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 The problem with this approach is that the lack of any surfaces makes it very hard for the liquid phase to nucleate in a small cell and within a reasonable simulation time. In such a simulation, melting will typically be observed only at temperatures significantly above $T_m$. The problem with this approach is that the lack of any surfaces makes it very hard for the liquid phase to nucleate in a small cell and within a reasonable simulation time. In such a simulation, melting will typically be observed only at temperatures significantly above $T_m$.
  
-{{ :​exercise:​mm_uzh:​folded.png?​700 |Half-molten Cu slab.}}+{{ folded.png?​700 |Half-molten Cu slab.}}
  
 Here, we will use the so-called //phase coexistence technique// developed by [[doi>​10.1007/​978-94-011-1729-6|Ercolessi et al.]]. Here, we will use the so-called //phase coexistence technique// developed by [[doi>​10.1007/​978-94-011-1729-6|Ercolessi et al.]].
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