semipermeable wall, hard-sphere mixture, integral equation, Ornstein-Zernike
An integral equation approach for a binary hard-sphere mixture interacting with a planar semipermeable wall (membrane) is formulated by using the second-order nonuniform or pair Ornstein–Zernike equation as well as the usual singlet Ornstein–Zernike equation. The results of the pair theory are compared with those obtained from the singlet theory and with computer simulation data. The pair approach is more accurate than the singlet theory.
Original Publication Citation
Bryk, P., D. Henderson, and S. Sokolowski. "A fluid in contact with a semipermeable surface: Second-order integral equation approach." The Journal of Chemical Physics 17 (1997): 3333-3336.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Henderson, Douglas; Bryk, Pawel; and Sokolowski, Stefan, "A fluid in contact with a semipermeable surface: Second-order integral equation approach" (1997). Faculty Publications. 663.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Chemistry and Biochemistry
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