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What is Liquid ? [in two dimensions]

@inproceedings{Travis2021WhatIL,
  title={What is Liquid ? [in two dimensions]},
  author={Karl P Travis and William Graham Hoover and Carol Griswold Hoover and Amanda Bailey Hass},
  year={2021}
}
We consider the practicalities of defining, simulating, and characterizing “Liquids” from a pedagogical standpoint based on atomistic computer simulations. For simplicity and clarity we study two-dimensional systems throughout. In addition to the infinite-ranged Lennard-Jones 12/6 potential we consider two shorter-ranged families of pair potentials. At zero pressure one of them includes just nearest neighbors. The other longer-ranged family includes twelve additional neighbors. We find that… 

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