Longitudinal and transverse proton collective dynamics on a two-dimensional multistable substrate
The longitudinal and transverse collective dynamics of protons is studied in a zig-zag hydrogen-bonded model. Protons are interacting harmonically with their first proton neighbors and with Morse forces with the nine nearest negative ion neighbors that are considered rigid (frozen). Ionic and bonding defect solutions of soliton type are obtained numerically and their collision properties are analysed.
KeywordsSoliton Solution Path Bonding Bonding Defect Ionic Defect Incident Velocity
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