2 article(s) from Holec, David
Melting temperature of gold nanoparticles according to Castro et al.  and Cluskey et al. . One real...
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Visualization of the setting for the estimation the number of next neighbors (coordination number) ...
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Relative coordination number q of an atom at the surface of a spherical particle as function of the...
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Graph of Equation 6. Also in this case, a lower limit for the particle diameter exists (α = β = 1).
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Surface energy for gold nanoparticles as function of the particle diameter according to Gang et al. ...
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Landau’s order parameter M for tin particles of different particle diameters as function of the rad...
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Difference of the surface energy between the solid and the liquid state at the melting temperature ...
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Radial profiles of the density for a fcc metal cluster consisting of 3302 atoms versus the particle...
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Thickness of the liquid and the quasi-liquid transition layer close to the surface of a 18 nm gold ...
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Translational order parameter for gold particles of different particle diameter as function of the ...
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Melting temperature of lead according to Coombes . This figure shows two ranges of melting temperat...
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Surface energy of gold as function of the particle size according to Ali et al. . The graphs show t...
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Results of molecular dynamic calculations of the surface energy of gold . (a) All the results, wher...
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High-resolution electron micrograph of a zirconia, ZrO2, and an alumina, Al2O3 nanoparticles. (a) A...
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Surface energy of the three modifications of titania at a temperature of 300 K as function of the p...
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Surface energy of silver particles as function of the particle diameter . This graph shows the orig...
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Surface energy of aluminum particles as function of the particle diameter . This graph shows both t...
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Binding energy of the atoms in the outmost layer of an Au55 cluster . Additionally, for each coordi...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 2265–2276, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.211
Histograms of the coordination numbers for the two starting configurations crystalline and random. ...
Radial distribution function of gold atoms in the amorphous cluster determined by averaging the num...
Energy release during relaxation of a random ensemble forming a cluster as function of the relaxati...
Development of the maximum and the average coordination number of the originally crystalline cluste...
Total energy of the originally crystalline Au55 cluster as a function of the temperature, relative ...
Energy necessary to remove one atom from an Au55 cluster, which is equivalent to the enthalpy of su...
Surface area per Au55 cluster in the glassy phase as a function of the “cut-off” charge density.
Dependency of the radius of the glassy Au55 cluster on the “cut-off” charge density. The calculated...
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2017, 8, 2221–2229, doi:10.3762/bjnano.8.222
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