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H. CHEN AND J. TEIXEIRA liquids, because the small-Q limit of G(Q, E ) is related simply to the velocity autocorrelation functions of the hydrogen atom,48 where &(t) denotes the projection of the velocity of the hydrogen atom in 8-direction at time t. An advantage of transforming the data to G(Q, E) is that fJo) is an easy function to calculate from CMD data. 9 A CMD simulation using an SPC model potential'' was carried out by Toukan and Rahman12 to compute fp(o)and the results were compared with the experiment.
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