Formation dynamics of jumps in systems of charged particles
The results of numerical studies of the dynamics of two similarly charged particles in an external electric field are presented. The formation of “jumps” (i.e., spontaneous changes in the positions) of the particles in a stable quasi-equilibrium state of the system has been analyzed in detail. Both dynamical and structural properties of the systems being modeled have been found to change significantly with rising particle temperature near some critical coupling parameter.
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