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Lab 13- Entropy, Temperature and Heat Capicity (VP

# Lab 13- Entropy, Temperature and Heat Capicity (VP - Lab 13...

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What percentage of the total oscillators are in block 2? 40 40 % (c) In the following calculations you will change the number of oscillators in each block, while keeping the total number of oscillators constant, and report on what you see. Change your program so block 1 has 110 oscillators and block 2 has 390 oscillators: For the most probable energy distribution between the two blocks: How many microstates (ways of arranging the energy among all the oscillators) are there? Number of ways = 8.10865972695 8.25 10 114 How many quanta of energy are in block 1? 23 22 quanta How many quanta of energy are in block 2? 78 78 quanta What percentage of the total oscillators are in block 1? 22 22 % What percentage of the total oscillators are in block 2? 78 78 % Change your program so block 1 has 170 oscillators and block 2 has 330 oscillators:
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