I'm looking for a software or software package (for example C/C++) that can simulate a lot (say thousands at least) of molecules in action (ie. in movement or attached to say static walls). I have ...
As the title says. It is common sense that sharp things cut, but how do they work at the atomical level?
Most derivations I have seen of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation are made using wave-functions. To understand it better, I was trying to write a derivation using Dirac notation, but I am stuck. I am ...
Imagine a large diameter piston filled with water connected to a small funnel. When you press on the piston slowly but with considerable force the water will move very quickly from the funnel in form ...
Why is the canonical ($NVT$) ensemble often used for (classical) molecular dynamics (MD) simulations?
Molecular dynamics (MD) simulation is a common approach to the (classical) many-body problem. It relies on integration of Newton's equations of motion to simulate the trajectories of many (e.g., ...
I heard today that deuterium for nuclear fusion could be extracted from the Oceans, in which it is present in "heavy water." I heard this claim: "Deuterium is distributed uniformly with Ocean ...
How could I introduce sound wave in molecular dynamics or dissipative dynamic particles? What do specify which is applicable between molecular dynamics and dissipative particle dynamics? problem is ...