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Critical asymmetry in renormalization group theory for fluids
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10.1063/1.4810809
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Vapour-liquid coexistence for SW fluid of potential range λ = 1.5 compared with simulation data. Saturated pressure curve is shown in the inset. Symbols are simulation data: ◊, ◯, □, and Δ.

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FIG. 2.

Vapour-liquid coexistence for SW fluid of potential range λ = 2.0 compared with simulation data. Saturated pressure curve is shown in the inset. Symbols are simulation data: □, Δ, ◯, and ◊.

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FIG. 3.

Vapour-liquid coexistence for SW fluid of potential range λ = 3.0 compared with simulation data. Saturated pressure curve is shown in the inset. Symbols □ are simulation data.

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FIG. 4.

Vapour-liquid coexistence for hard-core Yukawa fluid of λ = 1.8 compared with simulation data. Saturated pressure curve is shown in the inset. Symbols are simulation data: □ and Δ.

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FIG. 5.

Vapour-liquid coexistence for SW dimer fluid of λ = 1.5 compared with simulation data. Symbols are simulation data: □, ◯, and Δ.

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FIG. 6.

Vapour-liquid phase diagrams of methane and ethane in temperature-density plane. Symbols are experimental data.

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FIG. 7.

Vapour-liquid phase diagrams of pentane and heptane in temperature-density plane. Symbols are experimental data.

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FIG. 8.

The coexistence diameter of SW λ = 1.5 in the temperature range and the inset shows coexistence diameter in . Solid symbols (■) are simulation data.

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FIG. 9.

The coexistence diameter of SW λ = 2.0 and the inset shows coexistence diameter in . Solid symbols (■) are simulation data.

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FIG. 10.

The coexistence diameter of SW fluid of λ = 3.0.

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FIG. 11.

The coexistence diameter of hard-core Yukawa fluids λ = 1.8.

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FIG. 12.

The coexistence diameter of SW dimer fluids of λ = 1.5 and the inset shows coexistence diameter in . Solid symbols (■) are simulation data.

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FIG. 13.

The coexistence diameter of methane and the inset shows coexistence diameter in . Solid symbols (■) are available experimental data.

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FIG. 14.

The coexistence diameter of ethane and the inset shows coexistence diameter in . Solid symbols (■) are available experimental data.

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FIG. 15.

The coexistence diameter of pentane and the inset shows coexistence diameter in .

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FIG. 16.

The coexistence diameter of heptane and the inset shows coexistence diameter in . Solid symbols (■) are available experimental data.

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FIG. 17.

The critical exponent β(a) and δ(b) obtained by RG approaches and SAFT-VR for the SW dimer fluid of λ = 1.5. Red dashed lines correspond to the values of β and δ of 3D Ising universality, respectively.

Tables

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Table I.

The parameters used in RG calculations. Methods used: (a) GRG, (b) SAFT-VR+GRG, and (c) SAFT-VR+RG.

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Table II.

The parameters used to model alkanes. Methods used: (b) SAFT-VR+GRG and (c) SAFT-VR+RG (as in Table I ).

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Table III.

The comparison of critical points of model fluids obtained by (a) GRG, (b) SAFT-VR+GRG, and (c) SAFT-VR+RG with simulation results (sim).

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Table IV.

The comparison of critical points of alkanes obtained by (b) SAFT-VR+GRG and (c) SAFT-VR+RG (as in Table I ) with experimental (expt.) data [Ref. ] in reduced units.

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Table V.

Calculated critical exponents compared with 3D Ising universal values and mean-field results.

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Scitation: Critical asymmetry in renormalization group theory for fluids
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