[ADF-LIST] stability of structure through RDF

Hajra Kanwal . 16341510-015 at uog.edu.pk
Mon Jun 1 13:34:57 CEST 2020

How can we say that our structure has become liquid?

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On Sun, May 31, 2020 at 11:33 PM Pascal Brault <
pascal.brault at univ-orleans.fr> wrote:

> Hi
> This RDF looks like a liquid stae.
> Best
> Pascal
>
> Pascal Brault
> DR CNRS
> GREMI UMR7344
> CNRS-Université d’Orléans
>
> Le 31 mai 2020 à 14:39, Hajra Kanwal . <16341510-015 at uog.edu.pk> a écrit :
>
> 
> Dear SCM users,
> if we are studying structural stability of 2D materials through radial
> distribution peaks by varying temperature so we come to knoe=w that at
> which temperature (maximum) this structure would be stable, when RDF peaks
> will completely diminishes and we get almost a straight line? for example i
> am sending the aluminene structure at 3000k but at which temperature we
> should stop doing further calculations or stop increasing temperature?
> because the structure I attached below at 3000k is not much different from
> the structure at 2000k or 1500k.
>
> regards
> hajra
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