10-4-3 Lennard-Jones potential

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The 10-4-3 model is a variant of the Lennard-Jones model designed for use in fluid-wall systems and is given by


 \Phi_{W} \left( x \right) = 2\pi  \epsilon_{sf} \rho_s \sigma^2 \Delta 
\left[  \frac{2}{5} \left( \frac{ \sigma} { x }\right)^{10} - \left( \frac{ \sigma} { x }\right)^{4} - \left( \frac{\sigma^4 }{ 3\Delta( x + 0.61 \Delta)^3  }\right) \right]

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References[edit]

  1. William A. Steele "The physical interaction of gases with crystalline solids I. Gas-solid energies and properties of isolated adsorbed atoms", Surface Science 36 pp. 317-352 (1973)
  2. William A. Steele "The interaction of rare gas atoms with graphitized carbon black", Journal of Physical Chemistry 82 pp. 817 - 821 (1978)