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Write code in Fortran 90 language for simulation of Hard Sphere fluid with Metroplis Monte Carlo method in Grand Canonical ensemble, and calculate configurational (or excess) chemical potential of the fluid.
Discuss the results of simulation, and compare them with Carnahan-Starling equation of state.

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Grand Canonical Monte Carlo Simulation of Hard Spheres

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