Ian R. McDonald mainly focuses on Molecular dynamics, Thermodynamics, Molecule, Statistical physics and Atomic physics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chemical physics, Work, Crystallography, Phase and Physical chemistry. His research investigates the connection with Thermodynamics and areas like Intermolecular potential which intersect with concerns in Computational chemistry.
His studies in Molecule integrate themes in fields like Range and Quadrupole. His work on Statistical mechanics and Classical fluids as part of his general Statistical physics study is frequently connected to Simple and Frenkel line, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The various areas that Ian R. McDonald examines in his Statistical mechanics study include Distribution function, Ornstein–Zernike equation, Excess chemical potential and Hypernetted-chain equation.
Ian R. McDonald focuses on Molecular dynamics, Chemical physics, Molecule, Phase and Statistical physics. His Molecular dynamics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Neutron scattering, Thermodynamics, Physical chemistry, Molecular physics and Ion. His work in Chemical physics addresses issues such as Stereochemistry, which are connected to fields such as Self-assembled monolayer.
His research integrates issues of Adsorption and Atomic physics in his study of Molecule. His work in the fields of Statistical physics, such as Statistical mechanics, intersects with other areas such as Autocorrelation. His Distribution function research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Structure factor and Ornstein–Zernike equation.
Ian R. McDonald mainly investigates Statistical physics, Distribution function, Classical mechanics, Pair distribution function and Statistical mechanics. His studies deal with areas such as Fourier transform and Brownian motion as well as Statistical physics. His work on BBGKY hierarchy as part of general Distribution function research is often related to Structure, thus linking different fields of science.
His Classical mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Critical dimension, Fixed point, Lattice and Mean field theory. His Pair distribution function research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hard spheres, Dielectric and Degrees of freedom. His Statistical mechanics research incorporates elements of Time evolution and Molecular orbital theory.
His main research concerns Statistical physics, Statistical mechanics, Hard spheres, Granularity and Soft matter. His Statistical physics research incorporates themes from Time evolution, Distribution function and Perturbation. Ian R. McDonald has included themes like Internal energy, Physical system and Molecular dynamics in his Time evolution study.
In general Distribution function study, his work on BBGKY hierarchy often relates to the realm of Function, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Perturbation study incorporates themes from van der Waals force, Van der waals model and Pair potential. His work carried out in the field of Smoluchowski coagulation equation brings together such families of science as Mesoscopic physics, Spinodal decomposition, Complex fluid and Brownian motion.
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Theory of simple liquids
J.‐P. Hansen;I. R. Mcdonald;Douglas Henderson.
Hydration and mobility of ions in solution
R. W. Impey;P. A. Madden;I. R. McDonald.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1983)
Molecular-dynamics simulation of liquid methanol
Michael. Haughney;Mauro. Ferrario;Ian R. McDonald.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1987)
Molecular-dynamics simulation of aqueous mixtures : methanol, acetone, and ammonia
Mauro Ferrario;Michael Haughney;Ian R. McDonald;Michael L. Klein.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1990)
Interaction site models for carbon dioxide
C.S. Murthy;K. Singer;I.R. McDonald.
Molecular Physics (1981)
Pairwise additive effective potentials for nitrogen
C.S. Murthy;K. Singer;M.L. Klein;I.R. McDonald.
Molecular Physics (1980)
Theory of Simple Liquids
J. P. Hansen;I. R. McDonald;Pieter B. Visscher.
American Journal of Physics (1998)
Electrostatic interactions in molecular crystals
C.S. Murthy;S.F. O'Shea;I.R. McDonald.
Molecular Physics (1983)
A computer simulation study of the dielectric properties of a model of methyl cyanide
Duncan M.F. Edwards;Paul A. Madden;Ian R. McDonald.
Molecular Physics (1984)
An effective pair potential for liquid acetonitrile
H.J. Böhm;I.R. McDonald;P.A. Madden.
Molecular Physics (1983)
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