(a) Calculate the probability of a water molecule being in its flexing ground state and in each of the first two excited states, assuming that it is in equilibrium with a reservoir (say the atmosphere) at 300 K. (Hint: Calculate Z by adding up the first few Boltzmann factors, until the rest are negligible.)
(b) Repeat the calculation for a water molecule in equilibrium with a reservoir at 700 K (perhaps in a steam turbine).
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