By John Greenlees

ISBN-10: 1402018339

ISBN-13: 9781402018336

This e-book comprises a chain of expository articles on axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy idea bobbing up out of a NATO complicated learn Institute of an identical identify on the Isaac Newton Institute for the Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge, united kingdom in September 2002.

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The probability to ﬁnd scaled spherocylinder in an empty HS matrix is equal to p0 ðas ; ks Þ ¼ 1 À g0 ! 63) one can ﬁnd the derivatives needed for the description of thermodynamic properties of a conﬁned fluid: p00a ¼ À3 D1 3 L1 g0 ; p00a ¼ À g0 ; D0 2 D0 D2 p000kk ¼ À6g0 12 ; D0 p000ak ¼ À3g0 L1 D1 ; D0 D0 ð1:64Þ where g0 is the packing fraction of HS matrix particles. The probe particle porosity in this case is equal to [32] Fig. 2 Coexistence lines of isotropic-nematic phases of a hard spherocylinder fluid in a hard sphere matrix for L1 =D1 ¼ 20 and D0 ¼ L1 presented as a dependence of the spherocylinder fluid density c ¼ 14 pq1 L21 D1 on the matrix packing fraction g0 .

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