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Multicomponent ballistic transport in narrow single wall carbon nanotubes: Analytic model and molecular dynamics simulations
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10.1063/1.3532083
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FIG. 1.

Simulation system with white/black (yellow/blue online) molecules moving from CV1/CV2 through a nanotube of length L.

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FIG. 2.

Testing directional symmetry of single species transport with varying tube length. Transport probability of from CV1 (CV2) to CV2 (CV1) vs counter diffusion of through a (6,6) SWNT of L = 30, 50, and 70 Å and bars (red diamonds). Eight more simulations of through a (6,6) SWNT (L = 100Å) are shown. Pressure values of = 10, 19, 23, 32, 37, 56, 74, 93 bars were given to both CVs and the results shown with black circular symbols with increasing pressures left to right on the figure. Error bars are shown on selected symbols. The solid curve represents the transport probability obtained from the single-file transport theory. This curve represents transport probability of molecules from CV1 to CV2 vs counter diffusion of molecules transporting from CV2 to CV1 for the case where i = 1, j = 2 and in the opposite direction for i = 2, j = 1.

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FIG. 3.

Varying pressure: transport probability of through a (6,6) SWNT (L = 100 Å) from CV1(CV2) to CV2(CV1) vs counter diffusion of under pressure gradients (open symbols). Transport probabilities of with =10, 19, 23, 32, 37, 56, 74, 93 bars (were also shown in Fig. 2 are added for comparison (filled circles). The solid curve represents the transport probability obtained from the single-file transport theory.

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FIG. 4.

Transport probability of from CV1 to CV2 vs counter-diffusion parameter in a single-component system (k = ) (•), in a bicomponent mixture (k= , ) (□), and in a triple-component mixture (k = , , ) (♦). The pressure values are: = = 10, 19, 37, 56, 74, 93 bars. The partial fixed pressures are: = = 37 bars (in the binary and ternary cases) and = = 19 bars (in the ternary case). The solid curve represents the transport probability obtained from the single-file transport theory.

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FIG. 5.

Transport probability of q= from CV1 to CV2 vs counter-diffusion parameter, in a single-component system (k=)□, in a bicomponent mixture (k= , ) (•), and in a triple-component mixture (k= , , ) (♦). The pressure values are: = =10, 19, 37, 56, 74, 93 bars, partial pressures are: = = 19 bars, and = = 37 bars. The transport probability of q = in a single-component system (k= ) (▵), in a binary mixture (k = , ) (▪), and in a triple molecular mixture (k= , , ) (○) are also shown. The pressure values are: = = 10, 19, 37, 56, 74, 93 bars, fixed partial pressures are: = = 19 bars and = = 37 bars. The solid curve represents the transport probability obtained from the single-file transport theory.

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Scitation: Multicomponent ballistic transport in narrow single wall carbon nanotubes: Analytic model and molecular dynamics simulations
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/134/4/10.1063/1.3532083
10.1063/1.3532083
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