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Unformatted text preview: HW7 Solution 224 12 March 2008 p.7 of 10 Here is the Moore multiplicity graph, followed by entropy (=k times logarithm of multiplicity): HW7 Solution 224 12 March 2008 p.8 of 10 Schroeder teaches at Weber State University, so he named his imaginary atom weberium. HW7 Solution 224 12 March 2008 p.9 of 10 Results from Moore’s EBoltz program; average energy on left; heat capacity on right HW7 Solution 224 12 March 2008 p.10 of 10 Part of Problem 3.25 solution referred to above Comparing the shape of the heat capacity curve from EBlotz shown above with the data in Fig.1.14 we see that is similar but not exactly the same. We can neglect the discrepancy at high temperatures...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course PHYS 224 taught by Professor Fain during the Spring '08 term at University of Washington.
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