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Silica

Computer simulations of undercooled fluids and glasses

K. Binder, D. Herzbach, J. Horbach, and M. H. Müser,
Computer simulations of undercooled fluids and glasses,
in Materials for Tomorrow, Eds. S. Gemming, M. Schreiber, and J.-B. Suck (Eds.), pp. 1-32 (Springer, Berlin, 2007).



On finite-size effects in the simulation of high-pressure, quartz-like structures

C. Campana and M. H. Müser,
On finite-size effects in the simulation of high-pressure, quartz-like structures,
High-Press. Res. 24, 517-523 (2004). (preliminary version).



On the irreversibility of the pressure-induced phase transition of quartz

C. Campana, M. H. Müser, J. S. Tse, D. Herzbach, and P. Schöffel,
On the irreversibility of the pressure-induced phase transition of quartz and the relation between three hypothetical post-quartz phases,
Phys. Rev. B 70, 224101 (2004); (submitted version).



High-pressure elasticity of alpha-quartz

M. H. Müser and P. Schöffel,
Comment on: “High-pressure elasticity of alpha-quartz: Instability and ferroelastic transition”,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 90, art. nr. 079701 (2003); cond-mat/0009379.



Average structure vs. real structure

M. H. Müser,
Average structure vs. real structure: Molecular dynamics studies of silica,
in Particle Scattering, X-Ray Diffraction, and Microstructure of Solids and Liquids , Lecture Notes in Physics Vol. 610, pp. 75-100, K. A. Gernoth and M. L. Ristig (eds.), (Springer, Berlin, 2003); (preprint).



Local order in beta-quartz and the displacive nature of the alpha-beta transition in quartz

M. H. Müser and K. Binder,
Local order in beta-quartz and the displacive nature of the alpha-beta transition in quartz: Molecular dynamics studies in the constant stress ensemble,
Phys. Chem. Miner. 28, 746-755 (2001).



Material properties of quartz below the Debye temperature

M. H. Müser,
Material properties of quartz below the Debye temperature:
A path-integral molecular dynamics study,

J. Chem. Physics 114, 6364 (2001); cond-mat/0011137.



Path integral Monte Carlo simulation of silicates

Chr. Rickwardt, P. Nielaba, M. H. Müser, and K. Binder,
Path integral Monte Carlo simulation of silicates,
Phys. Rev. B 63, 045204 (2001); cond-mat/0010315.