A New Fluid Integral Equation Application to the Equation of State of Xenon
Fluid integral equations are a valuable tool for studying structural and thermodynamical properties of classical fluids at equilibrium. A renewed interest for this kind of theory stems from the appearance of new models able to treat accurately a wide spectrum of systems, in various conditions (neutral or charged pure fluids, mixtures).
KeywordsMolten Salt Electronic Excitation Fluid Model High Explosive Shock Velocity
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