We have performed orbital-free (of) and quantum (q) molecular dynamics (md) simulations on plastic ablator along two isochores, namely 7 and 9 g cm(-cubed), from 5 to 40 eV. These thermodynamic
conditions correspond to the one encountered during Inertial Confinement Fusion (ICF) capsule implosion when hydrodynamic instabilities can take place. The coupling between OFMD and QMD
allowed us to compute an exhaustive set of microscopic coefficients, i.e. equation-of-state, ionic diffusion coefficients, thermal and electrical conductivities, spanning phenomena that can mitigate the growth of classical Rayleigh-Taylor instability. Comparisons with widely-used models in hydrodynamics simulations are led.