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(c) Use the result to calculate the approximate pressure exerted by the

conduction

within the volume of the metal. Express your answer in atmospheres. 9.19 Use

arguments ...

(c) Use the result to calculate the approximate pressure exerted by the

conduction

**electrons**in copper metal on the solid lattice which confines themwithin the volume of the metal. Express your answer in atmospheres. 9.19 Use

arguments ...

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equating chemical potentials for the

the mean number of

Outside 9.24 Calculate the number of

...

equating chemical potentials for the

**electrons**outside and inside the metal, findthe mean number of

**electrons**per unit volume outside the metal. Outside MetalOutside 9.24 Calculate the number of

**electrons**emitted per second per unit area...

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A particularly simple case would be that of a relatively small number of ions (or

with the neutral gas molecules. (12-6-1) Remark Another example would be that

of ...

A particularly simple case would be that of a relatively small number of ions (or

**electrons**) in a gas where these ions are predominantly scattered by collisionswith the neutral gas molecules. (12-6-1) Remark Another example would be that

of ...

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Introduction to statistical methods | 1 |

GENERAL DISCUSSION OF THE RANDOM WALK | 24 |

Statistical description of systems of particles | 47 |

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