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One of the most important aspects of solid materials is the regularity of the arrangement of the constituent molecules, that is, the long-range order. The focus of this book is on the contribution made by the ordering of bond orientations (as distinguished from the orientations of the molecules themselves) on the behavior of condensed systems, particularly their phase transitions. Examples in which bond-orientational effects play an important role are liquid crystals, quasicrystals, and two-dimensional crystals. This book contains contributions by many of the foremost researchers in the field. The chapters are tutorial reviews of the subject, written both for the active researcher looking for a review of a topic and for the graduate student investigating an exciting area of research. The contributions include an overview by J.D. Brock, Cornell; a discussion of computer simulation studies by K.J. Strandburg, Argonne; chapters on phase transition in hexatic liquid crystals by C.C. Huang, Minnesota and C.A. Murray, Texas A & M; and chapters on quasicrystals by S. Sachdev, Yale, M.V. Jaric, A.I. Goldman, Iowa State, and T.-L. Ho, Ohio State.
|Statement||edited by Katherine J. Strandburg|
|Series||Partially Ordered Systems, Partially ordered systems|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xii, 388 pages 163 illustrations).|
|Number of Pages||388|
|ISBN 10||1461276802, 1461228123|
|ISBN 10||9781461276807, 9781461228127|
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: Bond-Orientational Order in Condensed Matter Systems (Partially Ordered Systems) (): Katherine J. Strandburg, D.R. Nelson: Books. One of the most important aspects of solid materials is the regularity of the arrangement of the constituent molecules, that is, the long-range order.
The focus of this book is on the contribution made by the ordering of bond orientations (as distinguished from the orientations of the molecules themselves) on the behavior of condensed systems, particularly their phase transitions. Examples in which bond-orientational effects play an important role are liquid crystals, quasicrystals, and two-dimensional crystals.
This book contains contributions by many of the foremost researchers in the field. The chapters are tutorial reviews of the subject. Bond-orientational order / Joel D.
Brock --Computer simulation studies of bond-orientational order / Katherine J. Strandburg --Nature of phase transitions related to stacked hexatic phases in liquid crystals / C.C. Huang --Experimental studies of melting and hexatic order in two-dimensional colloidal suspensions / Cherry A.
Murray --Faceting in. Density Wave Orientational Order Hexatic Phase Positional Order Smectic Liquid Crystal. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.
This is Cited by: Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external Bond-Orientational Order in Condensed Matter Systems book Katherine Strandburg. Title:Bond orientational ordering in liquids: Towards a unified description of water-like anomalies, liquid-liquid transition, glass transition, and crystallization.
Abstract: There are at least three fundamental states of matter, depending upon temperature and pressure: gas, liquid, and solid (crystal).Cited by: Bond-orientational order in molecular-dynamics simulations of supercooled liquids and in models of metallic glasses is studied.
Quadratic and third-order invariants formed from bond spherical harmonics allow quantitative measures of cluster symmetries in these systems. at least in these model glass-forming systems there is growing structural order (e.g., bond orientational order), which has a link to dynamic heterogeneity in a supercooled liquid state.
We also note that similar crystal-like order was also observed in a supercooled state of 2D magnetic colloids both experimentally and numerically . For weakly disordered systems, slow regions are characterized by high bond orientational order, which has a link to the bond orientational order of the equilibrium crystal structure.
For strongly disordered systems, a local version of the structural entropy defined by the two-point density correlation, s 2 (r), turns out to be a good static Cited by: Bond-Orientational Order in Condensed Matter Systems.
[Katherine J Strandburg] -- One of the most important aspects of solid materials is the regularity of the arrangement of the constituent molecules, that is, the long-range order.
bond orientational order. [¦bänd ‚ȯrēən¦tāshənəl ′ȯrdər] (physics) An ordering of atoms or molecules in an intermediate state of condensed matter in which the atoms or molecules are distributed at random, as in a fluid or glass, but the condensed matter is Bond-Orientational Order in Condensed Matter Systems book anisotropic on a macroscopic scale.
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This broad grasp of the fundamentals lends insight and helps. In the current work, we examine the formation of this quasicrystal using bond orientational order parameters, correlation functions and tiling distributions.
We find that this dodecagonal quasicrystal forms from a fluid phase. We further study the effect of the width of the repulsive shoulder by simulating the system over a range of values of δ.
Bond‐orientational order (BOO) is described in terms of combinations of spherical harmonic functions. Liquid Si is found to have pronounced short‐range BOO corresponding to l =3, as expected for a structure with local tetrahedral by: Condensed Matter — Open Access Journal.
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Local structure characterization with the bond-orientational order parameters q 4, q 6, introduced by Steinhardt et al.
[Phys. Rev. B 28, ()] has become a standard tool in condensed matter physics, with applications including glass, jamming, melting or crystallization transitions, and cluster formation.
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For a system interacting with hard-core repulsions, the constraint is intrinsically of geometrical origin and thus the basic physics is the same as nematic ordering of Cited by: The book is a basic reference work for students, researchers, and lecturers in any area of solid-state physics.
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