ch20-p073 - f W B / W A 0.14. Similarly, using the same...

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() () () () 14 !5 0 ! == = 1 . 2 6 1 0 . 2! 2! 25 ! 25 ! A N W NN × (b) For configuration B () () 13 !5 0 ! = = = 4.71 10 . 0.6 ! 0.4 ! [0.6(50)]![0.4(50)]! B N W NN × (c) Since all microstates are equally probable, 1265 = = 0.37. 3393 B A W f W We use these formulas for N = 100. The results are (d) () () () () 29 ! 100! = = =1 . 0 11 0. 2! 2! 50 ! 50 ! A N W NN × (e) () () 28 ! 100! == = 1 . 3
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Unformatted text preview: f W B / W A 0.14. Similarly, using the same formulas for N = 200, we obtain (g) W A = 9.05 10 58 , (h) W B = 1.64 10 57 , (i) and f = 0.018. (j) We see from the calculation above that f decreases as N increases, as expected. 73. (a) We use Eq. 20-16. For configuration A...
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