%0 Journal Article
%J Journal of Physics-Condensed Matter
%D 2010
%T Perturbation theory for solid-liquid interfacial free energies
%A Warshavsky, V. B.
%A Song, X. Y.
%K classical solids
%K crystal-melt interfaces
%K density-functional theory
%K embedded-atom method
%K fluid
%K fundamental measure-theory
%K metals
%K point
%K surface-tension
%K vapor
%M ISI:000281422500014
%P 364112
%R 10.1088/0953-8984/22/36/364112
%U ://000281422500014
%V 22
%X A perturbation theory is developed to calculate solid-liquid interfacial free energies, including anisotropy. The method is applied to systems with inverse-power and Lennard-Jones pair potentials as well as to metal systems with embedded-atom model potentials. The results are in reasonable agreement with the corresponding ones obtained from molecular dynamics simulations.
%Z 645AETimes Cited:1Cited References Count:61
%8 09/15
%@ 0953-8984