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mean energy E and mean number ft of particles, i.e., by the equations E = \ V e-»
E,-aNrET (6-9-5) R = ^ £ e-0Br-aNr r Here the sums are over all possible states of
the system A irrespective of its number of particles or of its energy. When A is a ...
Hence the mean force on the end-wall can be obtained simply by multiplying [the
average momentum 2mv gained by the wall per collision] by [the mean number of
collisions (\nvA) per unit time with the end- wall]. The mean force per unit area, ...
12-5- 1 Diagram illustrating the conservation of the number of molecules during
diffusion. ... Consider a one-dimensional problem where ni(z,t) is the mean
number of labeled molecules per unit volume located at time t near the position z.
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Reif: fundamental of statistical thermal physics
Introduction to statistical methods
GENERAL DISCUSSION OF THE RANDOM WALK
Statistical description of systems of particles
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