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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL
THE INTERPRETATION OF CLASSICAL
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absolute temperature absolute zero accessible microstates According to equation adiabatic partition Appendix assumed Boltzmann distribution bosons Chapter chemical potential classical equilibrium thermodynamics classical limit constant volume degeneracy diathermic diathermic partition distinguishable particles energy levels energy of representative energy of subsystem energy U2 energy units entropy equilibrium thermodynamics example extensive variable Fermi energy gas atom given by equation heat reservoir helium Helmholtz free energy Hence ideal boson gas ideal fermion gas ideal monatomic gas increased law of thermodynamics liquid macroscopic system magnetic field maximum mean energy microstates accessible natural logarithm negative absolute temperature number of accessible number of microstates number of particles particle system partition function photon potential energy pressure quantum numbers representative energy eigenvalue reversible adiabatic shown in Figure shown in Section single particle ground small system spin zero statistical mechanics system in Figure thermal contact thermal equilibrium thermodynamic equilibrium tion total energy total number variation