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Stuff for Tuesday, May 31, 2011 Schedule for this week PS #17 due today; PS #18 due Friday 1094 Session 9 on Wednesday and quiz #9 on Friday T6, T7, T8 stuff: Entropy S = k b ln Ω , so Ω = e S / k b ; S /∂ U 1 / T defines temperature Maxwell-Boltzmann: Probability of molecule speed v is e - E / k B T = e - mv 2 / 2 k B T Pr(speed v ± dv / 2) = 4 π v v P « 2 e - ( v / v P ) 2 dv v P where v P 2 k B T m « 1 / 2 Average energy of a quantum system E avg = X n E n Pr ( E n ) = X n E n e - En / k B T / X n e - En / k B T Characteristic temperature T ε ε/ k B ; dof’s switched off if
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Unformatted text preview: T T Entropy of a monatomic gas ( U , V , N ) 1 N ! 8 mV 2 / 3 bU 3 Nh 2 3 N / 2 S ( U , V , N ) = 3 2 Nk B ln 8 mV 2 / 3 bU 3 Nh 2 -k B ln ( N !) Entropy change: dS = dQ / T with constant N , only work from quasistatic V constant T : S = Q T phase change: Q = mL specic heat: S = mc ln T f T i...
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course H 133 taught by Professor Furnstahl during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.

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