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Since he is an arbitrary constant in the present

arbitrary additive constant in the entropy. Note that (7 3 5) agrees exactly with the

entropy expression derived by macroscopic reasoning in (5-4-4). It is only ...

Since he is an arbitrary constant in the present

**classical**calculation, <r0 is somearbitrary additive constant in the entropy. Note that (7 3 5) agrees exactly with the

entropy expression derived by macroscopic reasoning in (5-4-4). It is only ...

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In the

handled. Turning the molecule end-for-end is the same as interchanging the two

identical nuclei. We have counted such a turning over by 180° as a distinct state

in ...

In the

**classical**limit, where (9 12- 12) is valid, the indistinguishability is easilyhandled. Turning the molecule end-for-end is the same as interchanging the two

identical nuclei. We have counted such a turning over by 180° as a distinct state

in ...

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(a) Write an expression for the partition function Z if the particles obey

MB statistics and are considered distinguishable. (6) What is Z if the particles

obey BE statistics? (c) What is Z if the particles obey FD statistics? 9.2 (a) From a

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(a) Write an expression for the partition function Z if the particles obey

**classical**MB statistics and are considered distinguishable. (6) What is Z if the particles

obey BE statistics? (c) What is Z if the particles obey FD statistics? 9.2 (a) From a

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### Contents

Introduction to statistical methods | 1 |

GENERAL DISCUSSION OF THE RANDOM WALK | 24 |

Statistical description of systems of particles | 47 |

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