## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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A comparison of the structure factor of a Lennard-Jones fluid at pa3 = 0.844, kT/e

= 0.72, which is near the triple point ( ), with the structure factor of a

fluid ( ). (After Verlet 1968.) sphere diameter is used as illustrated in Fig. 11.7.2.

A comparison of the structure factor of a Lennard-Jones fluid at pa3 = 0.844, kT/e

= 0.72, which is near the triple point ( ), with the structure factor of a

**hard sphere**fluid ( ). (After Verlet 1968.) sphere diameter is used as illustrated in Fig. 11.7.2.

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(11.8.5) In the mean spherical aproximation the exponential function in eqn (11.8.

4) is linearized to give (Exercise 11.8.1): c(r)=-u(r)/kT. (11.8.6) It is easy to see

that for

(11.8.5) In the mean spherical aproximation the exponential function in eqn (11.8.

4) is linearized to give (Exercise 11.8.1): c(r)=-u(r)/kT. (11.8.6) It is easy to see

that for

**hard sphere**interaction (c.f. eqn (11.3.7)) the Percus-Yevick equation ...Page 705

It turns out that for the

overestimate of the pressure while the virial result is an underestimate. An

heuristic equation constructed by Carnahan and Starling (see Hansen and

McDonald 1976) p 1 ...

It turns out that for the

**hard sphere**fluid the compressibility result is anoverestimate of the pressure while the virial result is an underestimate. An

heuristic equation constructed by Carnahan and Starling (see Hansen and

McDonald 1976) p 1 ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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