Density functional theory for hard-sphere mixtures: the White Bear version mark II

@article{HansenGoos2006DensityFT,
  title={Density functional theory for hard-sphere mixtures: the White Bear version mark II},
  author={Hendrik Hansen-Goos and Roland Roth},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter},
  year={2006},
  volume={18},
  pages={8413 - 8425}
}
In the spirit of the White Bear version of fundamental measure theory we derive a new density functional for hard-sphere mixtures which is based on a recent mixture extension of the Carnahan–Starling equation of state. In addition to the capability to predict inhomogeneous density distributions very accurately, like the original White Bear version, the new functional improves upon consistency with an exact scaled-particle theory relation in the case of the pure fluid. We examine consistency in… 

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