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In a system of particles interacting through central pair forces, we can derive a

simple

intermolecular interactions, the pair potential V(r) and the radial distribution

function g(r): ...

In a system of particles interacting through central pair forces, we can derive a

simple

**equation**between the excess internal energy U per molecule due tointermolecular interactions, the pair potential V(r) and the radial distribution

function g(r): ...

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This

) Attempts by scientists to describe the physical world led them to the formulation

of various types of partial differential

This

**equation**can be written in the familiar form as F = d(my)ldt = m(dvldt) = ma (4) Attempts by scientists to describe the physical world led them to the formulation

of various types of partial differential

**equations**. The mathematical model for the ...Page 602

The constant flux

Nernst-Planck

of both concentration and potential within the membrane, a variety of solutions ...

The constant flux

**equation**is then J = ucF = -[uRT] dcldx - zFuc dtyldx This is theNernst-Planck

**equation**. Since a full solution of this**equation**includes variationsof both concentration and potential within the membrane, a variety of solutions ...

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### Contents

Liquid Alkali Metals 1 John F Schenck | 337 |

Liquid Chromatography 13 Russell L Rasmussen Joseph | 363 |

Liquid Crystal Devices 41 Manifold Geometry | 397 |

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