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In particular, we can easily examine the contribution of a particular region of configuration space to the thermodynamics by restricting the sum in Eq. 25) [ 1371. For example, the microcanonical and canonical probabilities of finding the system in a region “A” are Secondly, for systems with large free energy barriers between low-energy states it can be difficult to calculate the low-temperature thermodynamic properties with standard simulation techniques, because the barriers hinder ergodicity.
The two pathways differ in a number of ways. First, the LJ75 path is longer, more complicated and higher in energy. Second, at its highest points the LJ3* pathway passes through disordered structures [ 130,2141, whereas all the minima along the LJ75 pathway are ordered. Indeed, a quasi-fivefold axis is retained throughout the pathway, as has also been observed in MD simulations of a decahedral to icosahedral transition in gold [215,216] and in LJ55 . 44 DAVID J. WALES ET AL. 8. The lowest-barrier path between the global minimum and the second lowestenergy minimum for (a) LJ38 and (b) LJ75.
For example, the microcanonical and canonical caloric curves follow from l/kT(E) = alnR(E)/aE and U ( T )= -8 In Z (T ) / a p , respectively. The resulting harmonic expressions can be found in Ref. 136 and Ref. 152 and the anharmonic expressions in Ref. 137. 28 DAVID J. WALES ET AL. D. Master Equation Dynamics The interwell dynamics of a complex PES represents a set of coupled differential equations that we solve using the master equation [ 153,1541. The first applications to clusters were made by Kunz and co-workers [57,58,155,156].