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Alcohol solutes show a strong preference for adsorption and the bonded-chain–solvent interface where they can form hydrogen bonds with solvent molecules and embed their tail segments in the bonded chains. The driving forces for the retention of alkane solutes are lipophilic interactions which are present both in the central part of the bonded-chain region and near the interface (where a reduction of the cavity entropy compensates for a partial loss of solute-chain interactions). The incremental transfer free energy of a methylene group from a reference gas phase to the solvent is favorable (solvophilic) for solvent compositions typically used in RPLC, but the solvophilic free energy is much smaller in magnitude than the lipophilic free energy.
All atoms in other types of functional groups (for example, OH, NHx, and C = O) are accounted for explicitly. There are two components to the TraPPE force field, an intermolecular (nonbonded) and an intramolecular (bonded) part. The nonbonded interactions are described by a combination of Lennard-Jones and Coulombic potentials. The former describes repulsive (overlap) and dispersive, or van der Waals interactions, and the latter describes first-order electrostatic interactions between sites bearing partial charges.
On this surface, the dimethyl octadecyl siloxanes (or other ligands) are bonded onto the silica by randomly replacing some of the surface silanols, but avoiding chain overlap [17,68,69]. 2 μmol/m2 [71,72]. Note, the (1 1 1) surface was chosen because this surface, unlike other crystal and random faces, permits the bonding densities relevant to RPLC to be achieved  and the silanol density appears to be reasonable. The remainder of this box is filled with the solvent molecules of interest. To mimic the size of actual systems, all of our boxes are surrounded by periodic replicas of themselves in all directions, thus the box described in this paragraph corresponds to a slit pore.