The main objective of this paper is to present a method to fully determine the six
degrees of freedom regarding position and orientation of a neighboring molecule around a central
one, i.e. the g(rCM,¿) distribution function. This is accomplished by completely determining the
short range structure of liquid carbon tetrachloride, while employing results from two different
methods, Molecular Dynamics (MD)  and Reverse Monte Carlo (RMC) . Exclusively, the
structural ordering of the first four molecules will be detailed.
CitacióSilva-Santisteban, A. [et al.]. Short range order of CCl4: RMC and MD methods. "Journal of physics: conference series", 08 Gener 2014, vol. 549, núm. 1, p. 1-4.