Coulomb interactions

Coulomb interactions

[′kü‚läm in·tər′ak·shənz]
(electricity)
Interactions of charged particles associated with the Coulomb forces they exert on one another. Also known as electrostatic interactions.
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One tuning knob exploits the long-range Coulomb interactions, which is enhanced in organic materials.
Rosch, "Interplay between electron-phonon and Coulomb interactions in cuprates," Journal of Physics, vol.
Coulomb interactions were calculated using atomic partial charges obtained via the charge equilibration ([Q.sub.eq]) method proposed by Snurr and coworkers.
The results of the present formalism might be improved by including all interaction matrix elements and constructing the diagonalized interaction matrix, by including three-body force effects, as well as the density-dependent Coulomb interactions. Although the calculations have been limited by the LOCV method (to generate the two-body effective interaction matrix elements), the Ristig-Clark formalism (to construct n(k, [rho]) functions), and the HF inspired scheme (to include correlation effects), the results show how much the inclusion of n(k, [rho]) can be important in the prediction of closed shell properties such as single-nucleon energies.
Physicists and chemists present 27 mini-reviews of their research into Coulomb fluids: from weak to strong couplings, ions at interfaces and in nanoconfinement, complex colloids, biological systems and macromolecular interactions, and disorder effects in Coulomb interactions. Distributed in the US by CRC Press.
NaCl was found to be more effective at screening Coulomb interactions than LiCl (3).
Figure 2 of [1] shows the three types of Coulomb interactions between two electric charges.
Self-assembly in electrospining, on the other hand, is controlled by Coulomb interactions between charged elements of the fluid body.
Long-coherence times, high-fidelity individual-ion control and entanglement-mediating coulomb interactions make trapped-ion qubits a very attractive platform for quantum information processing (qip).
Sarachik, "Universal crossover in variable range hopping with Coulomb interactions," Physical Review Letters, vol.
In a hot and dense fusion plasma, in addition to the Coulomb interactions, the nuclear elastic scattering (NES) is able to role via short-range interactions (hard collisions).
Figure 2 shows the three types of the Coulomb interactions between two electric charges.