Updated on 2021/12/24

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MATSUMOTO Masakazu
 
Organization
Research Institute for Interdisciplinary Science Associate Professor
Position
Associate Professor
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Degree

  • 博士(理学) ( 総合研究大学院大学 )

  • PhD ( Kyoto University )

Research Interests

  • Water Network-forming substance structure dynamics topology hydrogen bond

  • 水 ネットワーク性物質 物性 構造 ダイナミクス トポロジー ネットワーク 水素結合

Research Areas

  • Nanotechnology/Materials / Fundamental physical chemistry

  • Natural Science / Biophysics, chemical physics and soft matter physics

  • Natural Science / Mathematical physics and fundamental theory of condensed matter physics

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  • 分子シミュレーション学会   第35回分子シミュレーション討論会実行委員  

    2021.10 - 2021.12   

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Papers

  • On the role of intermolecular vibrational motions for ice polymorphs. III. Mode characteristics associated with negative thermal expansion Reviewed

    Hideki Tanaka, Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto

    The Journal of Chemical Physics   155 ( 21 )   214502 - 214502   2021.12

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    DOI: 10.1063/5.0068560

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  • On the anomalous homogeneity of hydrogen-disordered ice and its origin Reviewed

    Masakazu Matsumoto, Takuma Yagasaki, Hideki Tanaka

    The Journal of Chemical Physics   155 ( 16 )   164502 - 164502   2021.10

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    DOI: 10.1063/5.0065215

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  • Novel Algorithm to Generate Hydrogen-Disordered Ice Structures Reviewed

    Masakazu Matsumoto, Takuma Yagasaki, Hideki Tanaka

    Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling   61 ( 6 )   2542 - 2546   2021.6

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    DOI: 10.1021/acs.jcim.1c00440

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  • Formation of hot ice caused by carbon nanobrushes. II. Dependency on the radius of nanotubes Reviewed

    Masakazu Matsumoto, Takuma Yagasaki, Hideki Tanaka

    The Journal of Chemical Physics   154 ( 9 )   094502 - 094502   2021.3

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    DOI: 10.1063/5.0044300

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  • Cage occupancy and dissociation enthalpy of hydrocarbon hydrates Reviewed

    Hideki Tanaka, Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto

    AIChE Journal   67 ( 3 )   2021.3

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    DOI: 10.1002/aic.17009

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  • On the Occurrence of Clathrate Hydrates in Extreme Conditions: Dissociation Pressures and Occupancies at Cryogenic Temperatures with Application to Planetary Systems Reviewed

    Hideki Tanaka, Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto

    The Planetary Science Journal   1 ( 3 )   80 - 80   2020.12

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    We investigate the thermodynamic stability of clathrate hydrates at cryogenic temperatures from the 0 K limit to 200 K in a wide range of pressures, covering the thermodynamic conditions of interstellar space and the surface of the hydrosphere in satellites. Our evaluation of the phase behaviors is performed by setting up quantum partition functions with variable pressures on the basis of a rigorous statistical mechanics theory that requires only the intermolecular interactions as input. Noble gases, hydrocarbons, nitrogen, and oxygen are chosen as the guest species, which are key components of the volatiles in such satellites. We explore the hydrate/water two-phase boundary of those clathrate hydrates in water-rich conditions and the hydrate/guest two-phase boundary in guest-rich conditions, either of which occurs on the surface or subsurface of icy satellites. The obtained phase diagrams indicate that clathrate hydrates can be in equilibrium with either water or the guest species over a wide range far distant from the three-phase coexistence condition and that the stable pressure zone of each clathrate hydrate expands significantly on intense cooling. The implication of our findings for the stable form of water in Titan is that water on the surface exists only as clathrate hydrate with the atmosphere down to a shallow region of the crust, but clathrate hydrate in the remaining part of the crust can coexist with water ice. This is in sharp contrast to the surfaces of Europa and Ganymede, where the thin oxygen air coexists exclusively with pure ice.

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  • Molecular dynamics study of grain boundaries and triple junctions in ice Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    The Journal of Chemical Physics   153 ( 12 )   124502 - 124502   2020.9

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  • Lennard-Jones Parameters Determined to Reproduce the Solubility of NaCl and KCl in SPC/E, TIP3P, and TIP4P/2005 Water Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation   16 ( 4 )   2460 - 2473   2020.4

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  • On the role of intermolecular vibrational motions for ice polymorphs. II. Atomic vibrational amplitudes and localization of phonons in ordered and disordered ices Reviewed

    Hideki Tanaka, Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto

    The Journal of Chemical Physics   152 ( 7 )   074501 - 074501   2020.2

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  • On the role of intermolecular vibrational motions for ice polymorphs I: Volumetric properties of crystalline and amorphous ices Reviewed

    Hideki Tanaka, Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto

    The Journal of Chemical Physics   151 ( 11 )   114501 - 114501   2019.9

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  • Formation of hot ice caused by carbon nanobrushes Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masaru Yamasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    The Journal of Chemical Physics   151   064702   2019.8

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  • Liquid-liquid separation of aqueous solutions: A molecular dynamics study Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    The Journal of Chemical Physics   150   214506   2019.6

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  • A Bayesian approach for identification of ice Ih, ice Ic, high density, and low density liquid water with a torsional order parameter Reviewed

    Masakazu Matsumoto, Takuma Yagasaki, Hideki Tanaka

    The Journal of Chemical Physics   150   214504   2019.6

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  • Negative Thermal Expansivity of Ice: Comparison of the Monatomic mW Model with the All-Atom TIP4P/2005 Water Model Reviewed

    Muhammad Mahfuzh Huda, Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    Crystals   9 ( 5 )   248   2019.5

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  • Collective Transformation of Water between Hyperactive Antifreeze Proteins: RiAFPs Reviewed

    Kenji Mochizuki, Masakazu Matsumoto

    Crystals   9 ( 4 )   188 - 188   2019.4

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    We demonstrate, by molecular dynamics simulations, that water confined between a pair of insect hyperactive antifreeze proteins from the longhorn beetle Rhagium inquisitor is discontinuously expelled as the two proteins approach each other at a certain distance. The extensive striped hydrophobic–hydrophilic pattern on the surface, comprising arrays of threonine residues, enables water to form three independent ice channels through the assistance of hydroxyl groups, even at 300 K. The transformation is reminiscent of a freezing–melting transition rather than a drying transition and governs the stable protein–protein separation in the evaluation of the potential of mean force. The collectivity of water penetration or expulsion and the hysteresis in the time scale of ten nanoseconds predict a potential first-order phase transition at the limit of infinite size and provide a new framework for the water-mediated interaction between solutes.

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  • Phase diagram of ice polymorphs under negative pressure considering the limits of mechanical stability Reviewed

    Takahiro Matsui, Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    The Journal of Chemical Physics   150 ( 4 )   041102   2019.1

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  • Molecular Dynamics Study of Kinetic Hydrate Inhibitors: The Optimal Inhibitor Size and Effect of Guest Species Reviewed

    Yagasaki Takuma, Matsumoto Masakazu, Tanaka Hideki

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C   123 ( 3 )   1806 - 1816   2019

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  • On the phase behaviors of hydrocarbon and noble gas clathrate hydrates: Dissociation pressures, phase diagram, occupancies, and equilibrium with aqueous solution Reviewed

    Hideki Tanaka, Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto

    The Journal of Chemical Physics   149 ( 7 )   074502 - 074502   2018.8

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  • Phase Diagrams of TIP4P/2005, SPC/E, and TIP5P Water at High Pressure Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry B   122 ( 31 )   7718 - 7725   2018.8

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  • GenIce: Hydrogen-Disordered Ice Generator Reviewed

    Masakazu Matsumoto, Takuma Yagasaki, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY   39 ( 1 )   61 - 64   2018.1

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    GenIce is an efficient and user-friendly tool to generate hydrogen-disordered ice structures. It makes ice and clathrate hydrate structures in various file formats. More than 100 kinds of structures are preset. Users can install their own crystal structures, guest molecules, and file formats as plugins. The algorithm certifies that the generated structures are completely randomized hydrogen-disordered networks obeying the ice rule with zero net polarization. (c) 2017 The Authors. Journal of Computational Chemistry Published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

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  • On the Thermodynamic Stability of Clathrate Hydrates VI: Complete Phase Diagram Reviewed

    Tanaka Hideki, Yagasaki Takuma, Matsumoto Masakazu

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry B   122 ( 1 )   297 - 308   2018

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  • Adsorption of Kinetic Hydrate Inhibitors on Growing Surfaces: A Molecular Dynamics Study Reviewed

    Yagasaki Takuma, Matsumoto Masakazu, Tanaka Hideki

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry B   122 ( 13 )   3396 - 3406   2018

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  • Phase Diagram of TIP4P/2005 Water at High Pressure Reviewed

    Masanori Hirata, Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    Langmuir   33 ( 42 )   11561 - 11569   2017.10

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    DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.7b01764

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  • Communication: Hypothetical ultralow-density ice polymorphs Reviewed

    Takahiro Matsui, Masanori Hirata, Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS   147 ( 9 )   091101 - 091101   2017.9

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    More than 300 kinds of porous ice structures derived from zeolite frameworks and space fullerenes are examined using classical molecular dynamics simulations. It is found that a hypothetical zeolitic ice phase is less dense and more stable than the sparse ice structures reported by Huang et al. [Chem. Phys. Lett. 671, 186 (2017)]. In association with the zeolitic ice structure, even less dense structures, "aeroices," are proposed. It is found that aeroices are the most stable solid phases of water near the absolute zero temperature under negative pressure. (C) 2017 Author(s).

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  • Formation of Clathrate Hydrates of Water-Soluble Guest Molecules Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C   120 ( 38 )   21512 - 21521   2016.9

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    Clathrate hydrates of water-soluble guest molecules, such as ethylene oxide (EO) and tetrahydrofuran (THF); have been often investigated in experimental studies instead of gas hydrates because their dissociation temperatures are higher than the ice point under ambient pressure. We examine the formation mechanism of EO and THF hydrates using molecular dynamics simulations. The crystal growth rates are determined by the simulations of the hydrate/solution two-phase coexistence. It is found that the growth rate of EO hydrate is an order of magnitude higher than that of THF hydrate. The growth rates of THF hydrate largely deviate from the Wilson-Frenkel model, while the model well approximates the growth rates of EO hydrate, indicating that trapping of guest molecules on the hydrate surface, which causes the slowing of crystal growth of THF hydrate, is insignificant for EO hydrate. We also perform long-time simulations of aqueous EO and THF solutions to examine nucleation of clathrate hydrate. Spontaneous nucleation occurs only in the EO solution within the simulation time. Similar to previous studies on methane hydrate, the obtained solid structure exhibits no long-range order. It is found that the 5(12) hydrate cage, which is the most dominant cage type in the early stage of the nucleation of methane hydrate, is not a major cage type in the nucleation process of EO hydrate.

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  • Thermodynamic Stability of Ice II and Its Hydrogen-Disordered Counterpart: Role of Zero-Point Energy Reviewed

    Tatsuya Nakamura, Masakazu Matsumoto, Takuma Yagasaki, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B   120 ( 8 )   1843 - 1848   2016.3

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    We investigate why no hydrogen-disordered form of ice II has been found in nature despite the fact that most of hydrogen-ordered ices have hydrogen-disordered counterparts. The thermodynamic stability of a set of hydrogen-ordered ice II variants relative to ice II is evaluated theoretically. It is found that ice II is more stable than the disordered variants so generated as to satisfy the simple ice rule due to the lower zero point energy as well as the pair interaction energy. The residual entropy of the disordered ice II phase gradually compensates the unfavorable free energy with increasing temperature. The crossover, however, occurs at a high temperature well above the melting point of ice III. Consequently, the hydrogen-disordered phase does not exist in nature. The thermodynamic stability of partially hydrogen-disordered ices is also scrutinized by examining the free-energy components of several variants obtained by systematic inversion of OH directions in ice II. The potential energy of one variant is lower than that of the ice II structure, but its Gibbs free energy is slightly higher than that of ice II due to the zero-point energy. The slight difference in the thermodynamic stability leaves the possibility of the partial hydrogen-disorder in real ice II.

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  • Mechanism of Slow Crystal Growth of Tetrahydrofuran Clathrate Hydrate Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C   120 ( 6 )   3305 - 3313   2016.2

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    Tetrahydrofuran (THF) clathrate hydrate has been frequently used in experimental studies instead of gas hydrates because it forms at a temperature higher than the ice point under ambient pressure. In this paper, we compare the crystal growth rates of THF hydrate and ice using molecular dynamics simulations. It is demonstrated that the crystal growth of THF hydrate is much slower than that of ice. The growth rates of THF hydrate significantly deviate from a standard kinetic model known as the Wilson-Frenkel model, whereas it reproduces, the temperature dependence of the growth rate of ice. The slow crystal growth and the deviation from the Wilson-Frenkel model are attributed to the trapping of THF molecules in open small cages at the hydrate surface. We calculate the free energy profile of a THF molecule transferring from the bulk solution phase to the hydrate surface using the umbrella sampling technique. It is shown that a THF molecule trapped in an open small cage needs to cross one or two free energy barriers to escape from the surface region. We also refer to the similarity between the mechanism of slow growth of THF hydrate and the effect of kinetic hydrate inhibitors.

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  • Anomalous thermodynamic properties of ice XVI and metastable hydrates Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    PHYSICAL REVIEW B   93 ( 5 )   2016.2

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    A new ice polymorph, called ice XVI, has recently been discovered experimentally by extracting the guest molecules from Ne hydrate. The ice and its filled form (clathrate hydrate) have a unique network topology which results in several interesting properties. Here we provide a theoretical method to calculate thermodynamic properties of a semiopen system in equilibrium with guest gas and thus occupancy of the guest can be varied with temperature and pressure. Experimental observations such as the disappearance of negative thermal expansivity and contraction of the host lattice upon encaging guest molecules are well reproduced, and those behaviors are elucidated in terms of the free energy of cage occupation and its temperature and pressure dependence. We propose an application of the method for preparing ice XVI to create metastable clathrate hydrates having intriguing properties with much lower occupancy of guest molecules than that at equilibrium, which otherwise cannot form.

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  • Chiral Ordering in Supercooled Liquid Water and Amorphous Ice Reviewed

    Masakazu Matsumoto, Takuma Yagasaki, Hideki Tanaka

    PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS   115 ( 19 )   2015.11

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    The emergence of homochiral domains in supercooled liquid water is presented using molecular dynamics simulations. An individual water molecule possesses neither a chiral center nor a twisted conformation that can cause spontaneous chiral resolution. However, an aggregation of water molecules will naturally give rise to a collective chirality. Such homochiral domains possess obvious topological and geometrical orders and are energetically more stable than the average. However, homochiral domains cannot grow into macroscopic homogeneous structures due to geometrical frustrations arising from their icosahedral local order. Homochiral domains are the major constituent of supercooled liquid water and the origin of heterogeneity in that substance, and are expected to be enhanced in low-density amorphous ice at lower temperatures.

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  • Adsorption Mechanism of Inhibitor and Guest Molecules on the Surface of Gas Hydrates Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY   137 ( 37 )   12079 - 12085   2015.9

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    The adsorption of guest and kinetic inhibitor molecules on the surface of methane hydrate is investigated by using molecular dynamics simulations. We calculate the free energy profile for transferring a solute molecule from bulk water to the hydrate surface for various molecules. Spherical solutes with a diameter of similar to 0.5 nm are significantly stabilized at the hydrate surface, whereas smaller and larger solutes exhibit lower adsorption affinity than the solutes of intermediate size. The range of the attractive force is subnanoscale, implying that this force has no effect on the macroscopic mass transfer of guest molecules in crystal growth processes of gas hydrates. We also examine the adsorption mechanism of a kinetic hydrate inhibitor. It is found that a monomer of the kinetic hydrate inhibitor is strongly adsorbed on the hydrate surface. However, the hydrogen bonding between the amide group of the inhibitor and water molecules on the hydrate surface, which was believed to be the driving force for the adsorption, makes no contribution to the adsorption affinity. The preferential adsorption of both the kinetic inhibitor and the spherical molecules to the surface is mainly due to the entropic stabilization arising from the presence of cavities at the hydrate surface. The dependence of surface affinity on the size of adsorbed molecules is also explained by this mechanism.

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  • Water as a network Invited

    京都大学応用数学セミナー(KUAMS)l, 京都市(京都大学)   2015.5

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  • Reply to "Comment on 'Spontaneous liquid-liquid phase separation of water' " Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    PHYSICAL REVIEW E   91 ( 1 )   2015.1

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    Two different scenarios have been proposed on the phase separation occurring in the deeply supercooled liquid water. We discuss what we can derive from our simulation results for the two scenarios and propose a way for future investigation. We also demonstrate that the phase separation in the supercooled liquid water looks like the separation of liquid water and vapor just below the conventional critical point.

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  • Structure, dynamics and thermodynamic stability of high-pressure ices and clathrate hydrates Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Kazuhiro Himoto, Tatsuya Nakamura, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    Molecular Simulation   41 ( 10-12 )   868 - 873   2015

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  • Effects of thermodynamic inhibitors on the dissociation of methane hydrate: a molecular dynamics study Reviewed

    Yagasaki Takuma, Matsumoto Masakazu, Tanaka Hideki

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.   17 ( 48 )   32347 - 32357   2015

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  • Spin-One Ising Model for Ice VII-Plastic Ice Phase Transitions Reviewed

    Masakazu Matsumoto, Kazuhiro Himoto, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B   118 ( 47 )   13387 - 13392   2014.11

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    We propose a spin model compatible with ice VII-plastic ice phase transitions and critical phenomena discovered recently by computer simulations. The Blume-Capel spin-1 Ising model is extended in order to describe the entropic stabilization effect in the plastic ice phase. The model shares the same set of tricritical exponents with simulation, indicating that they are of the same universality class.

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  • Dissociation of Methane Hydrate in Aqueous NaCl Solutions Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Yoshimichi Andoh, Susumu Okazaki, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B   118 ( 40 )   11797 - 11804   2014.10

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    Molecular dynamics simulations of the dissociation of methane hydrate in aqueous NaCl solutions are performed. It is shown that the dissociation of the hydrate is accelerated by the formation of methane bubbles both in NaCl solutions and in pure water. We find two significant effects on the kinetics of the hydrate dissociation by NaCl. One is slowing down in an early stage before bubble formation, and another is swift bubble formation that enhances the dissociation. These effects arise from the low solubility of methane in NaCl solution, which gives rise to a nonuniform spatial distribution of solvated methane in the aqueous phase. We also demonstrate that bubbles form near the hydrate interface in dense NaCl solutions and that the hydrate dissociation proceeds inhomogeneously due to the bubbles.

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  • Spontaneous liquid-liquid phase separation of water Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    PHYSICAL REVIEW E   89 ( 2 )   020301   2014.2

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    We report a molecular dynamics simulation demonstrating a fast spontaneous liquid-liquid phase separation of water and a subsequent slow crystallization to ice. It is found that supercooled water separates rapidly into low-and high-density domains so as to reduce the surface energy in the rectangular simulation cell at certain thermodynamic states. The liquid-liquid phase separation, which is about two orders of magnitude faster than the crystallization, suggests a possibility to observe this phenomenon experimentally.

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  • Effect of Bubble Formation on the Dissociation of Methane Hydrate in Water: A Molecular Dynamics Study Reviewed

    Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, Yoshimichi Andoh, Susumu Okazaki, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B   118 ( 7 )   1900 - 1906   2014.2

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    We investigate the dissociation of methane hydrate in liquid water using molecular dynamics simulations. As dissociation of the hydrate proceeds, methane molecules are released into the aqueous phase and eventually they form bubbles. It is shown that this bubble formation, which causes change in the methane concentration in the aqueous phase, significantly affects the dissociation kinetics of methane hydrate. A large system size employed in this study makes it possible to analyze the effects of the change in the methane concentration and the formation of bubbles on the dissociation kinetics in detail. It is found that the dissociation rate decreases with time until the bubble formation and then it turns to increase. It is also demonstrated that methane hydrate can exist as a metastable superheated solid if there exists no bubble.

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  • Structure and Thermodynamic Stability of High-Pressure Filled Ices Containing Hydrogen Invited Reviewed

    Lukman HAKIM, Takuma YAGASAKI, Masakazu MATSUMOTO, Hideki TANAKA

    The Review of High Pressure Science and Technology   24 ( 4 )   265 - 269   2014

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  • Yet another criticality of water Reviewed

    Kazuhiro Himoto, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS   16 ( 11 )   5081 - 5087   2014

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    A phase behavior around the transition between ice VII and a plastic phase of water is investigated by molecular dynamics simulation and the subsequent analysis on the basis of Landau theory. The prior works have predicted that the phase transition between ice VII and plastic ice is a first-order transition on the ground of a weak hysteresis and so on. A rigorous survey in the present report, however, augments their prediction with new evidence that a first-order phase transition line gives way to a second-order one at higher pressures, where a tricritical point joins these phase boundaries together. Critical phenomena are also observed whereby, other than that associated with the hypothetical critical point in the deeply supercooled state, which could influence the physical properties in a wide range of temperatures and pressures. A new critical behavior is affirmed by the result that the scaling law holds at any pressure on the second-order phase transition line for which the critical exponents are estimated. We introduce an appropriate order parameter to obtain the Landau free energy functional and the change in the functional against temperature accounts for the phase behaviors. This also enables an estimate of the coexistence and the spinodal lines at pressures below the tricritical point, all of which compensate those obtained directly by molecular dynamics simulations. These results allow us to anticipate that the critical fluctuations may give us a clue for determining the phase boundary experimentally.

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  • Diversity of transition pathways in the course of crystallization into ice VII Reviewed

    Kenji Mochizuki, Kazuhiro Himoto, Masakazu Matsumoto

    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.   16 ( 31 )   16419 - 16425   2014

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    <p>A new metastable ice phase is discovered in the freezing pathway into ice VII in accord with Ostwald's step rule.</p>

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  • Defect pair separation as the controlling step in homogeneous ice melting. Reviewed

    Mochizuki K, Matsumoto M, Ohmine I

    Nature   498 ( 7454 )   350 - 354   2013.6

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  • On the thermodynamic stability of hydrogen hydrates in the presence of promoter molecules Reviewed

    Takato Nakayama, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    AIP Conference Proceedings   1568   46 - 52   2013

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    Cage occupancies of hydrogen molecules in a clathrate hydrate have been examined by means of semi-grand canonical Monte Carlo simulations where hydrogen molecules enter into or leave from it in the presence of promoter species. This kind of simulation allows to evaluate the thermodynamic stability via the chemical potential of water at a given temperature and pressure. In order to make a better estimation of the chemical potential, we adopt a different standard state from the corresponding empty one. It is revealed that the present method is indeed effective to minimize errors associated with the numerical simulations.

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  • STATISTICAL MECHANICAL APPROACH TO THE THERMODYNAMIC STABILITY OF CLATHRATE HYDRATES Reviewed

    Hideki Tanaka, Masakazu Matsumoto

    LIQUID POLYMORPHISM   152   421 - 462   2013

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  • Rotational Dynamics of Plastic Ice Reviewed

    Kazuhiro Himoto, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   81 ( SUPPL. A )   2012.9

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    A plastic phase predicted to exist between crystalline ice VII and liquid water has been investigated. The present work focuses on the dynamics of the water molecules in the phases at high temperature and pressure, i.e. ice VII, plastic ice, and liquid water. The hydrogen-bond correlation function providing the lifetime of hydrogen bonds is compared to the reorientational correlation function to examine a relation between a rotation of an individual molecule and an energetic relaxation process. The hydrogen-bond correlation function of plastic ice decays in a way similar to liquid but it converges to a finite value as seen in ice VII, reflecting the rotational motion of the water molecule at the fixed location. In addition, the relaxation times of the two correlation functions for plastic ice resemble one another, confirming the fact that only the rotational motion invokes the hydrogen-bond rearrangements in plastic ice.

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  • On the Occupancy of Carbon Dioxide Clathrate Hydrates: Grandcanonical Monte Carlo Simulations Reviewed

    Masato Matsuo, Yoshio Takii, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   81 ( SUPPL. A )   2012.9

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    Grandcanonical Monte Carlo simulations are performed in order to examine the cage occupancies of carbon dioxide clathrate hydrate in both the larger and the smaller cages, the latter of which has been controversial issue and is related significantly with its phase behavior. It is found that occupancy of CO2 in the smaller cage of clathrate structure I is negligible at a pressure of CO2 below 1 MPa while that in the larger cage increases gradually with increasing the pressure of CO2 in equilibrium with the clathrate hydrate. It is suggested by the present simulations that CO2 clathrate hydrate exhibits a different character in occupancy from ethane, which is a little larger than CO2 and cannot enter into the smaller cage.

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  • Structure and Dynamics of Aqueous Solutions of Electrolytes in Confined Space Reviewed

    Yoshimasa Yamakawa, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   81 ( SUPPL. A )   2012.9

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    We perform isothermal-isobaric molecular dynamics simulations of aqueous solutions of potassium and chloride ions with varying tube diameter. An equilibrium state is attained within 1 ns, but the relaxation time to equilibrium is dependent on the initial arrangement of ions. When the tube diameter is larger than 1 nm, ions exchange their axial positions in few tens of picosecond to be the most stable configuration in which counterions are lined up alternately. However, ions in a tube narrower than 1 nm cannot exchange the mutual positions in axial-coordinate within an order of nano second. The axial self-diffusion coefficients are also examined. It is found that they increase with increasing the tube size once an equilibrium is attained. These results suggest the partial hydration and dehydration play a certain role in diffusion of the electrolytes in confined space like tubes and channels.

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  • Inclusion of Neon Inside Ice I-c and Its Influence to the Ice Structure Reviewed

    Hakim Lukman, Matsumoto Masakazu, Koga Kenichiro, Tanaka Hideki

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   81 ( SUPPL. A )   2012.9

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  • Metastable Polymorphs of Clathrate Hydrate Reviewed

    Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   81 ( SUPPL. A )   2012.9

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    We show a relevant metastable phase diagram of the polymorphs of the Frank-Kasper type clathrate hydrate by estimating the chemical potential of the second most stable phase as well as the most stable one at given thermodynamic conditions with arbitrarily chosen guest molecules.

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  • On the Thermodynamic Stability of Clathrate Hydrates V: Phase Behaviors Accommodating Large Guest Molecules with New Reference States Reviewed

    Hideki Tanaka, Masakazu Matsumoto

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B   115 ( 48 )   14256 - 14262   2011.12

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    We present a method that brings prediction of phase behaviors of various clathrate hydrates with firm statistical mechanical ground adopting a different reference state from the usual one. Accommodation of a large guest molecule makes the frequencies of the lattice vibrational motions higher, which is one of the breakdowns of the assumptions in the original van der Waals and Platteeuw theory. The frequency modulations are incorporated in the free energy of cage occupation in the present method. Moreover, the reference state, which is originally the corresponding empty clathrate structure, is alternated to a state where cages of at least one sort are fully occupied. This meets the stability condition of clathrate hydrates that most of the cages should be accommodated. Owing to this new reference state, the thermodynamic stability is evaluated with reasonable accuracy from the free energy of cage occupation especially by a large guest molecule without considering its dependence on the cage occupancy. This conversion is also beneficial to establish a relation between the chemical potential of water and the cage occupancy from grandcanonical Monte Carlo simulation. We show a new method indeed works well in predicting the dissociation pressures of clathrate hydrates containing isobutane, propane, ethane, Xe, and CF(4).

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  • Lattice- and network-structure in plastic ice Reviewed

    Kazuhiro Himoto, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics   13 ( 44 )   19876 - 19881   2011.11

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    We have investigated structural and energetic characteristics of plastic ice, which was found in a high pressure region such as 10 GPa by molecular dynamics simulation and free energy calculation. It was predicted that plastic ice intervenes between ice VII and liquid water, in which diffusion is suppressed but rotation is allowed. In the present work, the structure in plastic ice is explored from both local and global view points and focus is placed on the local arrangement, the extent of deviation from the ideal lattice position, and the hydrogen-bonded patterns. The roles of the attractive interaction and the repulsive part of Lennard-Jones potential are also examined. It is found that the higher interaction energy in plastic ice induces a large dislocation of water molecules, which eventually conducts a facile rotation. There are a large amount of hydrogen-bonds which do not orient to the tetrahedral directions. These orientational defects give rise to fusion of the two interpenetrating sublattices of ice VII leading to a plastic phase rather than defect-containing ice VII, which results in a unique network structure of the plastic ice. © the Owner Societies 2011.

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  • Order parameters for the multistep crystallization of clathrate hydrates Reviewed

    Liam C. Jacobson, Masakazu Matsumoto, Valeria Molinero

    Journal of Chemical Physics   135 ( 7 )   2011.8

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    Recent reports indicate that the crystallization of clathrate hydrates occurs in multiple steps that involve amorphous intermediates and metastable clathrate crystals. The elucidation of the reaction coordinate for clathrate crystallization requires the use of order parameters able to identify the reactants, products, and intermediates in the crystallization pathway. Nevertheless, existing order parameters cannot distinguish between amorphous and crystalline clathrates or between different clathrate crystals. In this work, we present the first set of order parameters that discern between the sI and sII clathrate crystals, the amorphous clathrates, the blob of solvent-separated guests and the liquid solution. These order parameters can be used to monitor the advance of the crystallization and for the efficient implementation of methods to sample the rare clathrate nucleation events in molecular simulations. We illustrate the use of these order parameters in the analysis of the growth and the dissolution of clathrate crystals and the spontaneous nucleation and growth of clathrates under conditions of high supercooling. © 2011 American Institute of Physics.

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  • On the Structure Selectivity of Clathrate Hydrates Reviewed

    Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B   115 ( 25 )   8257 - 8265   2011.6

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    We propose a strategic method to search for a new clathrate hydrate by investigating the selectivity of its crystalline structure, which has been expected to depend mostly on the guest species and less on the thermodynamic conditions. Relative stability among various morphologies is examined in terms of the chemical potential of water of clathrate hydrates in equilibrium with guest gases. This evaluation is performed by calculating the free energy of cage occupancy according to the standard statistical mechanical theory with the aid of the Yarmolyuk and Kripyakevich's rule on the Frank-Kasper type alloys to estimate the numbers of cages of various types. Thus, a comprehensive interpretation of the selectivity of crystalline structures is successfully made. We explain why two major structures are stable in most of the thermodynamic conditions and establish a relation between polymorphism of clathrate hydrate and the guest size and other parameters, thereby suggesting a way to find a new clathrate hydrate by appropriate choice of the guest species and/or the thermodynamic properties. It is found that there is a small room in the above parameter space for the other structure than the major two to be the most stable, including a new structure. In addition, simple but thorough elucidation is given for preferential formation of TS-I structure in bromine hydrate.

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  • Four-Body Cooperativity in Hydrophonic Association of Methane Reviewed

    Masakazu Matsumoto

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters   1 ( 10 )   1552 - 1556   2010.5

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  • Why Does Water Expand When It Cools? Reviewed

    Masakazu Matsumoto

    Physical Review Letters   103 ( 1 )   2009.7

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  • Network motif of water

    Masakazu Matsumoto, Akinori Baba, Iwao Ohmine

    COMPLEX SYSTEMS-BOOK 1   982   219 - +   2008

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    The network motif of water, vitrite, is introduced to elucidate the intermediate-range order in supercooled liquid water. Unstrained vitrites aggregate in supercooled liquid water to form very stable domain. Hydrogen bond rearrangements mostly occur outside the domain, so that the dynamical heterogeneity also stands out. Pre-peak in the structure factor of low density amorphous ice is reproduced by inter-vitrite structure factor. The vitrite can therefore be regarded as a plausible building block of the intermediate-range order and heterogeneity in supercooled liquid water and low-density amorphous ice.

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  • Topological building blocks of hydrogen bond network in water

    M. Matsumoto, A. Baba, I. Ohmine

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS   127 ( 13 )   134504   2007.10

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    Basic three-dimensional units of the network, called fragments, are introduced to characterize the hydrogen bond (HB) network structure of water. Topological differences among normal liquid water, water at low temperature, and water under high pressure are elucidated by their fragment statistics. Water at low temperature has almost defect-free network and is filled with stable fragments with small distortion. It is found that there exists a certain way on how fragments mutually aggregate. Well-formed aggregates heterogeneously constitute very stable network structures. HB network rearrangements occur scarcely inside these aggregated domains but take place in their surface areas. The heterogeneity of HB structure and rearrangement in water is thus explained in terms of the fragment structure and its rearrangements. The fragment analysis thus elucidates the intermediate-range order in water HB network. (c) 2007 American Institute of Physics.

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  • Relevance of hydrogen bond definitions in liquid water

    Masakazu Matsumoto

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS   126 ( 5 )   054503-1 - 054503-6   2007.2

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    To evaluate the relevance of treating the hydrogen bonds in liquid water as a digital (discrete) network and applying topological analyses, a framework to optimize the fitting parameters in various hydrogen bond definitions of liquid water is proposed. Performance of the definitions is quantitatively evaluated according to the reproducibility of hydrogen bonding in the inherent structure. Parameters of five popular hydrogen bond definitions are optimized, for example. The optimal choice of parameters for the hydrogen bond definitions accentuates the binary nature of the hydrogen bonding and the intrinsic network topology of liquid water, especially at the low temperature region. The framework provides a solid basis for network analyses, which have been utilized for water, and is also useful for designing new hydrogen bond definitions. (c) 2007 American Institute of Physics.

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  • Molecular dynamics simulation of the ice nucleation and growth process leading to water freezing

    Masakazu Matsumoto, Shinji Saito, Iwao Ohmine

    Nature   416 ( 6879 )   409 - 413   2002.3

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    Upon cooling, water freezes to ice. This familiar phase transition occurs widely in nature, yet unlike the freezing of simple liquids, it has never been successfully simulated on a computer. The difficulty lies with the fact that hydrogen bonding between individual water molecules yields a disordered threedimensional hydrogen-bond network whose rugged and complex global potential energy surface permits a large number of possible network configurations. As a result, it is very challenging to reproduce the freezing of 'real' water into a solid with a unique crystalline structure. For systems with a limited number of possible disordered hydrogen-bond network structures, such as confined water, it is relatively easy to locate a pathway from a liquid state to a crystalline structure. For pure and spatially unconfined water, however, molecular dynamics simulations of freezing are severely hampered by the large number of possible network configurations that exist. Here we present a molecular dynamics trajectory that captures the molecular processes involved in the freezing of pure water. We find that ice nucleation occurs once a sufficient number of relatively long-lived hydrogen bonds develop spontaneously at the same location to form a fairly compact initial nucleus. The initial nucleus then slowly changes shape and size until it reaches a stage that allows rapid expansion, resulting in crystallization of the entire system.

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  • Global potential energy surfaces of water clusters; Reaction coordinate and annealing analyses

    A Baba, J Tanaka, S Saito, M Matsumoto, Ohmine, I

    JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR LIQUIDS   77 ( 1-3 )   95 - 103   1998.6

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    A global nature of the potential energy surface (PES) of water clusters, (H2O)(20) and (H2O)(54) was investigated by using a reaction coordinate analysis and an annealing method. It was shown for (H2O)(64) that the successive reaction coordinates passing through low energy barriers lead to a deep minimum and the overall potential has so called a funnel structure, similar to PES of a protein folding. On the other hand, the smaller cluster (H2O)(20) has the rugged PES of a 'fragile' type, resulting from distinct bond reordering. (C) 1998 Elsevier Science B.V.

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  • A new approach to the dynamics of hydrogen bond network in liquid water

    M Matsumoto, Ohmine, I

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS   104 ( 7 )   2705 - 2712   1996.2

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    The relation between topology and rearrangement dynamics of the hydrogen bond network (HEN) in the supercooled liquid water is investigated by using molecular dynamics (MD) calculation and examining topological indices. We have found that there is very strong correlation among certain pairs of hydrogen bonds.; HBN is shown to be represented by an ''undirected'' graph. Topology and rearrangement dynamics of HBN are then simply described in terms of the network defects and their motions. Based on this fact, a new lattice dynamic model is proposed. The model shows that spontaneous heterogeneous hydrogen bond rearrangement occurs even when the network structure is homogeneous. (C) 1996 American Institute of Physics.

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  • Acetonitrile pair formation in aqueous solution Reviewed

    Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka, Koichiro Nakanishi

    The Journal of Chemical Physics   99 ( 9 )   6935 - 6940   1993.11

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    Extended reference interaction site model (RISM) theoretical calculations and molecular dynamics simulation have been carried out for dilute aqueous solution of acetonitrile. Potential of mean force between two solute molecules was calculated. Two solute molecules tend to associate with each other by an attractive interaction between two negatively charged nitrogen atoms. It is found that ''bifurcated hydrogen bonds'' between a hydrogen atom on a water molecule and nitrogen atoms on acetonitrile molecules play an important role in the solute-solute interaction.

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    松本 正和, 佐藤 聡, 松本, 正和

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    名古屋大学情報連携基盤センターニュース  2007 

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    New Kinds of Phase Transitions: Transformations in Disordered Substances  2002 

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    The Physics of Complex Liquids  1998 

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    矢ヶ﨑 琢磨, 松本正和, 田中 秀樹

    化学   69   29 - 33   2014.10

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    Takato Nakayama, Masakazu Matsumoto, Hideki Tanaka

    ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY   248   2014.8

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  • Liquid-liquid coexistence in supercooled liquid water

    Matsumoto M., Yagasaki T., Tanaka H.

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 2 )   712 - 712   2013.8

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  • Liquid-liquid coexistence in supercooled liquid water

    Matsumoto M., Yagasaki T., Tanaka H.

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 2 )   306 - 306   2013.8

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  • Thermodynamic stability of clathrate hydrates

    Hideki Tanaka, Masakazu Matsumoto

    Review of High Pressure Science and Technology/Koatsuryoku No Kagaku To Gijutsu   23 ( 2 )   94 - 102   2013

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    We review recent advances in prediction of phase behaviors of various clathrate hydrates with firm statistical mechanical ground, in which the classical theory is extended to multiple occupation of cages and substitution of a fully occupied state for an empty hydrate structure. It is demonstrated that they indeed work effectively in predicting the dissociation pressures of clathrate hydrates containing hydrogen and some hydrocarbon molecules.

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  • 24pBF-10 Molecular Mechanism of Homogeneous Ice Melting

    Mochizuki K., M. Masakazu, Ohmine I.

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 1 )   399 - 399   2012.3

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  • Water dynamics : fluctuation, phase transition and chemical reaction

    OHMINE Iwao, SAITO Shinji, MATSUMOTO Masakazu

    80 ( 10 )   853 - 861   2011.10

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    低温科学   64   13   2005

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    熱測定   31 ( 1 )   6 - 13   2004

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    物性研究   80 ( 6 )   769   2003

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    第14回溶液化学シンポジウム、ポスタ-発表   1991

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