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Frederick Reif. Fig. 3-10-1 Behavior of In Q(E) for energies E > E0. Note that 0,
the slope of the curve, becomes very large for E—*E0 and that dfi/dE < 0.
Whenever the energy of the system is significantly greater than its ground state
energy E0, ...
Both of these processes become interesting only if the gas is not ideal, i.e., when
the mutual interaction between molecules is of importance. The equation of state
of any gas can be written in the general form of a series which is an expansion ...
Hence (9 17- 12) becomes ^ J~ F(*M*) de = /; „(.) dt + £ (*T)» fel + □ □ □ (9 17-
13) Here the first term on the right is just the result one would obtain for T — ▻ 0
corresponding to Fig. 9 16 -2. The second term represents a correction due to the
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Introduction to statistical methods
GENERAL DISCUSSION OF THE RANDOM WALK
Statistical description of systems of particles
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