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Thermodynamic and dynamic anomalies in a one-dimensional lattice model of liquid water
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10.1063/1.3522772
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Temperature of maximum density (TMD) in the μ ≡ μ(T, P) vs μ ≡ μ(T, P) phase diagram, for μ ≡ μ(T, P). Note that the TMD starts in the low pressure critical point at (μ ≡ μ(T, P),μ ≡ μ(T, P)) and ends in the high temperature second critical point at (μ ≡ μ(T, P),μ ≡ μ(T, P)).

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FIG. 2.

The temperature dependence of μ ≡ μ(T, P) (a), μ ≡ μ(T, P) and μ ≡ μ(T, P) is shown on the left side for μ ≡ μ(T, P) (dashdot), μ ≡ μ(T, P) (dash), and μ ≡ μ(T, P) (solid). The pressure dependence of the same quantities is shown on right side for μ ≡ μ(T, P) (solid), μ ≡ μ(T, P) (dash), and μ ≡ μ(T, P) (dashdot). Units are the same used in Fig. 1.

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FIG. 3.

Isothermal compressibility μ ≡ μ(T, P) as a function of temperature at same pressures as in Fig. 2: μ ≡ μ(T, P) (solid), μ ≡ μ(T, P) (dashed), and μ ≡ μ(T, P) (dashdot).

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FIG. 4.

Thermal expansion coefficient μ ≡ μ(T, P) as a function of pressure at temperatures μ ≡ μ(T, P) (solid), μ ≡ μ(T, P) (dashed), and μ ≡ μ(T, P) (dashdot).

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FIG. 5.

Self-diffusion constant as a function of density at fixed temperature.

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FIG. 6.

The location of the maximum (filled circles) and minimum (empty circles) values of the self-diffusion constant are compared to the line of temperature of maximum density (line) in the μ ≡ μ(T, P) vs μ ≡ μ(T, P) phase diagram.

Tables

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Table I.

Value of various quantities while approaching the transition at μ ≡ μ(T, P) through different limits. Only the temperature dependence is presented for μ ≡ μ(T, P) and μ ≡ μ(T, P).

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Scitation: Thermodynamic and dynamic anomalies in a one-dimensional lattice model of liquid water
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/134/2/10.1063/1.3522772
10.1063/1.3522772
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