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Pair diffusion, hydrodynamic interactions, and available volume in dense fluids
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10.1063/1.4732515
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Pair diffusion coefficient D(r) for two freely diffusing Brownian particles of diameter 1 with periodic boundary conditions. Results for different grid sizes Δr = 0.004 (plus), 0.032 (cross), 0.024 (star), 0.016 (square) are compared to the exact value 2D 0 = 0.1 (horizontal line). The vertical solid line marks the contact distance r = 1. To assess artifacts from periodic boundary conditions, the vertical dashed lines mark distances r = L/2, , and , where centered spheres touch the faces, edges, and corners of the cubic simulation box, respectively.

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Green's functions G(r, t|r, 0) from simulations (symbols) and diffusion model (lines). G(r, t|r, 0) is shown as a function of the pair distance r at packing fraction ϕ = 0.325. We use an observation time of t = 20 to obtain diffusion model parameters, combining results for lag times Δt = 1, 2, …, 20. The arrow in the top panel reflects increasing r = 1, 2, …, 7. Same color scheme is used for middle and bottom panels.

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Dependence of D(r) on diffusion model parameters. Pair diffusion coefficient D(r) versus distance r for a hard sphere fluid at packing fraction ϕ = 0.35 obtained for different (top) grid sizes Δr (with fixed observation time t = 20) and (bottom) observation times t (with fixed grid size Δr = 0.1). The lag time is Δt = 1 consistently.

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Pair diffusion for a hard-sphere fluid. (Top) Calculated pair diffusion coefficient D(r) versus distance r with increasing packing fraction ϕ (symbols). Lines are the predictions of hydrodynamic theory (see text). (Bottom) Normalized pair diffusion coefficient D(r)/2D 0, where D 0 is the self-diffusivity for a given ϕ. Symbols are our calculations, the thick line is the exact hydrodynamic theory,25,26 and the dashed line is the Oseen approximation.

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Relation between fluid structure and dynamics. (Top) Pair diffusion coefficient D(r) (symbols connected by lines) and scaled pair correlation function g a (r) = g(r)/a (lines) versus distance r where a is an arbitrary scaling factor used to match D(r) and g a (r) at large r. (Bottom) D(r) as a function of the local fractional available volume P 0(r) (symbols; increasing packing fractions from right to left). The line is 2D 0 versus P 0 averaged over the entire system.

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Scitation: Pair diffusion, hydrodynamic interactions, and available volume in dense fluids
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/137/3/10.1063/1.4732515
10.1063/1.4732515
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