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2019-03-07

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Peter G. Nelson

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A statistical mechanical treatment is given of thermal contact between two systems. Reciprocal temperature (1/T) emerges from this as the relative change in the number of microscopic states a macroscopic system at equilibrium ranges over, at constant volume and chemical composition, with change in internal energy. The significance of this is discussed in detail with reference to a monatomic gas and an Einstein solid. More... »

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Foundations of Chemistry

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