## Fundamentals of statistical and thermal physics |

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We first calculate by Eq. (5 - 8- 12) the volume dependence of the

We need to find (dp/dT)v. Solving (5-8- 13) for p, one gets P = Hence Thus (5-8-

12) yields RT v - b (<>2\ - R \dTjv v - b (5-8-14) (5-8-15) or, by (5-8-14), \dv)r \dTJ.

We first calculate by Eq. (5 - 8- 12) the volume dependence of the

**molar**energy t.We need to find (dp/dT)v. Solving (5-8- 13) for p, one gets P = Hence Thus (5-8-

12) yields RT v - b (<>2\ - R \dTjv v - b (5-8-14) (5-8-15) or, by (5-8-14), \dv)r \dTJ.

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Table 7-71 lists directly measured values of the

pressure for some solids at room temperature. The

constant volume is somewhat less (by about 5 percent, as calculated in ...

Table 7-71 lists directly measured values of the

**molar**specific heat cp at constantpressure for some solids at room temperature. The

**molar**specific heat Cy atconstant volume is somewhat less (by about 5 percent, as calculated in ...

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Furthermore vB is the

pressure and temperature of the phase transformation. If under these

circumstances a fraction £ of the mole of substance is in the gaseous phase, then

the total

Furthermore vB is the

**molar**volume of the gas and vA that of the liquid at thepressure and temperature of the phase transformation. If under these

circumstances a fraction £ of the mole of substance is in the gaseous phase, then

the total

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Introduction to statistical methods | 1 |

GENERAL DISCUSSION OF THE RANDOM WALK | 24 |

Statistical description of systems of particles | 47 |

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