PHYS664_HW4 - used there formulas. 2. Gibbs sum for a two...

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Robert Szoszkiewicz, PHYS 664, HW # 4, Oct 2, 2009 DUE: on (or before) 10:20 am, Wed, Oct 14, 2009. 1. Manipulations of thermodynamic variables (3). (a) Following the notes of the Lecture 16 (Oct 2, 2009) show that: U = ( μ β ∂μ - ∂β ) log ζ τ is statistical temperature, β = 1 , μ is the chemical potential, ζ is the grand partition function. (b) Show as well that: < N > = λ ∂λ log ζ λ is the absolute reactivity (c) Work out the example about ”Occupancy zero or one” (Chapter 5, page 140, Ch. Kittel, Thermal Physics, second ed.). I mean here: understand, present, and explain
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Unformatted text preview: used there formulas. 2. Gibbs sum for a two level system. Chapter 5, problem no. 6, page 146 from the course book (Ch. Kittel, Thermal Physics, second ed.) 3. Carbon monoxide poisoning. Chapter 5, problem no. 8, page 146 from the course book (Ch. Kittel, Thermal Physics, second ed.) 4. Concentration uctuations. Chapter 5, problem no. 10, page 147 from the course book (Ch. Kittel, Thermal Physics, second ed.) 1...
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