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20), we obtain Z dR0 ¼ N : const: Â ð2:21Þ V Hence rð1Þ ðR0 Þ ¼ N ¼ r: V ð2:22Þ The last relation is almost a self-evident result for homogenous systems. It states that the local density at any point R 0 is equal to the bulk density r. That is, of course, not true in an inhomogeneous system. 14) is defined as Z Z N X ð1Þ 0 N N dðX i À X 0 Þ r ðX Þ ¼ Á Á Á dX PðX Þ Z ¼N Z ÁÁÁ ¼ NP ð1Þ ðX 0 Þ: i¼1 dX PðX ÞdðX 1 À X 0 Þ N N ð2:23Þ Here P(1)(X 0 ) is the probability density of finding a specific particle at a given configuration X 0 .

The effective range of the interaction potential. Beyond this limit, U(R) is zero and therefore the integrand becomes zero as well. Hence, the extension of the range of integration does not affect the value of B2(T). Of the virial coefficients, B2(T) is the most useful. The theory also provides expressions for the higher order corrections to the equation of state. We cite here the expression for the third virial coefficient, Z 1 fexp½ÀbU3 ðX 1 , X 2, X 3 ފ B3 ðT Þ ¼ À 3ð8p2 Þ2 À exp½ÀbU ðX 1 , X 2 Þ À bU ðX 2 , X 3 ފ À exp½ÀbU ðX 1 , X 2 Þ À bU ðX 1 , X 3 ފ À exp½ÀbU ðX 1 , X 3 Þ À bU ðX 2 , X 3 ފ þ exp½ÀbU ðX 1 , X 2 ފ þ exp½ÀbU ðX 1 , X 3 ފ þ exp½ÀbU ðX 2 , X 3 ފ À 1gdX 2 dX 3 : ð1:90Þ We see that this expression is fairly complicated.

5); hence, the sum counts the exact number of particles in S, given a specific configuration XN. 3), we obtain the average number of particles in S: Z Z N X N N N ðSÞ ¼ Á Á Á dX PðX Þ Ai ðRi , SÞ ¼ N Z X Z i¼1 ¼N i¼1 Z Á Á Á dX N PðX N ÞAi ðRi , SÞ Z Á Á Á dX N PðX N ÞA1 ðR1 , SÞ: ð2:6Þ Since all the particles are equivalent, the sum over the index i produces N integrals having the same magnitude. We may therefore select one of these integrals, say i ¼ 1, and replace the sum by N times that specific integral.

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