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Simulation Predictions of non-Linear Optics at Solid-Liquid Interfaces

Předota M, Kroutil O, Biriukov D, Pezzoti S, Marchioro A, Bischoff M, Gaigeot M-P & Roke S

Předota M, Kroutil O, Biriukov D, Pezzoti S, Marchioro A, Bischoff M, Gaigeot M-P & Roke S (2020) Goldschmidt Abstracts, 2020 2120

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Milan Předota View all 2 abstracts at Goldschmidt2020
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Simone Pezzoti
Arianna Marchioro
Marie Bischoff
Marie-Pierre Gaigeot
Silvie Roke

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Submitted by Jean-François Boily on
Hi Milan, I'm glad to see that you used the Willard-Chandler approach for finding interfacial boundaries. Any chance you looked at free OH orientations at the air/water interface using this approach? Jean-François
Not in detail in this study, though we have both the AIMD and CMD trajectories to do the analysis. Would the analysis with respect to the (average) surface normal satify you or would you rather like to see it with the (harder to define) local interfacial plane?

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