Random sequential adsorption : Series and virial expansions

@inproceedings{Dickman2000RandomSA,
  title={Random sequential adsorption : Series and virial expansions},
  author={Ronald Dickman and Jian-Sheng Wang Institutftir},
  year={2000}
}
We’introduce an operator formalism for random sequential adsorption on lattices and in continuous space. This provides a convenient framework for deriving series expansions for the deposition rate de /dt in powers oft. Several specific examples-the square lattice with nearestneighbor exclusion, and with exclusion extended to next-nearest neighbors, and disks and oriented squares on the plane-are considered in detail. Precise estimates for 8(t) and the jamming coverage are obtained via Pad6… CONTINUE READING
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