# SAFT (statistical associating fluid theory)

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The **statistical associating fluid theory** (SAFT) is a perturbation theory developed by Walter G. Chapman, Keith E. Gubbins, George Jackson, and Maciej Radosz
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**Related reading**

- Erich A. Müller and Keith E. Gubbins "Molecular-Based Equations of State for Associating Fluids: A Review of SAFT and Related Approaches", Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research
**40**pp. 2193-2211 (2001) - Sugata P. Tan, Hertanto Adidharma and Maciej Radosz "Recent Advances and Applications of Statistical Associating Fluid Theory", Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research
**47**pp. 8063-8082 (2008) - Clare McCabe and Amparo Galindo "SAFT Associating Fluids and Fluid Mixtures", in Applied Thermodynamics of Fluids (Eds. Anthony R. Goodwin, Jan Sengers, Cor J Peters) Royal Society of Chemistry (2010) Chapter 8