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Confinement, entropy, and single-particle dynamics of equilibrium hard-sphere mixtures
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Examples of quantities needed to calculate the partial molar excess entropy. In the top and middle panels, we show the average excess entropy per particle and pressure, respectively, as a function of the average number density of species 2 at fixed average number density of species 1. The average excess entropy per particle as a function of pressure is shown in the bottom panel at a fluid composition corresponding to equal volume fractions of each species.

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(Color online) Partial molar excess entropy and average excess entropy per particle as a function of total fluid density for the bulk hard-sphere mixture at a composition corresponding to equal volume fractions of each species.

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(Color online) Self-diffusivity vs total packing fraction for a binary HS fluid in bulk and confined between hard walls.

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(Color online) Self-diffusivity vs partial molar excess entropy for bulk and confined binary hard-sphere fluids between hard walls. (a) and (b) .

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(Color online) Density profiles for components 1 and 2 for a binary hard-sphere fluid confined between hard walls.

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(Color online) Self-diffusivity vs total excess entropy for binary hard-sphere fluids in bulk and confined between hard walls. Filled and empty symbols correspond to and mixtures, respectively.

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(Color online) Self-diffusivity vs [(a), (b)] total excess entropy, and [(c), (d)] partial molar excess entropy for binary hard-sphere fluids in bulk and confined between hard walls. The particle mole fraction values are as shown in the legend.

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Scitation: Confinement, entropy, and single-particle dynamics of equilibrium hard-sphere mixtures
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/127/15/10.1063/1.2795699
10.1063/1.2795699
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