|Jul19-12, 11:59 PM||#1|
About Boltzmann Constant
Im recently studying Boltzmann Constant for Landauer's principle.
I wondered is there a volume for that? What's the units they use(cm or m) when we derive the Boltzmann constant?
I've been looking through the internet but I found nothing. Any Help? Thanks
|Jul20-12, 11:30 AM||#2|
A volume used for what?
In the derivation of k, the actual units for volume does not matter to the derivation so long as you are dimensionally accurate. If you use all SI units for eg you end up with k in SI units too.
|Similar Threads for: About Boltzmann Constant|
|Boltzmann's constant||Introductory Physics Homework||0|
|Derivation of the Boltzmann constant||Classical Physics||10|
|Boltzmann's constant/Maxwell-Boltzmann dist. of molecular speed help||Biology, Chemistry & Other Homework||0|
|Energy and Boltzmann's Constant||Introductory Physics Homework||2|
|What is the origin of Boltzmann's constant?||General Physics||3|