Fundamental measure theory for hard-sphere mixtures revisited: the White Bear version

@article{Roth2002FundamentalMT,
  title={Fundamental measure theory for hard-sphere mixtures revisited: the White Bear version},
  author={Roland Roth and Robert Evans and Andreas Lang and Gerhard Kahl},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter},
  year={2002},
  volume={14},
  pages={12063-12078}
}
We develop a density functional for hard-sphere mixtures which keeps the structure of Rosenfeld's fundamental measure theory (FMT) whilst inputting the Mansoori–Carnahan–Starling–Leland bulk equation of state. Density profiles for the pure hard-sphere fluid and for some binary mixtures adsorbed at a planar hard wall obtained from the present functional exhibit some improvement over those from the original FMT. The pair direct correlation function c(2) (r) of the pure hard-sphere fluid, obtained… 

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