R V Gopala Rao
Articles written in Journal of Chemical Sciences
Volume 90 Issue 1 January 1981 pp 43-52 Physical and Theoretical
Orientational model for liquid CS2 has been reviewed and shown that proper selection of centre structure produces molecular structure factors comparable with reference interaction site model (RISM) for both x-ray and neutron data even with the parallel alignment suggested by Suzuki and Egelstaff. With this justification of orientational model next centre structure factors were calculated from measured structure data and therefrom obtained various correlation functions including the pair potential and partial structures.
Volume 91 Issue 3 June 1982 pp 267-277 Inorganic and Analytical
Assuming the separation of the intermolecular scattering function into the radial and angular parts and using Egelstaff
Volume 93 Issue 3 April 1984 pp 459-478 Theoretical Chemistry
The liquids differ from gases and solids in that they are neither completely ordered like the latter nor completely disordered like the former. Thus they have only short range order and long range disorder. Nevertheless much progress has been made in understanding liquids during the last one and half decades. This paper reviews the progress made in this field including the contributions made by the author and his group.
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