An H-theorem for the Enskog equation of a binary mixture of dissimilar hard spheres

Goldstein, Patricia; Garcia-Colin, L. S.
January 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;1/1/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 1, p236
Academic Journal
Discusses the existence of both a global and a local H-theorem for a system consisting of a binary mixture of dissimilar hard spheres within the context of a standardlike Enskog theory. Brief summary of the properties of the entropy density; Entropy production for a local H-theorem.


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