The European Physical Journal Special Topics

, Volume 216, Issue 1, pp 165–173 | Cite as

Inversion of sequence of anomalies in core-softened systems with attraction

  • Yu.D. Fomin
  • E.N. Tsiok
  • V.N. RyzhovEmail author
Regular Article


In this paper we present a simulation study of water-like anomalies in a purely repulsive core-softened system and in a system with attraction described in our previous publications. We investigate the anomalous regions for systems with the same functional form of the potentials but with different parameters and show that the order of the region of anomalous diffusion and the region of density anomaly is inverted with increasing the width of the repulsive shoulder and the depth of the attractive well. It is shown that while the density anomaly is always inside the region of the structural anomaly, the diffusion anomaly can change its location depending on the parameters of the potential. In the presence of the attraction in the potential, the system demonstrates the silica-like behavior.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute for High Pressure Physics, Russian Academy of SciencesTroitskMoscow Region, Russia

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