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It was generally believed that the damping of the shortwavelength excitations depends critically on both the steepness of the repulsive part and the depth of the attractive well in the pair potential. For liquid metals, the repulsive part is in general softer and the attractive part deeper. This may be the reason why the excitation is observable up to higher Q. From the point of view of intermolecular interaction, water is a rather special case. ’ This potential consists of a superposition of a Lennard-Jones potential between molecular centers and directional electrostatic interactions that simulate the hydrogen bonding.
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