THE MULTI-DENSITY INTEGRAL EQUATION APPROACH IN THE THEORY OF COMPLEX
Authors: M.F.Holovko (Institute for Condensed Matter Physics, of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 1 Svientsitskii Str., 290011 Lviv, Ukraine)
Recent development of the multi-density integral equation approach and its application to the statistical mechanical modelling of a different type of association and clusterization in liquids are reviewed. The effects of pairing, polymerization, solvation, formation of the network bonds and self-assembling are discussed. The numerical and analytical solutions of the integral equations in the multi-density formalism are used for the description of the association phenomena in the electrolyte and polyelectrolyte solutions, water, polymers, microemulsions and other fluids. The application of the multi-density integral equation approach for the treatment of the percolation phenomena, the adsorption of fluids in porous media and the description of electronic structure of associative fluids are illustrated.
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