|Dec19-12, 10:45 AM||#1|
Free Energy and Potential Energy
I think that I may be confused about what free energy is.
I want to find the maximum PE of a system. So this is simply the Hamiltonian when the KE term is zero. So what is the free energy? I wrote in my notes that this is the maximum potential energy, but that doesn't sound quite right now. Can it be expressed in terms of the Hamiltonian?
|free energy, statistical mechanic|
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