The Dependence on the Equation of State of NaCl Upon the Choice of the Intermolecular Potential Function

  • F. Mulargia


Because of its availability, high compressibility and regular behavior, sodium chloride is often used in high pressure systems as a pressure reference. Obviously, this implies that its equation of state, i.e. the relationship with respect to volume, temperature and pressure is perfectly known; despite the broad acceptance of this assumption we feel that a few remarks must be made.


Bulk Modulus Pressure Reference High Pressure System Regular Behavior Broad Acceptance 


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  • F. Mulargia
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  1. 1.University of California at Los AngelesLos AngelesUSA

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