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Title: Theory for transport properties of non-spherical molecules of molecular fluids
Authors: Dey, Tarun Kumar
Keywords: Molecular fluid
Transport properties
Non-spherical molecules
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Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: The transport properties of molecular fluids of non-spherical molecules via the Gaussian overlap potential with constant energy have been studied using perturbation method with a non-spherical reference system. Using Verlet-weis method, the effective diameter and radial distribution function have been derived. The theory is applied to calculate the transport properties such as shear viscosity and thermal conductivity of benzene. In all these cases, the agreement is found to be fairly good.
Page(s): 403-405
ISSN: 0019-5596
Source:IJPAP Vol.46(06) [June 2008]

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