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what ATOMISTIC SIMULATIONS
  1. Introduction: [ Background ][Analytic] [ Numerical ] [ Computational Condensed Matter ] [ Statistical Mechanics ]
  2. Go for it: [What we do ] [ ctd ] [How we do it ] [ Details ]

what ATOMISTIC VISUALIZATIONS
  1. Visualization: [ Why? ] [ How? ] [Dots, spheres and sticks]
  2. Objects: [ Atoms, spins, liquid crystals and polymers ]
  3. Special techniques I: [ Color change for type or position]

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BULK and SURFACE MELTING: with E. Polturak, A. Kanigel, S. Sorkin and P. Bavli
[ Copper (fcc)][ Vanadium (bcc) ][ Magnesium (HCP) ]

what CARBON - DIAMOND, GRAPHITE, FULLERENES, NANOTUBES, NANODIAMOND, NANOGRAPHITE etc.
  1. Basics: [sp2/sp3] Special techniques II:[ Bond and atom color change for environmment] [ Allotropes - Fullerenes ]
  2. Carbon phase diagram: [Movie] [General] [Experimental, before 1967] [Thermodynamic limit] [Clearer image] [Nanoregime]
  3. Nanodiamond and nanographite: [Movies and comparisons ][ ctd ][ ctd ]
  4. Nanotube: [Introduction] [Diffusion in nanotubes] [Nanotubes as NEMS]

CONCLUSIONS ------ NANOTUBE CROCHET PROJECT ------ and to all of you
Projects supported by ISF, GIF, BSF and RBNI and Tali's simulations by HPC-Europa at Stuttgart.



  • Visualization Techniques:[Change atom color] [Change bond color] [Rotate/Remove] [Change bond length] [Tracks] [Zoom] [Slice]
  • Boston Colloquium with nanotube details: [Index]
  • For fun:[Benzene in nanotube (Tali Mutat)] [c60 with methane( Tali Mutat)][Bending tube(Polina Pine)]