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3 □ 5 the measurement of temperature with respect to an arbitrary thermometric
parameter of some arbitrary thermometer. We now want to consider the
operational determination of the absolute temperature T of a system. Compared
to an ...
5.21 The Joule-Kelvin coefficient is given by Since it involves the absolute
temperature T, this relation can be used to determine the absolute temperature T.
Consider any readily measurable arbitrary temperature parameter # (e.g., the
11*3 Measurement of very loiv absolute temperatures Measurements of the
absolute temperature in the region below 1°K present some difficulties. Since
gases have condensed to become liquids or solids, thermometers using ideal
gases are ...
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Introduction to statistical methods
GENERAL DISCUSSION OF THE RANDOM WALK
Statistical description of systems of particles
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