By Richard C. Alkire, Dieter M. Kolb
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14) for water in contact with a corrugated model surface with different adsorption energies. 3 8, in Fig. 8 A) and a bulk region with constant density (L3; 6 A < z 5 IOA) are distinguished. Results are given for four different adsorption energies. Also shown are the results for a water slab confined between two mercury surfaces. All simulations were performed using the image charge model. Ewald summation in two dimensions was used to treat the long-range interactions. The numbers in parentheses are obtained from the integration of the autocorrelation function up to 50ps (Eq.
In this study, the same model for the water-metal interactions was used as in the preceding study of Li+ and I- hydration [ 1891. The ion-surface interactions, however, were described by a modified image charge potential which was smoothly truncated. The authors discussed in some detail the anisotropy of the hydration complex that is induced by the density inhomogeneities at the interface. In a study of Fe2+ and Fe3+ hydration , 48 E. Spohr IFLi+ c10 6 5 4 3 2 1 -10 -8 -6 -4 -2 z / A Fig. 27.
If the watersurface interaction energy is large, like in the case of metals, the sdc decreases near the interface by about one order of magnitude, because the increased mobility due to the smaller number of hydrogen bonds is more than compensated by the mobility decrease due to the geometrical confinement (which manifests itself in the increased coordination number; see Fig. 19) and the barriers due to surface corrugation. The scatter plots shown in Fig. 12 are a very intuitive approach to investigate the mobility parallel to the surface.
Advances in Electrochemical Science and Engineering Volume 6 by Richard C. Alkire, Dieter M. Kolb