Second Virial Coefficient for One-Dimensional Systems
Exactly solvable models are very important in modern statistical physics. Such models can give essential information about investigating physical objects. Unfortu nately these models can not posses all properties of real systems. But exact analytical solutions permit us to calculate very important quantities, which can not be done for the real ones, or can be done only numerically. One of the most popular models in statistical mechanics is the model of hard core spheres. This model has been used to in vestigate properties of the second ([8,9]) and third () virial coefficients. Even phase transitions can be observed in this model .
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