Alternative formulation of the induced surface and curvature tensions approach

  title={Alternative formulation of the induced surface and curvature tensions approach},
  author={Kyrill A. Bugaev},
  journal={Journal of Physics G},
  • K. Bugaev
  • Published 24 November 2020
  • Physics
  • Journal of Physics G
We develop a novel method to analyze the excluded volume of the multicomponent mixtures of classical hard spheres in the grand canonical ensemble. The method is based on the Laplace-Fourier transform technique and allows one to account for the fluctuations of the particle number density for the induced surface and curvature tensions equation of state. As a result one can go beyond the Van der Waals approximation by obtaining the suppression of the induced surface and curvature tensions… 
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