# Difference between revisions of "Generalized exponential model"

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− | The '''Generalized exponential model''' (or '''GEM-m''' potential) is given by (Eq. x in <ref> | + | The '''Generalized exponential model''' (or '''GEM-m''' potential) is given by (Eq. x in <ref>unknown</ref>): |

:<math> \Phi_{12}(r) = \epsilon \exp \left[ -\left( \frac{r}{\sigma} \right)^m \right]</math> | :<math> \Phi_{12}(r) = \epsilon \exp \left[ -\left( \frac{r}{\sigma} \right)^m \right]</math> | ||

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− | + | *[https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5043546 Andreas Kvist Bacher, Thomas B. Schrøder, and Jeppe C. Dyre "The EXP pair-potential system. I. Fluid phase isotherms, isochores, and quasiuniversality", Journal of Chemical Physics '''149''' 114501 (2018)] | |

+ | *[https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5043548 Andreas Kvist Bacher, Thomas B. Schrøder, and Jeppe C. Dyre "The EXP pair-potential system. II. Fluid phase isomorphs", Journal of Chemical Physics '''149''' 114502 (2018)] | ||

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## Latest revision as of 12:03, 25 September 2018

The **Generalized exponential model** (or **GEM-m** potential) is given by (Eq. x in ^{[1]}):

where

- is the intermolecular pair potential between two particles or
*sites*

## Contents

## m=1[edit]

Also known as the EXP model ^{[2]}.

## m=4[edit]

2-dimensions ^{[3]}.

## See also[edit]

## References[edit]

- ↑ unknown
- ↑ Andreas K. Bacher, Thomas B. Schrøder and Jeppe C. Dyre "Explaining why simple liquids are quasi-universal", Nature Communications
**5**Article number 5424 (2014) - ↑ Santi Prestipino and Franz Saija "Hexatic phase and cluster crystals of two-dimensional GEM4 spheres", Journal of Chemical Physics
**141**184502 (2014)

- Related reading

- Andreas Kvist Bacher, Thomas B. Schrøder, and Jeppe C. Dyre "The EXP pair-potential system. I. Fluid phase isotherms, isochores, and quasiuniversality", Journal of Chemical Physics
**149**114501 (2018) - Andreas Kvist Bacher, Thomas B. Schrøder, and Jeppe C. Dyre "The EXP pair-potential system. II. Fluid phase isomorphs", Journal of Chemical Physics
**149**114502 (2018)