parametrization were used to study the hard-sphere crystal-melt interface in the framework of the fundamental measure density functional theory. The equilibrium interfacial density profiles and interfacial free energies were found as a result of minimization of grand canonical potential of system with respect to parameters of density profile. We found that the average interfacial free… CONTINUE READING

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