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We first calculate by Eq. (5- 8- 12) the volume dependence of the

need to find (dp/dT)v. Solving (5-8- 13) for p, one gets Hence (3D. -A <5-8i5>

Thus (5-8- 12) yields RT (*),-'(£).-> - v v - 6 or, by (5- 8- 14), (s),-? . (58I6> For an

ideal ...

We first calculate by Eq. (5- 8- 12) the volume dependence of the

**molar**<. Weneed to find (dp/dT)v. Solving (5-8- 13) for p, one gets Hence (3D. -A <5-8i5>

Thus (5-8- 12) yields RT (*),-'(£).-> - v v - 6 or, by (5- 8- 14), (s),-? . (58I6> For an

ideal ...

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(a) Find an expression, as a function of absolute temperature T, of the nuclear

contribution to the

function of T, of the nuclear contribution to the

(a) Find an expression, as a function of absolute temperature T, of the nuclear

contribution to the

**molar**internal energy of the solid. (b) Find an expression, as afunction of T, of the nuclear contribution to the

**molar**entropy of the solid.Page 254

The

percent, as calculated in the numerical example of Sec. 5-7). Table 7-7-1 Values*

of cp (Joules mole-' deg-1) for some solids at T = 298°K • "American Institute of ...

The

**molar**specific heat cy at constant volume is somewhat less (by about 5percent, as calculated in the numerical example of Sec. 5-7). Table 7-7-1 Values*

of cp (Joules mole-' deg-1) for some solids at T = 298°K • "American Institute 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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