Lennard-Jones potential

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Lennard-Jones potential

[′len·ərd ′jōnz pə‚ten·chəl]
(physical chemistry)
A semiempirical approximation to the potential of the force between two molecules, given by v = (A / r 12) - (B / r 6), where r is the distance between the centers of the molecules, and A and B are constants.
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