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The final equilibrium sit tion, where the density of molecules is uniform
throughout the entire box lined quite rapidly. ua- :, is Note that the preceding
comments say nothing about how long one has to wait before the ultimate
equilibrium situation ...
tion corresponding to the most probable situation is that the entropy is a
maximum, i.e., that S = S(EltVltNi; E2,Vt,Nt) = maximum (8-8-2) But 5 = S1(E1,
VhN1) + SiiE^NJ where <S, is the entropy of phase i. Thus the maximum
condition (8 8 2) ...
Its density is 9 grams/cm3 and its atomic weight is There are then 9/(63.5) = 0.14
moles of Cu per cm' or, with one con- tion electron per atom, Na/V = 8.4 X 10"
electrons/cm5. Taking the on mass to « 10-27 grams, one obtains, by (9- 16 - 10),
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