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Thermodynamics of Molecular Liquids in Random Porous Media: Scaled Particle Theory and the Generalized Van der Waals Equation
A new approach to the theoretical description of molecular liquids confined in random porous media is proposed in order to study their thermodynamic properties. The models applied in our study are
What is liquid in random porous media: the Barker-Henderson perturbation theory
We apply the Barker-Henderson (BH) perturbation theory to the study of a Lennard-Jones fluid confined in a random porous matrix formed by hard sphere particles. In order to describe the reference
Scaled particle theory for a hard spherocylinder fluid in a disordered porous medium: Carnahan-Starling and Parsons-Lee corrections
The scaled particle theory (SPT) approximation is applied for the study of the influence of a porous medium on the isotropic-nematic transition in a hard spherocylinder fluid. Two new approaches are
Analytical theory of one- and two-dimensional hard sphere fluids in random porous media
The recently proposed scaled particle theory SPT2 approach to the description of three-dimensional hard sphere fluids in random porous media is extended for oneand two-dimensional cases. Analytical
On generalization of Van der Waals approach for isotropic-nematic fluid phase equilibria of anisotropic fluids in disordered porous medium
A generalized Van der Waals approach is developed for anisotropic fluids in disordered porous media. As the reference system a hard spherocylinder fluid in a disordered porous medium is considered
Generalization of the van der Waals equation for anisotropic fluids in porous media
The generalized van der Waals equation of state for anisotropic liquids in porous media consists of two terms.One of them is based on the equation of state for hard spherocylinders in random porous