Reaction field

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The reaction field method, sometimes known as the Onsager reaction field [1], was introduced by Barker and Watts [2][3].

Damped reaction field method[edit]

[4].

Vapour-liquid equilibria[edit]

[5]

Anisotropic models[edit]

Monte Carlo simulations have been performed for dipolar anisotropic models (hard spherocylinders [6] and the Gay-Berne model [7]), both indicating that the results for the reaction field and the Ewald sum are equivalent. However, the reaction field presents a considerable reduction in the computer time required.

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