Limit to the number of different potentials and pair styles that can be used with hybrid

Hello,
I am studying the reaction of oxygen with aluminum. Since there is already a naturally formed oxide layer on the aluminum surface, I wanted to “generate” a “unit cell” out of an aluminum and alumina slabs (one placed on top (Al) of each other). To do so, I was wondering if it is possible to use multiple and different pair styles with the pair_style hydrid command in LAMMPS.
For example:
pair_style hybrid lj/cut/ args eam args style3 args

lj/cut - interface Al/Al2O3

eam - Al slab

style3 - Al2O3 slab

Or if there is another way or a better suggestion, please let me know.
Thanks!

Hello,
I am studying the reaction of oxygen with aluminum. Since there is already a naturally formed oxide layer on the aluminum surface, I wanted to “generate” a “unit cell” out of an aluminum and alumina slabs (one placed on top (Al) of each other). To do so, I was wondering if it is possible to use multiple and different pair styles with the pair_style hydrid command in LAMMPS.
For example:
pair_style hybrid lj/cut/ args eam args style3 args

lj/cut - interface Al/Al2O3

eam - Al slab

style3 - Al2O3 slab

​yes, that is documented and can be done. whether this is a good representation of the system, is more difficult to say.

axel.​