Temperature Dependent Adsorption Dynamics of Binary Mixtures of Halomethanes on Graphite and alpha-quartz Surfaces
Using atomistic molecular dynamics simulations, we have investigated the structure and dynamics of binary mixtures of halomethanes (CF4, CF3Cl, and CF3Br) as a function of temperature on two structurally and chemically different surfaces. The initial distribution of the binary mixtures is either they are uniformly mixed or a layer or layers of one component is placed on top of a layer or layers of the other component. As a function of temperature (below and above the melting temperature of CF4) and the two surface types, we observed a marked change on the concentration, dynamics, orientation, and structure of each of the components in the first layer of the binary mixtures next to the surfaces.
Tsige, Mesfin, "Temperature Dependent Adsorption Dynamics of Binary Mixtures of Halomethanes on Graphite and alpha-quartz Surfaces" (2009). Polymer Science Faculty Research. 378.
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