Bottom: the structure of Li-ABW as seen from the c axis left and a side view of one water molecule chain right. Symbols of the elements: small white spheres: H; Small black spheres: Li; medium gray spheres: O; large dark gray spheres: Al and Si. Figure 2 Mean square displacements MSDs of water molecules for different number of molecules per channel n computed with respect to the center of mass of the molecules contained in each channel.
Circles solid lines , squares dashed lines , and triangles dotted lines correspond to increasing times at which the propagators are evaluated from the simulations theoretical models. The same meaning applies to Figs.
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Figure 5 MSDs of water molecules along the channel axis short times evaluated from MD simulations symbols and using the propagator computed from Eq. In Eq. Figure 11 MSDs of water molecules along the channel axis long times evaluated from MD simulations symbols and using the propagators computed from Eq.
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