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A Test of Mode-Coupling Theory
Microscopic Simulations of Complex Flows
In the history of the kinetic theory of fluids, 1969-1970 was a crucial year. In that year Alder and Wainwright  published a paper in which they demonstrated the breakdown of the 'Molecular Chaos' assumption. The Molecular Chaos assumption, originally introduced by Boltzmann as the 'Stofizahlansatz', states that the collisions experienced by a molecule in a fluid are uncorrelated. One consequence of this assumption is that the velocity autocorrelation function (VACF) of a tagged particle indoi:10.1007/978-1-4684-1339-7_20 fatcat:c5ekwgst4zetdfermppqxvyvly