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Computation of charge distribution and electrostatic potential in silicates with the use of chemical potential equalization models

Toon Verstraelen UGent, Sergey V Sukhomlinov, Veronique Van Speybroeck UGent, Michel Waroquier UGent and Konstantin S Smirnov (2012) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C. 116(1). p.490-504
abstract
New parameters for the electronegativity equalization model (EEM) and the split-charge equilibration (SQE) model are calibrated for silicate materials, based on an extensive training set of representative isolated systems. In total, four calibrations are carried out, two for each model, either using iterative Hirshfeld (HI) charges or ESP grid data computed with density functional theory (DFT) as a reference. Both the static (ground state) reference quantities and their responses to uniform electric fields are included in the fitting procedure. The EEM model fails to describe the response data, whereas the SQE model quantitatively reproduces all of the training data. For the ESP-based parameters, we found that the reference ESP data are only useful at those grid points where the electron density is lower than 0.001 a.u. The density value correlates with a distance criterion used for selecting grid points in common ESP fitting schemes. All parameters are validated with DFT computations on an independent set of isolated systems (similar to the training set), and on a set of periodic systems including dense and microporous crystalline silica structures, zirconia, and zirconium silicate. Although the transferability of the parameters to new isolated systems poses no difficulties, the atomic hardness parameters in the HI-based models must be corrected to obtain accurate results for periodic systems. The SQE/ESP model permits the calculation of the ESP with similar accuracy in both isolated and periodic systems.
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POLARIZABLE FORCE-FIELDS, MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS SIMULATIONS, FLUCTUATING CHARGE, AB-INITIO, ATOMIC CHARGES, POINT-CHARGE, ELECTRONEGATIVITY, WATER, PARAMETERIZATION, DENSITY
journal title
JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C
J. Phys. Chem. C
volume
116
issue
1
pages
490 - 504
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Article
Web of Science id
000298978700062
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MATERIALS SCIENCE, MULTIDISCIPLINARY
JCR impact factor
4.814 (2012)
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26/239 (2012)
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1 (2012)
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1932-7447
DOI
10.1021/jp210129r
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English
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1997774
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1997774
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2012-01-20 09:35:30
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  abstract     = {New parameters for the electronegativity equalization model (EEM) and the split-charge equilibration (SQE) model are calibrated for silicate materials, based on an extensive training set of representative isolated systems. In total, four calibrations are carried out, two for each model, either using iterative Hirshfeld (HI) charges or ESP grid data computed with density functional theory (DFT) as a reference. Both the static (ground state) reference quantities and their responses to uniform electric fields are included in the fitting procedure. The EEM model fails to describe the response data, whereas the SQE model quantitatively reproduces all of the training data. For the ESP-based parameters, we found that the reference ESP data are only useful at those grid points where the electron density is lower than 0.001 a.u. The density value correlates with a distance criterion used for selecting grid points in common ESP fitting schemes. All parameters are validated with DFT computations on an independent set of isolated systems (similar to the training set), and on a set of periodic systems including dense and microporous crystalline silica structures, zirconia, and zirconium silicate. Although the transferability of the parameters to new isolated systems poses no difficulties, the atomic hardness parameters in the HI-based models must be corrected to obtain accurate results for periodic systems. The SQE/ESP model permits the calculation of the ESP with similar accuracy in both isolated and periodic systems.},
  author       = {Verstraelen, Toon and Sukhomlinov, Sergey V and Van Speybroeck, Veronique and Waroquier, Michel and Smirnov, Konstantin S},
  issn         = {1932-7447},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C},
  keyword      = {POLARIZABLE FORCE-FIELDS,MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS SIMULATIONS,FLUCTUATING CHARGE,AB-INITIO,ATOMIC CHARGES,POINT-CHARGE,ELECTRONEGATIVITY,WATER,PARAMETERIZATION,DENSITY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {490--504},
  title        = {Computation of charge distribution and electrostatic potential in silicates with the use of chemical potential equalization models},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp210129r},
  volume       = {116},
  year         = {2012},
}

Chicago
Verstraelen, Toon, Sergey V Sukhomlinov, Veronique Van Speybroeck, Michel Waroquier, and Konstantin S Smirnov. 2012. “Computation of Charge Distribution and Electrostatic Potential in Silicates with the Use of Chemical Potential Equalization Models.” Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116 (1): 490–504.
APA
Verstraelen, T., Sukhomlinov, S. V., Van Speybroeck, V., Waroquier, M., & Smirnov, K. S. (2012). Computation of charge distribution and electrostatic potential in silicates with the use of chemical potential equalization models. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 116(1), 490–504.
Vancouver
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Verstraelen T, Sukhomlinov SV, Van Speybroeck V, Waroquier M, Smirnov KS. Computation of charge distribution and electrostatic potential in silicates with the use of chemical potential equalization models. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C. 2012;116(1):490–504.
MLA
Verstraelen, Toon, Sergey V Sukhomlinov, Veronique Van Speybroeck, et al. “Computation of Charge Distribution and Electrostatic Potential in Silicates with the Use of Chemical Potential Equalization Models.” JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C 116.1 (2012): 490–504. Print.