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However, as opposed to the wpvN there is no systematic procedure for distributing the Gaussians in multidimensions; moreover, because there is no periodicity in the boundary conditions the method necessary requires overcompleteness in order to converge. The mapped Fourier method seeks a mapping of the coordinates so that the classical phase space will be as close as possible to rectangular. Then the corresponding mapping is applied to the quantum Hamiltonian. Again, there is no systematic procedure known for performing the mapping in multidimensions, and in practice the method has been found to have limited accuracy for some prototypical systems, such as the Coulomb potential.
The Helmholtz free energy F of the fluid phase is then determined by: ???? ????F(????) ????Fid (????) = + ∫0 N N ( ????P(????′ ) − ????′ ????′2 ) d????′ , (1) where ????F id (????)∕V = ????[log(????Λ3 ) − 1] is the free energy of an ideal gas at density ????, Λ = (h2 ∕2????mkB T)1∕2 denotes the de Broglie wavelength, m the mass of the particle, and h Planck’s constant. Alternatively, one can also construct a reversible path to a fluid phase at density ????0 for which one can compute the chemical potential ????(????0 ) using Widom’s particle insertion method .
Advances in Chemical Physics, Advances in Chemical Physics (Volume 156) by Stuart A. Rice, Aaron R. Dinner