Gabriel M Range

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Using density functional theory in the modified mean-field (MMF) approximation we study the phase behavior of asymmetric binary mixtures of equisized dipolar hard spheres with different dipole moments in the fluid phase regime. We focus on "dipole-dominated" systems where isotropic attractive interactions are absent. Despite these restrictions our results(More)
Using reference hypernetted chain (RHNC) integral equations and density functional theory in the modified mean-field (MMF) approximation we investigate the phase behavior of binary mixtures of dipolar hard spheres. The two species (A and B) differ only in their dipole moments m(A) and m(B), and the central question investigated is under which conditions(More)
Using the reference hypernetted chain (RHNC) integral equation theory and an accompanying stability analysis we investigate the structural and phase behaviors of model bidisperse ferrocolloids based on correlations of the homogeneous isotropic high-temperature phase. Our model consists of two species of dipolar hard spheres (DHSs) which dipole moments are(More)
We present phase diagrams of a model bidisperse ferrocolloid consisting of a binary mixture of dipolar hard spheres (DHSs) under the influence of an external magnetic field. The dipole moments of the particles are chosen proportional to the particle volume to mimic real ferrocolloids, and we focus on dipole-dominated systems where isotropic attractive(More)
The phase behavior of bidisperse ferrocolloids consisting of binary mixtures of dipolar hard spheres (DHS's) with different particle diameters and different dipole moments is investigated using density-functional theory in a modified mean-field approximation. We focus on the fluid phase regime, where we consider both isotropic and anisotropic states.(More)
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