Monte Carlo Simulation of Microemulsion Phase Transitions by Solvent Accessible Surface Area

Results of lattice Monte Carlo simulation are presented for the behavior of a mixture of oil‐water‐amphiphile in different conditions

Reza Behjatmanesh-Ardakani

2015

Scholarcy highlights

  • Results of lattice Monte Carlo simulation are presented for the behavior of a mixture of oil‐water‐amphiphile in different conditions
  • The phase transitions between different types of microemulsion are modeled, in a qualitative manner, using the concept of solvent accessible surface area
  • Periodic boundary conditions and excluded volumes are used to mimic the box of simulation as a bulk of solution
  • All of the results are in good qualitative agreement with previous theoretical and experimental results
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