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    Hongyu Zhang, Jizhong Sun, Ali Hamid, Thomas Stirner, Arvind Jadon

    Molecular dynamics simulations of helium clustering and bubble growth under tungsten surfaces

    Computational Materials Science, vol. 163, no. June, pp. 141-147

    2019

    DOI: 10.1016/j.commatsci.2019.03.008

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    We study the surface response of W to helium bombardment using molecular dynamics simulations. Simulations have been performed for incident helium of energy 80 eV and surface temperature 2100 K. The saturation of He retention has been observed to be high, a result of the bubbles trapping helium atoms and preventing them from diffusing to the surface and further back into the plasma. On the other hand, we have observe near-surface “cluster rupture” leading to the expulsion of helium atoms towards the vacuum. We have found that bubbles typically grow in a relatively narrow band of He/V ratios (1–3). Besides, it was observed that tungsten atoms migrated from the top surface into the bulk. The coalescence of helium bubbles has also been observed.

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    Jizhong Sun, Thomas Stirner

    Molecular Dynamics Simulation of the Surface Pressure of Colloidal Monolayers

    Langmuir, vol. 17, no. 10, pp. 3103-3108

    2001

    DOI: 10.1021/la001574k

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    The compression of two-dimensional colloidal monolayers consisting of polystyrene particles at an oil−water interface is investigated theoretically. Expressions for the pair−particle interactions are derived both for point particles and for particles of radius R. The resulting expressions for the interaction energies are employed in a molecular dynamics simulation of the surface pressure of these monolayers. A comparison of the theoretical results with recent observations allows the determination of the dominant interaction mechanisms in the experimental system. Possible physical interpretations of the interaction mechanisms between the particles are discussed.