What is it about?

Yukawa liquid is a liquid whose particles interact with each other through the Yukawa potential. As this liquid cools, it becomes heterogeneous and the Stokes-Einstein relationship is violated, meaning that the relationship between the diffusion coefficient and the inverse of the viscosity coefficient is no longer linear. In this article, we examine the origins and reasons of these unusual behaviors.

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Why is it important?

This article helps to better understand the Yukawa fluids by microscopically examining the origin of abnormal behaviors in these fluids.


Thanks to God almighty, this article took a year to complete, and during this time I learned a lot and I share it sincerely with the readers. I hope it will be effective in advancing science.

Zahra Ghannad
Alzahra University

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This page is a summary of: Identification of time scales of the violation of the Stokes–Einstein relation in Yukawa liquids, Physics of Plasmas, April 2021, American Institute of Physics, DOI: 10.1063/5.0046172.
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