Static Properties of Liquid Neon from Molecular Dynamics Simulation



The surface tension, mean square force and cordination number of liquid Neon are calculated from Molecular Dynamics simulation using the Lennard-Jones pair potential in this work. The surface tension, the mean square force and the packing fraction decreases as temperature increases and density decreases. The cordination number at all investigated densities and temperatures fluctuate about a mean value. The calculated diffusion coefficients compared well with the diffusion coefficient obtained from Levesque and Verlet interpolation formula.

Keywords. Molecular dynamics simulations; Surface tension; Cordination number; Packing fraction; Neon

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