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... 68S 15 - 15 Wiener-Khintchine relations 686 15 • 16 Nyquist's

17 Nyquist's

OF IRREVERSIBLE PROCESSES 15- 18 Fluctuations and Onsager relations 694

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... 68S 15 - 15 Wiener-Khintchine relations 686 15 • 16 Nyquist's

**theorem**687 15-17 Nyquist's

**theorem**and equilibrium conditions 689 GENERAL DISCUSSIONOF IRREVERSIBLE PROCESSES 15- 18 Fluctuations and Onsager relations 694

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A It should be emphasized that the equipartition

statistical mechanics. In the correct quantum-mechanical description a system

has a set of possible energy levels, as indicated in Fig. 7-5-1, where E0 is the ...

A It should be emphasized that the equipartition

**theorem**is valid only in classicalstatistical mechanics. In the correct quantum-mechanical description a system

has a set of possible energy levels, as indicated in Fig. 7-5-1, where E0 is the ...

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Using (15 - 16-4), one can then conclude that, fc> for u « \, J+(u) = - kTR T T (

1516-6) This important equation relating the spectral density J+(w) of the

fluctuating voltage to the resistance R is known as "Nyquist's

special case of ...

Using (15 - 16-4), one can then conclude that, fc> for u « \, J+(u) = - kTR T T (

1516-6) This important equation relating the spectral density J+(w) of the

fluctuating voltage to the resistance R is known as "Nyquist's

**theorem**." It is aspecial case 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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