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Using this

we get /an . _ T(es/ap)T + v (5.10.10) \dp/H t, The numerator can be transformed

into more convenient form by a Maxwell relation; by (5-6-5) one has where a is ...

Using this

**result**, valid under conditions of constant H, to solve for the ratio dT/dp,we get /an . _ T(es/ap)T + v (5.10.10) \dp/H t, The numerator can be transformed

into more convenient form by a Maxwell relation; by (5-6-5) one has where a is ...

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Is it positive or negative? 5. IS The free expansion of a gas is a process where the

total mean energy E remains constant. In connection with this process, the

following quantities are of interest. (a) What is (dT/dV)s? Express the

terms of ...

Is it positive or negative? 5. IS The free expansion of a gas is a process where the

total mean energy E remains constant. In connection with this process, the

following quantities are of interest. (a) What is (dT/dV)s? Express the

**result**.interms of ...

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15.6 Show that the

from the Langevin equation (1) of Problem 15.4 by integrating the latter over the

small time interval r so as to relate the velocity vk at time kr to the velocity at the ...

15.6 Show that the

**results**of the preceding problem can also be obtained directlyfrom the Langevin equation (1) of Problem 15.4 by integrating the latter over the

small time interval r so as to relate the velocity vk at time kr to the velocity at the ...

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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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