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Intermolecular forces and equation of state for solid molecular in pseudoharmonic approximation

  • C. Malinowska-Adamska
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Abstract

An analytical and numerical expression for intermolecular potentials appropriate for solid molecular are given in harmonic and pseudoharmonic approximations.

The given potentials are used to compute the internal energy, the specific heat and the coefficient of the linear thermal expansion for atoms crystallize in a face centred cubic lattice and in a body-centred cubic lattice.

Keywords

Potential Parameter Intermolecular Force Virial Coefficient Linear Thermal Expansion Potential Energy Curve 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • C. Malinowska-Adamska
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of PhysicsTechnical University of ŁódzŁódzPoland

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