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Once the systems are randomly distributed over the 12/ states, simply imposing
or reimposing a constraint cannot cause the systems to move spontaneously out
of some of their possible states so as to occupy a more restricted class of states.
Hence it follows that the probability P(E) of finding this combined system in a
configuration where A has an energy between E and E + 6E is simply
proportional to the number of states Q(0)(E) accessible to the total system Aw
under these ...
since the integral is simply equal to n. The relation (13 • 4 • 12) is similar to (13-4 -
10). But here we have not introduced any approximations concerning the velocity
dependence of r, since only the value of r for electrons near the Fermi energy ...
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