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Hard sphere equation of state in the close-packed limit
In the expansion of the hard sphere equation of state about close-packing, pV/NkT = 3/α + C0 + C1α + …, where α = VV0 − 1, the first two perturbation terms C0 and C1 have been evaluated by molecularExpand
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Elementary statistical physics
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Theory of Multi‐Component Fluid Mixtures. II. A Corresponding States Treatment
The theoretical basis for a theorem of corresponding states for mixtures is examined in a rigorous manner by the use of statistical mechanics. With the aid of the general theory of mixtures presentedExpand
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Equation of State of Classical Hard Spheres at High Density
Under certain conditions, an asymptotic expression for the equation of state of a classical mechanical system of N ν‐dimensional (ν=1, 2, or 3) hard spheres confined in a volume V is obtained in theExpand
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Progress in Metal Physics. Volume 7.
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Molecular Distribution Functions in a One‐Dimensional Fluid
Exact expressions are derived for the molecular distribution functions in a one‐dimensional fluid whose particles interact with a nearest neighbor pair potential. The pair distribution function forExpand
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Limiting polytope geometry for rigid rods, disks, and spheres
The available configuration space for finite systems of rigid particles separates into equivalent disconnected regions if those systems are highly compressed. This paper presents a study of theExpand
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Elasticity in Rigid‐Disk and ‐Sphere Crystals
Our previously developed product representation for the partition function of rigid molecules under high compression is generalized to include distorted reference lattices. The resulting strainExpand
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Applications of the Free Volume Theory of Binary Mixtures
Detailed calculations for the free volume theory of binary mixtures are presented and compared with experimental results. It is found that this theory predicts heats of mixing and volumes of mixingExpand
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Methods of evaluating N-dimensional integrals with polytope bounds
Three algebraic methods of evaluating integrals of the form, I=∫…∫P(XN)∑i=1KHai0+∏i=1NaijXidx1,…, dxN, where H(x) is the unit Heaviside function and P(xN) is a polynomial in the N integrationExpand
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