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+ | {{user DDcampayo/Sandbox/fortran66}} | ||
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+ | {{user DDcampayo/Sandbox/cplusplus}} | ||
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+ | {{popular}} | ||
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+ | <div style="border:1px solid #f3f3ff; padding-left: 0.5em !important; background-color: #f3f3ff; border-width: 0 0 0 1.4em; clear:right; float:right;"> | ||
+ | Notation used: | ||
+ | *<math>g(r)</math> is the [[Pair distribution function | pair distribution function]]. | ||
+ | *<math>\Phi(r)</math> is the [[Intermolecular pair potential | pair potential]] acting between pairs. | ||
+ | *<math>h(1,2)</math> is the [[Total correlation function | total correlation function]]. | ||
+ | *<math>c(1,2)</math> is the [[Direct correlation function | direct correlation function]]. | ||
+ | *<math>\gamma (r)</math> is the [[Indirect correlation function | indirect]] (or ''series'' or ''chain'') correlation function. | ||
+ | *<math>y(r_{12})</math> is the [[Cavity correlation function | cavity correlation function]]. | ||
+ | *<math>B(r)</math> is the [[ bridge function]]. | ||
+ | *<math>\omega(r)</math> is the [[Thermal potential | thermal potential]]. | ||
+ | *<math>f(r)</math> is the [[Mayer f-function]]. | ||
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Latest revision as of 22:53, 8 September 2010
Hi world. --Dduque 14:18, 23 April 2008 (CEST)
f66 | This user uses fortran 66 |
C++ | This user uses C++ |
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Notation used:
- is the pair distribution function.
- is the pair potential acting between pairs.
- is the total correlation function.
- is the direct correlation function.
- is the indirect (or series or chain) correlation function.
- is the cavity correlation function.
- is the bridge function.
- is the thermal potential.
- is the Mayer f-function.