How do hydrogen bonds break in supercooled water?: Detecting pathways not going through the saddle point of two-dimensional potential of mean force

16 Jun 2018 Kikutsuji Takuma Kim Kang Matubayasi Nobuyuki

Supercooled water exhibits remarkably slow dynamics similar to the behavior observed for various glass-forming liquids. The local order of tetrahedral structures due to hydrogen-bonds (H-bonds) increases with decreasing temperature... (read more)

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  • DISORDERED SYSTEMS AND NEURAL NETWORKS
  • SOFT CONDENSED MATTER
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