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where <math>N</math> is the number of atoms on each sphere, i.e. N=60. | where <math>N</math> is the number of atoms on each sphere, i.e. N=60. | ||

====Approximate non-conformal potential==== | ====Approximate non-conformal potential==== | ||

− | The [[Approximate non-conformal potential]] ('''ANC''') for the C60 fullerene is given by (Eq 6 in <ref>[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemphys.2017.05.014 Jesús Eloy Ramos "Effective intermolecular potential and critical point for C60 molecule", Chemical Physics '''492''' pp. 5-11 (2017)]</ref>): | + | The [[Approximate non-conformal potential]] ('''ANC''') for the C60 fullerene is given by (Eq 6 in <ref>[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemphys.2017.05.014 Jesús Eloy Ramos "Effective intermolecular potential and critical point for C60 molecule", Journal of Chemical Physics '''492''' pp. 5-11 (2017)]</ref>): |

:<math>\Phi_{12}(z) = \epsilon \left[ \frac{1-a}{(z^3/S +1 - 1/S)^{1/3} -a} \right]^{12} - 2\epsilon \left[ \frac{1-a}{(z^3/S +1 - 1/S)^{1/3} -a} \right]^{6} </math> | :<math>\Phi_{12}(z) = \epsilon \left[ \frac{1-a}{(z^3/S +1 - 1/S)^{1/3} -a} \right]^{12} - 2\epsilon \left[ \frac{1-a}{(z^3/S +1 - 1/S)^{1/3} -a} \right]^{6} </math> |