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The total effect of all other molecules in the system can be obtained by integrating

(or summing) over all volume elements. The conditional probability, P{r3\rx,r2) is

related to the triplet and pair

The total effect of all other molecules in the system can be obtained by integrating

(or summing) over all volume elements. The conditional probability, P{r3\rx,r2) is

related to the triplet and pair

**distribution**function by g(3)(r, , ii, *) = g(ru r2)P(r3 ...Page 692

11.6 Applications of the pair

pair

molecules, the co-ordination number and the average interaction free energy. A

further ...

11.6 Applications of the pair

**distribution**function We have already seen that thepair

**distribution**functions g(r) contains information about the structure ofmolecules, the co-ordination number and the average interaction free energy. A

further ...

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11.8 Calculation of

by considering the average force between two molecules, one can obtain an

exact equation (eqn (11.4.7)) for the equilibrium pair

terms ...

11.8 Calculation of

**distribution**functions We have already seen in Section 11.4by considering the average force between two molecules, one can obtain an

exact equation (eqn (11.4.7)) for the equilibrium pair

**distribution**function g(r) interms ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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