**The Modified Lennard-Jones and Devonshire Equation of State***IJChE, Vol.7, No.3, pp.52-61 (2008).
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**A molecular dynamics study on the role of attractive and repulsive forces in internal energy, internal
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**Mixtures of Dissimilar Molecules***
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**Improvement on Lennard-Jones--Devonshire theory for predicting liquid--solid phase
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**A Theoretical Study of Free Volume Effect on Phase Stability of Hydrogen Bonded Polymer Mixtures by
Lattice Fluid Theory***
IPJ Vol. 7, No. 1, pp.33-40, 1998. *

**A New Model for Predicting Activity and Osmotic Coefficients of Electrolyte Solutions***
IJST Vol. 22, No.3, Transaction B, pp.233-248, 1998. *

**The concentration of electrolytes in charged cylindrical pores: The hydrostatic hypernetted chain / mean
spherical approximation***
J. Chemical Physics, Vol. 104, No. 10, pp.3832, 1996. *

**A single-theory approach to the prediction of solid-liquid and liquid-vapor phase
transitions***
J. Chemical Physics, Vol. 105, No. 21, pp.9580-9587, December 1, 1996. *

**A new analytic statistical mechanical model for polar fluids***
Trends in Chemical Physics, Vol. 3, pp.33-45, 1994. *

**Quadratic Mixing Rules for Equations of State; Origins and Relationships to the Virial
Expansion***Fluid Phase
Equilibria, Vol. 91, pp.67-76, 1993. *

**A simple cubic equation of state for hydrocarbons and other compounds", SPE paper No. 26667***Proceedings of the
1993 Annual SPE Meeting,, Society of Petroleum Engineers, Richardson, TX. *

**A Simple Relation to Predict or Correlate the Excess Functions of Multicomponent Mixtures***
Fluid Phase Equilibria, Vol. 62, pp.173-189, 1991. *

**Prediction of Molecular Aggregation in Fluids Based on Partial Aggregation Theory***
Proceedings of INRESC '98, Vol. 2, pp.966-974, 1989. *

**Thermodynamic Properties of Aggregate Formation in Lennard-Jones Fluids***
Proceedings of INRESC '98, Vol. 2, pp.985-997, 1989. *

**Statistical mechanical test of MHEMHS model of the interaction third virial coefficients***
Fluid Phase Equilibria, 43, 205-212, 1988. *

**Mean Density Approximation and Hard Sphere Expansion Theory: A Review***
Fluid Phase Equilibria, 37, pp.1-27, 1987. *

**Dense Fluid Theory of Mixtures***
J. Chem. Phys., 87, pp.6046-6052, 1987. *

**Accurate Vaporizing Gas Drive Minimum Miscibility Pressure Prediction***
SPE Paper # 15677, Proceedings of the 1986 Annual SPE Convention and Proceedings of the Eastern Regional
Meeting of SPE, Society of Petroleum Engineers, Richardson, TX, 1986. *

**Density Expansion (DEX) Mixing Rules (Thermodynamic Modeling of Supercritical Extraction) ***
J. Chem. Phys., 82, 406, 1985. *

**A New Thermodynamic Model for the Hard-Core Fluid with a Yukawa Tail***
J. Chem. Phys. 82, 2076, 1985. *

**Statistical Mechanical Theory of Local Compositions***
Fluid Phase Equilibria 22, 253, 1985. *

**Optimized Parameters and Exponents of Mie (n,m) Intermolecular Potential Energy Function Based on the
Shape of Molecules***
International J. Thermophysics, Vol.1, No.2, pp.177-184, 1980. *

**Molecular Basis of Activity Coefficient (Isobaric-Isothermal Ensemble Approach) ***
Fluid-Phase Equilibria, Vol.4, pp.61-69, 1980. *

**Statistical Thermodynamic Approach to the Prediction of Vapor-Liquid Equilibria Properties of
Multi-Component Mixtures***
International J. Engineering Science, Vol.15, pp.323-341, 1977. *

**Perturbation Equation of State of Pure Fluids***
International J. Engineering Science, Vol.14, pp.307-317, 1975. *

**Equilibrium Thermodynamic Properties of the Mixtures of Hard Spheres***
J. Chemical Physics, Vol.54, No.4, pp.1523-1525, 1971. *

**Note on the Perturbation Equation of State of Barker and Henderson***
J. Chemical Physics, Vol.41, No.12, pp.5295-5299, 1969. *

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