Radial distribution functions from the Born-Green integral equation

by A. A. Broyles

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Comparisons between solutions to the Born-Green integral equation and radial distribution functions obtained by the Monte Carlo method by Wood and Parker for the Lennard-Jones potential. It is observed that multiplying the particle separation distance in the Born-Green case by a constant factor improves the agreement for loops beyond the first.

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