K. Binder, D. Herzbach, J. Horbach, and M. H. Müser,

** Computer simulations of undercooled fluids and glasses, **

in *Materials for Tomorrow*, Eds. S. Gemming, M. Schreiber, and J.-B. Suck (Eds.), pp. 1-32 (Springer, Berlin, 2007).

# Tag: Silica

## On finite-size effects in the simulation of high-pressure, quartz-like structures

C. Campana and M. H. Müser,

**On finite-size effects in the simulation of high-pressure, quartz-like structures,**

High-Press. Res. **24**, 517-523 (2004). (preliminary version).

## On the irreversibility of the pressure-induced phase transition of quartz

C. Campana, M. H. Müser, J. S. Tse, D. Herzbach, and P. Schöffel,

** On the irreversibility of the pressure-induced phase transition of quartz and the relation between three hypothetical post-quartz phases, **

Phys. Rev. B **70**, 224101 (2004); (submitted version).

## High-pressure elasticity of alpha-quartz

M. H. Müser and P. Schöffel,

** Comment on: “High-pressure elasticity of alpha-quartz: Instability and ferroelastic transition”,**

Phys. Rev. Lett. ** 90**, art. nr. 079701 (2003); cond-mat/0009379.

## Average structure vs. real structure

M. H. Müser,

** Average structure vs. real structure: Molecular dynamics studies of silica, **

in * Particle Scattering, X-Ray Diffraction, and Microstructure of Solids and Liquids *, Lecture Notes in Physics Vol. 610, pp. 75-100, K. A. Gernoth and M. L. Ristig (eds.), (Springer, Berlin, 2003); (preprint).

## Local order in beta-quartz and the displacive nature of the alpha-beta transition in quartz

M. H. Müser and K. Binder,

** Local order in beta-quartz and the displacive nature of the alpha-beta transition in quartz: Molecular dynamics studies in the constant stress ensemble,**

Phys. Chem. Miner. **28**, 746-755 (2001).

## Material properties of quartz below the Debye temperature

M. H. Müser,

** Material properties of quartz below the Debye temperature:
A path-integral molecular dynamics study,**

J. Chem. Physics

**114**, 6364 (2001); cond-mat/0011137.

## Path integral Monte Carlo simulation of silicates

Chr. Rickwardt, P. Nielaba, M. H. Müser, and K. Binder,

** Path integral Monte Carlo simulation of silicates,**

Phys. Rev. B ** 63**, 045204 (2001); cond-mat/0010315.