Structural modelling of glasses using reverse Monte Carlo simulation


ONE of the main difficulties in the study of glasses and other disordered materials is the production of structural models that agree quantitatively with diffraction data. In normal Monte Carlo simulation, an initial structure is allowed to rearrange in such a way that its energy is minimized. Reverse Monte Carlo simulation1 is a newly developed technique… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/344423a0


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