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− | The '''Duh-Haymet''' (Ref. 1) (1995) Padé (3/2) approximation for the Bridge function for the [[Lennard Jones]] system is (Eq. 13) | + | The '''Duh-Haymet''' (Ref. 1) (1995) Padé (3/2) approximation for the Bridge function for the [[Lennard-Jones]] system is (Eq. 13) |

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==References== | ==References== | ||

#[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.470724 Der-Ming Duh and A. D. J. Haymet "Integral equation theory for uncharged liquids: The Lennard-Jones fluid and the bridge function", Journal of Chemical Physics '''103''' pp. 2625-2633 (1995)] | #[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.470724 Der-Ming Duh and A. D. J. Haymet "Integral equation theory for uncharged liquids: The Lennard-Jones fluid and the bridge function", Journal of Chemical Physics '''103''' pp. 2625-2633 (1995)] | ||

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## Revision as of 17:10, 27 February 2007

The **Duh-Haymet** (Ref. 1) (1995) Padé (3/2) approximation for the Bridge function for the Lennard-Jones system is (Eq. 13)

where (Eq. 10) where is the perturbative (attractive) part of the pair potential.