Amorphous Metallic Alloys by Burton (Auth.)

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Such liquid models are now constructed routinely in the computer, using computer simulation techniques which, within the limitations of the assumed potential function, result in sample molecular assemblies which are consistent with the required equilibrium Gibbs ensemble. For non-crystalline solids (which are non-equilibrium assemblies) the use of such techniques is problematical {see below). Initially, we prefer to consider simpler approaches which illustrate more clearly the structural principles of non-crystalline dense structures.

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