Fisher, Robert Alexander
Liquid and dense gaseous argon has been simulated
(using the Barker-Bobetic potential) by means of molecular
dynamics techniques similar to those developed by Rahman.
The equilibrium properties have been calculated using 108
particles interacting through a truncated potential, together
with perturbation theory to correct for the finite size of
the systems well as quantum and three-body effects. Good
agreement with the experimental values of the pressure and
internal energy has been...[Show more]
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