• Published 2018

The internal and external dipole moment of a water molecule and orientational ordering of water dipoles in an electric double layer

@inproceedings{Drab2018TheIA,
  title={The internal and external dipole moment of a water molecule and orientational ordering of water dipoles in an electric double layer},
  author={Mitja Drab and Ekaterina Gongadze and Luka Mesarec and Samo Kralj and Veronika Kralj-Igli{\vc} and Ales Iglic},
  year={2018}
}
The modelling of the electric double layer (EDL) in lattice statistics requires an understanding of the orientational ordering of water molecules in an ion solution and their contribution to the total free energy. Since water is a polar molecule with its own dipole moment, its total dipole moment arises from the internal and external contributions, the latter modified by the cavity field of neighbouring molecules. In the present paper, we first model a single water molecule as a rigid sphere… CONTINUE READING

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