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Finally, we present an overview and discuss phase diagrams that have been determined using free-energy calculations in Monte Carlo simulations for binary mixtures of hard spheres and hard anisotropic particles. II. PREDICTING CANDIDATE CRYSTAL STRUCTURES Predicting the structures from the interactions and the shape of the colloidal building blocks alone is vital for exploiting self-assembly and a major computational challenge. ” Hence, it is not surprising that the subject of crystal structure prediction has received much attention from the scientific community over the last several decades.
The lattice positions of the Einstein crystal should resemble the equilibrium positions of the particles in the crystal phase of interest. The equilibrium position for each particle can be obtained by averaging the instantaneous positions of the particles in a simulation of the crystal structure. Using the Einstein crystal as a reference state, the next step is to construct a reversible path from the crystal phase to the Einstein crystal without crossing a first-order phase transition. For a system of particles that interact via hard-core potentials, one can switch on the harmonic springs, while keeping the hard-core interactions between the particles.
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