## Statistical Physics, Volume 5Elementary college physics course for students majoring in science and engineering. |

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These numbers occur with probabilities P(n) which follow immediately from (16)

and which were already calculated very simply in (1.4a). As indicated in Fig. 2.6,

these probabilities are respectively, P(n) - s's, I's, *, so, 1's. The

These numbers occur with probabilities P(n) which follow immediately from (16)

and which were already calculated very simply in (1.4a). As indicated in Fig. 2.6,

these probabilities are respectively, P(n) - s's, I's, *, so, 1's. The

**mean number**of ...Page 332

#nt molecules which in unit time cross unit area of this plane from below and an

equal number of molecules which cross it from above.t Here n is the

mean ...

#nt molecules which in unit time cross unit area of this plane from below and an

equal number of molecules which cross it from above.t Here n is the

**mean****number**of molecules per unit volume at the plane labeled by z, while D is theirmean ...

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Consider +(n-A dz) = A.J.(z) — A.J.(z + dz). a one-dimensional problem where n1

(z,t) Hence is the

located at time t near the – d. = J.(z) — |Jo + = d: position z. Focus attention on a ...

Consider +(n-A dz) = A.J.(z) — A.J.(z + dz). a one-dimensional problem where n1

(z,t) Hence is the

**mean number**of labeled molecules on 1 0.J. per unit volumelocated at time t near the – d. = J.(z) — |Jo + = d: position z. Focus attention on a ...

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### Contents

Characteristic Features of Macroscopic Systems | 1 |

A I | 2 |

I | 6 |

Copyright | |

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