Third virial coefficients for saturated square well particles

Speedy, Robin J.
June 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;6/15/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 23, p9793
Academic Journal
Investigates the third virial coefficient for saturated square well (SSW) particles. Model for atoms and molecules with valency in which the interparticle potential is not pairwise additive; Many-body constraints in the potential; Simulation results to determine the density and temperature ranges over which the truncated series is accurate.


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