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Nierenzeiger 2014 / 03 by Ossip Groth

By Ossip Groth

800 Nephrology-related unfastened articles which entered PubMedCentral in March 2014 are chosen by means of curiosity to the clinician and scientist energetic in Nephrology with a few contents overlaying Diabetes, Fibrosis, Endocrinology, Osteology and Transplantation drugs. Articles PDFs should be scratched through linked site program at

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The density profile for the polyatomic molecule p(r) is given by P(r) = X Pa(r). a (101) Statistical Mechanics of Fluid Interfaces 29 The minimization of the free energy functional in Eq. (99) over the atomic distribution functions pjr) and the auxiliary functions fjj) allows us to obtain the equilibrium site densities p«(r) =fa(r) J... jirUg/Xrp)] *{#l)({rp}), (102) with / f l (r)=exp[P(M o --^)]. 8 P,, (103) These equations can be solved in a self-consistent manner to derive the density profile for the polyatomic system at a given temperature 7 and chemical potential The interaction site formalism has been successfully applied to the study of interfacial properties of a variety of systems.

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