## Abstract (may include machine translation)

In a continuous fluid, a spherical volume of atomic size centered at r equals 0 is given an initial velocity v//0. The corresponding velocity field is decomposed into plane waves. Subsequent evolution is described by generalized hydrodynamics linearized in the wave amplitudes. left brace v//0 multiplied by (times) v(r equals 0,t) right brace is taken as a model for the velocity autocorrelation function (VAF), which is obtained as the sum of a longitudinal and a transverse part. Metallic behavior is simulated by a high value of the longitudinal relaxation time, which results in an oscillatory long-time tail of the VAF. Transverse viscoelasticity gives a large contribution to the negative part of the VAF.

Original language | English |
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Pages | 593-598 |

Number of pages | 6 |

State | Published - 1976 |

Externally published | Yes |

Event | Int Conf on Liq Met, 3rd - Bristol, Engl Duration: 12 Jul 1976 → 16 Jul 1976 |

### Conference

Conference | Int Conf on Liq Met, 3rd |
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City | Bristol, Engl |

Period | 12/07/76 → 16/07/76 |