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TMF, 1975, Volume 23, Number 2, Pages 244–252 (Mi tmf3802)  

Extension of Mayer's theorems to gases with many-particle forces

R. A. Radzhabov


Abstract: Mayer diagram technique for the case of classical non-ideal gas with arbitrary multiparticle forces is analysed. A version of the proof of the 1-st Mayer theorem (connectedness of the logarithm of statistical sum) and the second Mayer theorem (star-like form of all graphs in the virial expansion) is proposed, which is valid for systems with multiparticle forces.

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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1975, 23:2, 484–490

Received: 03.07.1974

Citation: R. A. Radzhabov, “Extension of Mayer's theorems to gases with many-particle forces”, TMF, 23:2 (1975), 244–252; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 23:2 (1975), 484–490

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