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By Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

ISBN-10: 047014288X

ISBN-13: 9780470142882

ISBN-10: 0471825824

ISBN-13: 9780471825821

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BEDEAUX the fields given in Eqs. 5), which are singular at the dividing surface and the balance equation for which follows rigorously from the balance equation for the continuous fields. 20 It follows rigorously from the analysis in references 18 and 19 that no contributions to the fields proportional to normal derivatives of 6" are needed. The origin of this fact on the one hand is the assumption that averaging the microscopic balance equations over regions with the typical size of the bulk correlation length (the local equilibrium ensemble) again leads to balance equations, but now for continuously varying coarsegrained variables, and, on the other hand, is due to the proper choice of the variables.

It is this last choice that is clearly used in reference 19. 15 R, and R2 are the so-called radii of curvature. 29) In the description we are using the radii of curvature have been assumed to be large compared with the bulk correlation length. As a consequence, the curvature C will be small compared with one divided by the bulk correlation length. For a cell in the surface of discontinuity with a diameter of the order of a bulk correlation length, the surface of discontinuity thus appears to be practically flat.

B. Inelastic Neutron Scattering 1. -H. CHEN AND J . ' This feature is particularly valuable for the case of water, because hydrogen motion is sensitive to the formation of hydrogen bonds. ' Thus, comparisons of neutron-scattering experiments with results of CMD serve the valuable purpose of finding the defects and merits of various proposed intermolecular-potential models and suggesting possible refinements of these models. Since the vibrational spectrum of water stretches from 0 to -500 meV (0-4000cm-l), a wide range that is impossible to cover with a single neutron spectrometer, we have divided this topic between two subsections.

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