## Lectures Given at the Cargèse Summer School of Theoretical Physics, Volume 1 |

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### Contents

Some Exact Results in the Theory of Fluids by Joel | 3 |

Method of Calculation for Classical Fluids | 29 |

Application of the PercusYevick Equations | 38 |

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analytic approximation assume average Bogolubov Boltzmann equation calculated canonical classical coexistence line compute condition configuration consider correlation function corresponding critical point defined density dependence diagram dilute gas discussed distribution function dynamical energy ensemble equilibrium expression external field finite fluctuation fluctuation dissipation theorem force formal formula Fourier components Fourier transform fugacity functional derivative gases given grand partition function Hamiltonian hierarchy equation hydrodynamic equations inhomogeneous initial integral equation interaction intermolecular potential introduce kinetic l'équation lattice lectures Lennard-Jones potential linear Liouville equation Liouville operator macroscopic matrix element method molecular molecules non-vanishing notation number of particles obtain operator Ornstein-Zernicke Percus-Yevick equation phase space phase transition Phys physical potentiel pressure tensor problem properties quantities quantum real axis relation represents result singularities solution space spatially homogeneous statistical mechanics temperature theorem theory thermodynamic tion transport equation variables vector velocity virial viscosity zero