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Statistical packing of equal spheres

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A computer model which allows us to describe the statistical packing of spherical particles is created. Based on a computer model of statistical packing of particles, research on the distribution of the distance between 'contacting particles' was carried out. Bimodality of distribution of the distance between particles is defined. Here the maximal value of a number of pair contacts corresponded to the coordination numbers 3 and 8-10.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Technical Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences, Lenin 13, Perm 614600, Russia


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