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dc.contributor.authorRaiteri, Paolo
dc.contributor.authorDemichelis, Raffaella
dc.contributor.authorGale, Julian
dc.identifier.citationRaiteri, P. and Demichelis, R. and Gale, J. 2015. Thermodynamically Consistent Force Field for Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Alkaline-Earth Carbonates and Their Aqueous Speciation. Journal of Physical Chemistry. 119 (43): pp. 24447-24458.

In recent years atomistic simulations have become increasingly important in providing molecular insight to complement experiments. Even for the seemingly simple case of ion-pair formation a detailed atomistic picture of the structure and relative stability of the contact, solvent-shared and solvent-separated ion pairs can only be readily achieved by computer simulation. Here a new force field parametrization for the alkaline-earth carbonate interactions in water has been developed by fitting against experimental thermodynamic and structural data. We demonstrate that the present force field can accurately reproduce the dynamics and thermodynamics of the ions in solution, which is the key to producing quantitatively accurate data that can be compared against experiment.

dc.titleThermodynamically Consistent Force Field for Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Alkaline-Earth Carbonates and Their Aqueous Speciation
dc.typeJournal Article
dcterms.source.titleJournal of Physical Chemistry

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