Dataset of cluster-interaction boson of two adjacent molecules in the glass state

Published: 3 August 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/389g262gw2.1
JiaLin Wu


A key new concept is that in the mean-field hard sphere molecular (HSM) system, in addition to phonons involved in various thermal vibrations of all HSMs, there are cluster-interaction bosons (CI-bosons) based on de Gennes n = 0 theory, involving only adjacent two-HSMs. The CI-boson is a 2D unit vector used to construct the interface of 2D clusters from small to large at the bottom of the potential well with equilateral hexahedron as unit. The largest 2D cluster is a soft matrix with a vacancy "free volume" in the center, which is a soliton made up of all CI-bosons that generate and disappear the soft matrix. The disordered system is simply irregular in position, and the ordered constant value vectors exist in the cluster-contact angle-lines of two adjacent HSMs. This data paper provides a set of ordered eigenvector data and eigenvalue data inherent in random systems, data of CI-bosons generating and disappearing a soft matrix, and data on vacant solitons.


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The data set follows a series of proposals in de Gennes' paper entitled "A simple picture for structural glasses C. R. Physique 3, 1263-1268 (2002).", exploring the results obtained by satisfying geometric images of de Gennes n = 0 second-order δ vectors, including cluster jumps rather than molecule; dynamic ordered structures embedded in an ideal random distribution; New spin-spin interactions only exist between two adjacent molecules; the concept of free volume is to be replaced by a new concept; and there is a soft matrix in the vacancy.


Donghua University College of Materials Science and Engineering


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