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We define the dielectric constant (susceptibility) that should enter the Maxwell boundary value problem when applied to microscopic dielectric interfaces polarized by external fields. The dielectric constant (susceptibility) of the

We define the dielectric constant (susceptibility) that should enter the Maxwell boundary value problem when applied to microscopic dielectric interfaces polarized by external fields. The dielectric constant (susceptibility) of the interface is defined by exact linear-response equations involving correlations of statistically fluctuating interface polarization and the Coulomb interaction energy of external charges with the dielectric. The theory is applied to the interface between water and spherical solutes of altering size studied by molecular dynamics (MD) simulations.

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  • 2016-07-06
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1063/1.4955203
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      1833-3672
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      1839-3527
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    Dinpajooh, M., & Matyushov, D. V. (2016). Dielectric constant of water in the interface. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 145(1), 014504. doi:10.1063/1.4955203

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