Schematic diagram of single site associating model.
The particle number probability distributions at coexistence for a series of temperatures for an associating fluid with . Curves from bottom to top are for through in increments of 0.025.
Prewetting coexistence curves for different associating strengths. Statistical error is smaller than the symbol size.
Local density profile for coexistence thick and thin films: (a) at , (b) for . Thick films are represented by the filled symbols whereas open symbols are for thin films.
Coexistence pressure of thin-thick film of associating fluids with different associating strengths as a function of the inverse of temperature.
Monomer fraction for coexistence thin and thick films for different association strengths. Filled symbols represent the thin film and open symbols represent the thick film. Error bars are smaller than the symbol size.
Coexistence monomer fraction profile for thick and thin films of associating fluid with at different temperatures. Filled symbols represent the thick film and open symbols represent the thin film.
Orientational order profile of coexistence thin and thick films at for different association strengths. Symbols square, circle and triangle represent , 6, and 8, respectively.
Difference of bulk saturation chemical potential and prewetting chemical potential vs temperature for one site associating fluids.
Difference of bulk saturation chemical potential and prewetting chemical potential vs temperature in a scaled form as per Eq. (8).
System size dependence of the boundary tension for . Data points from top to bottom are from through in increments of 0.025. Lines provide an extrapolation to the infinite system size.
Infinite system size boundary tension vs temperature for various association strengths. Curves serve as a guide to the eye. The inset represents the infinite system size boundary tension vs reduced temperature for different associating strengths. Symbols square, circle, triangle, diamond and star represent boundary tension for associating strength , 4, 6, 8, and 10, respectively.
Wetting temperature, , and critical prewetting temperature, , for various association strength, . Errors associated with these temperatures are less than 1%.
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