His primary areas of investigation include Dipole, Hard spheres, Dielectric, Condensed matter physics and Classical mechanics. His study in Dipole is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Computational chemistry, Dilution and Solvent. His Computational chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chemical physics, Hydrogen bond and Aqueous solution.
His studies in Hard spheres integrate themes in fields like Pair potential, Potential of mean force, Molecular physics, Statistical physics and Quantum Monte Carlo. His research integrates issues of Ion, Polarizability and Mean field theory in his study of Dielectric. The study incorporates disciplines such as Colloid and Phase in addition to Condensed matter physics.
His primary areas of study are Chemical physics, Thermodynamics, Dipole, Molecular dynamics and Condensed matter physics. His Chemical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Solvent, Nucleation, Crystallography, Molecule and Ion. His Thermodynamics research includes elements of Polarizability, Activity coefficient, Aqueous solution, Water model and Ionic bonding.
His Dipole research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Classical mechanics, Statistical physics, Mean field theory, Dielectric and Hard spheres. The various areas that G. N. Patey examines in his Hard spheres study include Molecular physics, Radial distribution function and Pair potential. His work carried out in the field of Condensed matter physics brings together such families of science as Phase and Ferroelectricity.
G. N. Patey mostly deals with Molecular dynamics, Chemical physics, Thermodynamics, Aqueous solution and Nucleation. His research in Molecular dynamics intersects with topics in Crystallography, Urea, Small-angle neutron scattering and Phase. G. N. Patey interconnects Ion, Field, Ice nucleus and Molecule in the investigation of issues within Chemical physics.
His Ion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dipole, Polarization, Polarizability, Statistical physics and Mean field theory. His Thermodynamics study incorporates themes from Ionic bonding, Water model and Dissolution. His research investigates the connection between Aqueous solution and topics such as Mole fraction that intersect with issues in Dilution.
His primary scientific interests are in Molecular dynamics, Chemical physics, Thermodynamics, Water model and Nucleation. His research on Molecular dynamics often connects related topics like Ion. In his study, Supersaturation is inextricably linked to Crystallography, which falls within the broad field of Ion.
He has researched Chemical physics in several fields, including Nanotechnology and Aqueous solution. G. N. Patey usually deals with Thermodynamics and limits it to topics linked to Structure factor and Compressibility, Wavenumber and Critical point. His studies in Nucleation integrate themes in fields like Ice crystals and Amorphous ice.
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The solution of the hypernetted‐chain approximation for fluids of nonspherical particles. A general method with application to dipolar hard spheres
P. H. Fries;G. N. Patey.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1985)
Orientational order in simple dipolar liquids: Computer simulation of a ferroelectric nematic phase.
Dongqing Wei;G. N. Patey.
Physical Review Letters (1992)
A Monte Carlo method for obtaining the interionic potential of mean force in ionic solution
G. N. Patey;J. P. Valleau.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1975)
On the molecular theory of aqueous electrolyte solutions. I. The solution of the RHNC approximation for models at finite concentration
P. G. Kusalik;G. N. Patey.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1988)
Electrical double layers. II. Monte Carlo and HNC studies of image effects
G. M. Torrie;J. P. Valleau;G. N. Patey.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1982)
Fluids of polarizable hard spheres with dipoles and tetrahedral quadrupoles Integral equation results with application to liquid water
S.L. Carnie;G.N. Patey.
Molecular Physics (1982)
The interaction of two spherical colloidal particles in electrolyte solution. An application of the hypernetted‐chain approximation
G. N. Patey.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1980)
Ferroelectric liquid-crystal and solid phases formed by strongly interacting dipolar soft spheres
Dongqing Wei;G. N. Patey.
Physical Review A (1992)
Isotropic fluid phases of dipolar hard spheres
Philip J. Camp;J. C. Shelley;G. N. Patey.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
An integral equation theory for the dense dipolar hard-sphere fluid
Molecular Physics (1977)
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