Eden growth model for aggregation of charged particles
The stochastic Eden model of charged particles aggregation in two-dimensional systems is presented. This model is governed by the following two parameters: screening length of electrostatic interaction, γ, and short-range attraction energy, E. Different patterns of finite and infinite aggregates are observed. They are of the following morphology types: linear or linear with bending, worm-like, DBM (dense-branching morphology), DBM with nucleus, and compact Eden-like. The transition between the different modes of growth is studied and phase diagram of the growth structures is obtained in γ, E co-ordinates. The detailed aggregate structure analysis, including analysis of their scaling properties, is presented. The scheme of the internal inhomogeneous structure of aggregates is proposed. Copyright Società Italiana di Fisica, Springer-Verlag 1999
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Volume (Year): 11 (1999)
Issue (Month): 3 (October)
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