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The entire Retention Mechanism in Reversed-Phase Liquid Chromatography 35 set of possible states is called phase space, while a given set of r and p is called a point in phase space. 12) where Ej is the energy of the system, β = 1/kT, k is Boltzmann’s constant, and T is temperature. 13) j j and the above sum runs over all possible states of the system. 14) where Aj is the value of the property for state j. At this point we have some seemingly simple equations that allow us to compute average properties for our system as long as one knows how to compute the energy (which we described in the previous section).
The particle is then moved from its current subsystem (A) to a random location in subsystem (B). Again, the energy change ΔE for the move is computed and it appears in the acceptance probability. 18) Here, VA and VB are the volume of subsystem A and B, and NA and NB are the original number of particles of the type chosen in subsystems A and B. These particle exchange moves ensure that the chemical potential for each species in the simulation is the same in all subsystems. This is absolutely critical for simulating processes involving phase equilibria because when a species is distributed between two phases, it is only an equilibrium distribution when its chemical potential is the same in both phases.
We note that a host of experimental studies measuring incremental free energies are available [52,54,78,113]. For the past twenty years, the computational chemical engineering community has very strongly favored the Monte Carlo approach for the computation of phase equilibria because the stochastic Monte Carlo procedure can: (1) overcome the time-scale problem through smart moves that sample events occurring over long timescales in a single step, and (2) exploit open ensembles where the particle numbers are allowed to fluctuate and the chemical potential (molar free energy) can either be specified or the transfer free energies be computed from ensemble averaged number densities.