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Molecular dynamics

Introduction: Molecular dynamics

Description of Molecular dynamics

Molecular dynamics: standard computational technique used following the temporal evolution of a system of particles, interacting with each other by means of a certain law; various phenomena can be studied such as phase transitions, liquid structure, defects in solids (vacancies, dislocations, grain boundaries, etc), amorphous materials, surfaces, clusters; the interplay between structure and dynamics of molecules and how these influence function.
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