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where <math>\rho</math> is the density of the fluid. | where <math>\rho</math> is the density of the fluid. | ||

==Universality of the Bridge functional== | ==Universality of the Bridge functional== | ||

− | For Rosenfeld's principle of the universality of the bridge functional see | + | For Rosenfeld's principle of the universality of the bridge functional see Ref. 2. |

==References== | ==References== | ||

− | + | #[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.2737046 Jean-Marc Bomont and Jean-Louis Bretonnet "Approximative “one particle” bridge function B(1)(r) for the theory of simple fluids", Journal of Chemical Physics '''126''' 214504 (2007)] | |

− | + | #[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.464569 Yaakov Rosenfeld "Free energy model for inhomogeneous fluid mixtures: Yukawa-charged hard spheres, general interactions, and plasmas", Journal of Chemical Physics '''98''' pp. 8126-8148 (1993)] | |

− | + | #[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1860559 Sang Kyu Kwak and David A. Kofke "Evaluation of bridge-function diagrams via Mayer-sampling Monte Carlo simulation", Journal of Chemical Physics '''122''' 104508 (2005)] | |

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[[category: integral equations]] | [[category: integral equations]] |