Problem4_5 - i and another particle be in state j ij i ij i...

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Problem 5 For an ideal gas of identical Fermions,what is the probability that one particle be in state i and another particle be in state j ? i j n n is the probability that a particle be in state i and a particle be in state j The joint probability that a particle be instate
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Unformatted text preview: i and another particle be in state j ij i ij i j n g n n -= ( 29 2 2 , since and are uncorrelated , since = 1 1 i i j i j j i j i j i i i n n i j n n n i j n n n n n = = = = -( 29 1 ij i i ij n n g =-...
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