# exp-6 potential

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The **exp-6 potential** (or **Exp-Six** potential) is a modified form of the Buckingham potential and is given by (Eq. 1 in ^{[1]}):

where

- is the intermolecular pair potential between two particles or
*sites* - is the value of at which is a minimum.
- is the well depth (energy)
- is the "steepness" of the repulsive energy

## Melting point[edit]

An approximate method to locate the melting point is given in ^{[2]}. See also ^{[3]}.

## See also[edit]

## References[edit]

- ↑ Edward A. Mason "Transport Properties of Gases Obeying a Modified Buckingham (Exp‐Six) Potential", Journal of Chemical Physics
**22**pp. 169-186 (1954) - ↑ Sergey A. Khrapak, Manis Chaudhuri, and Gregor E. Morfill "Freezing of Lennard-Jones-type fluids", Journal of Chemical Physics
**134**054120 (2011) - ↑ Sergey A. Khrapak and Franz Saija "Application of phenomenological freezing and melting indicators to the exp-6 and Gaussian core potentials", Molecular Physics
**109**pp. 2417-2421 (2011)

**Related reading**

- Marvin Ross and Berni Alder "Shock Compression of Argon. II. Nonadditive Repulsive Potential", Journal of Chemical Physics
**46**pp. 4203-4210 (1967) - Marvin Ross and F. H. Ree "Repulsive forces of simple molecules and mixtures at high density and temperature", Journal of Chemical Physics
**73**pp. 6146-6152 (1980) - Teik-Cheng Lim "Scaling Function Between the Exponential-6 and the Generalized Lennard-Jones Potential Functions", Journal of Mathematical Chemistry
**33**pp. 279-285 (2003)