# Self-consistent field theory of density correlations in classical fluids

@article{Frusawa2018SelfconsistentFT, title={Self-consistent field theory of density correlations in classical fluids}, author={H. Frusawa}, journal={Physical Review E}, year={2018}, volume={98}, pages={052130} }

More than half of a century has passed since the free energy of classical fluids defined by second Legendre transform was derived as a functional of density-density correlation function. It is now becoming an increasingly significant issue to develop the correlation functional theory that encompasses the liquid state theory, especially for glassy systems where out of equilibrium correlation fields are to be investigated. Here we have formulated a field theoretic perturbation theory that… Expand

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