Our work concerns interaction spherical study of three toxic products, bromobenzene, tetrachloroethylene, and 4-hydroxy-chromene-2-one; using the Leap Frog algorithm, we calculated new values of cut-off of the box through Lennard-Jones potential parameters. This model was adapted to allow the determination of the characteristics for the SP1, SP2 and SP3 state points and was applied to study the properties for the three products by molecular dynamics. This method provides an advantage to confirm the structure–activity relationship for these compounds. We calculated the thermodynamic and structural properties for both canonical NVT and isothermal–isobaric NPT ensembles of these products. Numerical system results have been compared with both experimental data and recent investigation theoretical. Our simulation model isobaric–isothermal system gives accurate results, and comparing with the canonical system, this model agrees very well with the experimental data. We aim to demonstrate that the classical approach with a low statistical uncertainty for liquid toxic leads to data in very good agreement with experiment or other types of calculations. We obtained a good prediction of the thermodynamic properties. We hope that this model with a lower threshold to 2.5σ could be an effective starting material for studying the properties of complex systems.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 1, 2013
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