## Fundamentals of statistical and thermal physics |

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One can get around this difficulty by taking logarithm first: ln/= -Nln (l + y) ding this

in Taylor's series, one

series, one

One can get around this difficulty by taking logarithm first: ln/= -Nln (l + y) ding this

in Taylor's series, one

**obtains**... f = e-N(v-iv'- • □) •) Expanding In W in Taylor'sseries, one

**obtains**In W(ni) = In W^) + Bit, + p,,2 + $BsV* + where dk In W dnik ...Page 109

Analogously to (3-7-5) one thus

□ (3-7-7) where 0' and X' are the parameters (3-7-3) and (3-7-4) correspondingly

denned for system A' and evaluated at the energy E' = E'. Adding (3-7-5) and ...

Analogously to (3-7-5) one thus

**obtains**In Q'(E') = In Q'(E') + £'(-,) - £X'(-,j)J + • •□ (3-7-7) where 0' and X' are the parameters (3-7-3) and (3-7-4) correspondingly

denned for system A' and evaluated at the energy E' = E'. Adding (3-7-5) and ...

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Then dV = 0 and (5-2-1) reduces simply to dQ = dE Hence one

specific heat cv may itself, of course, be a function of T. But by virtue of (5-1-2), it

is independent of V for an ideal gas. Since E is independent of V, so that E is only

a ...

Then dV = 0 and (5-2-1) reduces simply to dQ = dE Hence one

**obtains**Thespecific heat cv may itself, of course, be a function of T. But by virtue of (5-1-2), it

is independent of V for an ideal gas. Since E is independent of V, so that E is only

a ...

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Introduction to statistical methods | 1 |

GENERAL DISCUSSION OF THE RANDOM WALK | 24 |

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