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Crystallization of hard aspherical particles
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10.1063/1.3370345
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Model particles for different values of and built according to the scheme described in the text.

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Crystallizability of aspherical particles characterized in terms of two shape parameters and . Filled circles indicate particles that easily crystallized, while open squares indicate particles that did not. Data include results for 487 total particle geometries, including 85 using , 200 using , 92 using , and 110 using . The solid line is a guide to the eye.

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(a) Rotational mean square displacement for a subset of the particles considered. The solid line is a reference for nearly spherical particles. The dashed line is the result for those particles that easily crystallized and the dotted line shows for those that did not. The data were averaged over 20 realizations in each region under the same pressure . (b) Translational mean square displacement for 20 different particle shapes that failed to easily crystallize.

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Scitation: Crystallization of hard aspherical particles
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/132/13/10.1063/1.3370345
10.1063/1.3370345
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