Molecular dynamics simulations were performed in order to investigate the impact of temperature on molecular structure and mass transport properties in the vicinity of silica-water and/or iso-propyl alcohol (IPA) liquid film interfaces. Each of water and IPA liquid molecules form layered structures in the vicinity of the solid. Although temperature has an insignificant effect on the first layer from the solid, the layered structure at higher temperature decays farther away from the second layer comparing with that at lower temperature for both silica-water and silica-IPA systems. Moreover, interfusion of water and IPA molecules between silica substrates was simulated and molecular coverage on the substrates are analyzed for temperatures of 300 K and 350 K.

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