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== Contents ==
 
== Contents ==
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* Intro Ionic liquids
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* Intro classical force fields (FF)
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* What type of polarizable FF exists (Drude vs. point-dipole)
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* How to parametrize  FFs (polarizable and non-polarizable)
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* Input from ab-initio QM
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* Influence of polarizability on structure and dynamics on ILs
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* Mean-field model of Leontyev et al.
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* charge scaling as a polarization effect
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* Transferability of FFs
  
 
== Literature ==
 
== Literature ==
 
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dommert12a,dommert13b,dommert14a,schroeder10b,leontyev09a,lamoureux03a,anisimov05a
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Latest revision as of 14:37, 14 January 2015

Datum
Thema
Atomistic simulations using classical force fields: Polarizable versus non polarizable force fields
Vortragender
Jonas Weber
Betreuer
Christian Holm, Konrad Breitsprecher

Contents

  • Intro Ionic liquids
  • Intro classical force fields (FF)
  • What type of polarizable FF exists (Drude vs. point-dipole)
  • How to parametrize FFs (polarizable and non-polarizable)
  • Input from ab-initio QM
  • Influence of polarizability on structure and dynamics on ILs
  • Mean-field model of Leontyev et al.
  • charge scaling as a polarization effect
  • Transferability of FFs

Literature