Lecture 21 - FN ( L, T ) kT n QN ( L, T ) N ( N 1) kT N n N...

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  0 ( , ) ( , ) ( 1) ( 2 NN F L T kT n Q L T kT N n N n L N N n N N L          2 0 ( 21 TT FF P VL N N N P kT LN L           2 2 0 2 N NkT NP L     or   2 00 22 2 2 NL P L N NkT P kT N L L N     Sp. Length L N     0 2 0 2 2 ; 2 P kT a P kT a Thermodynamic Limit F kT n Q 1 lim N fF N  1 lim N N kT n Q N      0 0 1 2 1 ; 2 N kT n n L N n N L L kT n n N     Thermodynamic limit exits if we have 1 L term in interaction N f does become non-analytic as 0
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Magnetic Phase Transition Curie-Weiss Theory Mean-Field Theory Molecular Field Theory B Ising model | unit of energy i j i ij i Jh B  
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