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The '''soft statistical associating fluid theory''' (Soft-SAFT) was developed by Lourdes F. Vega, et al (Ref. 1).
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The '''soft statistical associating fluid theory''' (Soft-SAFT) was developed by Felipe J. Blas and Lourdes F. Vega (Ref. 1). It is built from a reference LJ fluid, hence the "soft" label.
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==References==
 
==References==
#[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fluid.2004.06.038 Sofiane Tamouza, J. -Philippe Passarello, Pascal Tobaly and J. -Charles de Hemptinne "Group contribution method with SAFT EOS applied to vapor liquid equilibria of various hydrocarbon series" Fluid Phase Equilibria '''222-223''' pp. 67-76 (2004)]
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#[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1390506  Felipe J. Blas and Lourdes F. Vega  "Improved vapor–liquid equilibria predictions for Lennard-Jones chains from the statistical associating fluid dimer theory: Comparison with Monte Carlo simulationsJournal of Chemical Physics '''115''' pp. 4355-4358 (2001)]
 
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The soft statistical associating fluid theory (Soft-SAFT) was developed by Felipe J. Blas and Lourdes F. Vega (Ref. 1). It is built from a reference LJ fluid, hence the "soft" label.

References

  1. Felipe J. Blas and Lourdes F. Vega "Improved vapor–liquid equilibria predictions for Lennard-Jones chains from the statistical associating fluid dimer theory: Comparison with Monte Carlo simulations" Journal of Chemical Physics 115 pp. 4355-4358 (2001)