Molecular simulation of the phase behavior of noble gases using accurate two-body and three-body intermolecular potentials
Sadus, Richard J.
11000/11 | Q | QC
arxiv: Physics::Atomic Physics
Gibbs ensemble Monte Carlo simulations are reported for the vapor- liquid phase coexistence of argon, krypton, and xenon. The calculations employ accurate two-body potentials in addition to contributions from three-body dispersion interactions resulting from third-order triple-dipole, dipole-dipole-quadrupole, dipole- quadrupole-quadrupole, quadrupole-quadrupole-quadrupole, and fourth- order triple- dipole terms. It is shown that vapor-liquid equilibria are affected substantially by three-body interactions. The addition of three-body interactions results in good overall agreement of theory with experimental data. In particular, the subcritical liquid- phase densities are predicted accurately. (C) 1999 American Institute of Physics. S0021- 9606(99)50728-9.
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