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### Field theory for charged fluids and colloids

- Physics
- 1998

Charged systems are considered using field theoretic methods which include fluctuations and correlations via a systematic expansion in powers of the local electrostatic potential. At the Gaussian…

### On the theory of dipolar fluids and ion–dipole mixtures

- Physics
- 1978

The Stillinger–Lovett condition for the second moment of ion–ion distribution functions is obtained from first principles for an ion–dipole mixture. The Debye–Huckel form for the asymptotic behavior…

### Integral equations in ionic solution theory

- Physics
- 1964

An exact formal integral equation is derived for the solute radial distribution functions in a multi-component solution of ions interacting with a Coulomb potential plus a short-range potential. The…

### Symmetry breaking gives rise to energy spectra of three states of matter

- PhysicsScientific Reports
- 2013

A generic form of an interacting phonon Hamiltonian with ground state configurations minimising the potential is introduced that enables a unified description of all three states of matter.

### Mode Expansion in Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics. III. Optimized Convergence and Application to Ionic Solution Theory

- Physics
- 1971

The mode expansion is an infinite series for the Helmholtz free energy of a system of classical particles with spherically symmetric interparticle potentials. A systematic procedure is presented for…

### Energy criterion in the interpretation of dielectric relaxation

- Physics
- 1993

The “universal” fractional-power-law frequency dependence of relaxation seen in most solid dielectrics has the unique property that the ratio of macroscopic energy lost per radian to energy stored is…

### Charge renormalization, osmotic pressure, and bulk modulus of colloidal crystals: Theory

- Physics
- 1984

The interactions between charged colloidal particles with sufficient strength to cause crystallization are shown to be describable in terms of the usual Debye–Huckel approximation, but with a…

### The phonon theory of liquid thermodynamics

- PhysicsScientific Reports
- 2012

A phonon theory of liquids is developed where the perceived difficulty is that interactions in a liquid are both strong and system-specific, implying that the energy strongly depends on the liquid type and that liquid energy can not be calculated in general form.

### An introduction to dispersive interactions

- Physics
- 2009

Dispersive forces are a kind of van der Waals intermolecular force which could only be fully understood with the establishment of quantum mechanics and, in particular, of quantum electrodynamics. In…