Thermodynamic limit for many-temperature mixtures of classical neutral particles
S. S. Vallander
The existence of a thermodynamic limit (Van Hove's theorem) is proved for classical systems of neutral particles under more general assumptions than hitherto adopted. Namely, manytemperature systems, i.e., systems in which there are restrictions on the exchange of energy between certain degrees of freedom (say translational and vibrational) are considered. In addition, the conditions on the interaction potential under which the theorem proved is true and discussed. In particular, it is shown that the thermodynamic limit in the configuration
microeanonical ensemble exists without the assumption of stability of the interaction. All the proofs are given for mixtures of partices of several species.
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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1974, 20:1, 694–703
S. S. Vallander, “Thermodynamic limit for many-temperature mixtures of classical neutral particles”, TMF, 20:1 (1974), 100–111; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 20:1 (1974), 694–703
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