Calculating absolute entropy using the Boltzmann hypothesis

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Calculating absolute entropy using the Boltzmann hypothesis Boltzmann definition of entropy: Where S = the entropy of a system in a given thermodynamic state W = the number of microstates of the system in that thermodynamic state
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Unformatted text preview: k b = Boltmann's constant = 1.3807 * 10-23 m 2-kg-s-2-K-1 Calculating entropy change using the Boltzmann hypothesis W = initial number of microstates W = final number of microstates k b = 1.3807 x 10-23 m 2-kg-s-2-K-1...
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