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76) exactly for G(1, x ) ! On the basis of this evidence, Wertheim was moved to seek an exact solution of the Percus-Yevick equation. ) In an elegant paperI4 he accomplished this solution and found that the equation of state derived from it was precisely (77). Thus the Percus-Yevick theory and the scaled particle theory yield identical results, at least for the case of hard spheres. As we mentioned in Section I, this is the first time that two separate non-heuristic theories of fluids have yielded identical analytical results.
The points which appear in Fig. 1 are taken from their data while the curve is a plot of Eq. (72). Agreement is very good. The broken vertical line denotes the value of x a t which Wainwright and Alder observed the phase transition. The points plotteg for values of x beyond. this line are the metastable ones. 412 Because the phase transition may be associated with the singularities, it may be valuable to utilize Eq. (34), which deals directly with a singularity. I n this case, however, G would have t o be specified by a form other than th at provided b y (65).
Rs. This is not surprising because, as we mentioned earlier, the law of corresponding states fails in the case of these salts.