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Structural properties of liquid and amorphous Al2O3.2SiO2
(denoted as AS2) have been studied in a model containing 3025 particles
under periodic boundary conditions with the Born-Mayer type pair potentials.
Models have been obtained by cooling from the melt via molecular dynamics
(MD) simulation. Structural properties of an amorphous model obtained at the
temperature of 350 K have been analyzed in details through the partial
radial distribution functions (PRDF), coordination number distribution,
bond-angle distributions and interatomic distances. Calculations show that
calculated data agree well with the experimental ones and with those
obtained previously in other simulation works. The evolution of structure
upon cooling from the melt was observed and discussed. We found a clear
evidence of the existence of triclusters in the system. Diffusion constant
of particles has been calculated and discussed. Calculations presented that
the temperature dependence of diffusion constant D of components in the
system shows an Arrhenius law at temperatures ranged from 2450 K to 4200 K
and it shows a power law,
$D\propto (T-T_C )^\gamma$
, at higher
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