Molecular Distribution Functions in a One‐Dimensional Fluid

@inproceedings{Salsburg1953MolecularDF,
  title={Molecular Distribution Functions in a One‐Dimensional Fluid},
  author={Zevi W. Salsburg and Robert W. Zwanzig and John G. Kirkwood},
  year={1953}
}
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 for rigid spheres is found to be identical with Frenkel's result. The one‐dimensional form of a new set of integral equations for the molecular distribution functions is examined. The superposition principle is found to be exact in a one‐dimensional fluid with nearest neighbor interactions. 

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