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The main interest of the Physics of Complex Liquids group is the use, extension, development and application of molecular modelling techniques to understand the thermodynamic behaviour, with particular emphasis on phase equilibria and interfacial properties, of complex systems such as associating fluids (water, hydrates, etc.), chain-like molecules (alkanes), amphiphilic substances, polymers, and liquid crystals, among others.

The common theme of research is the understanding of complex systems, at a molecular level, using statistical mechanical theories, such as perturbation theory, density functional theory (DFT) and the SAFT formalism, and molecular simulation (Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamic methods).

Exmaples of the use of such methods have been published by our Group in the literature, including development and application of SAFT for many systems of theoretical and industrial interest, such as the extension fo the theory to deal with solid phases of chainlike molecules, combination of SAFT with DFT to deal with interfacial properties of complex systems, study of the phase behaviour of different liquid crystal models, and development of new methodologies and its application to determine the interfacial tension of complex systems, such as LJ and SW chainlike molecules, associating systems, mixtures, etc.

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    Universidad de Huelva
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