Threads Tagged with boltzman Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views Consider a monatomic gas of hydrogen (just to make the example as simple as possible) at a temperature T. If I use... Jan27-14 12:34 AM Sonderval 9 235 Classical Physics Hello, i was given 100 x,y random numbers, and was asked to find: Using vmin = 0, 5 *vmax as bounds on the... Dec9-13 08:15 PM jenny777 1 321 General Physics The following is the Planck's derivation for black body radiation {\rho}({\lambda})... Dec8-13 01:53 AM Outrageous 0 426 Classical Physics Let number of energy levels be e(subscribe 0), e(subscribe 1)...........e(subscribe r) N be the total number of... Sep28-13 10:16 AM stevendaryl 12 726 Quantum Physics I made a spreadsheet to plot the 3d speed distribution from the MB probability function. It matches the peak and... Sep2-13 07:27 AM mattT1227 3 469 General Physics Here are to challenge questions given to the class to answer to be turned for a free slice of pizza. We have to days,... May23-13 12:36 PM Remy34 4 439 Advanced Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data You will recall from our discussion of the... May3-13 02:49 PM inferno298 3 338 Advanced Physics Homework To preface my problem, you should know what I'm deriving. When I try to find the most probable speed of a classical,... Dec4-12 10:27 PM ehild 1 996 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I'm doing a lab where I'm trying to find the... Nov30-12 09:06 AM dinospamoni 3 959 Introductory Physics Homework I have been trying to figure out if, and if so, just how is the shape of the molecules in a gas is taken into account... Nov18-12 10:29 AM Jano L. 7 784 Classical Physics Hi, I see that Boltzmann constant comes in different forms like: k=8.62*10-5 eV/K and also k=1.38*10-23J/K. Which... Apr16-12 04:16 PM rbj 7 2,349 Electrical Engineering Is there a way to find the maxwell-boltzman distribution of energies(no of particles between E and E+dE) directly from... Mar24-12 11:35 PM SandeshPhy 0 673 Classical Physics This is killing me because I used to know how to solve this problem, and I can't remember how to make it work. Its... Mar21-12 08:53 AM AlephZero 3 798 General Physics I'm currently in an introductory thermal physics course, and today we learned about the Boltzmann factor and how to... Oct31-11 05:05 PM FluxPin 4 1,050 Classical Physics Hello! I'm trying to do a satisfactory derivation of the boltzmann distribution. By using lagrange multipliers I've... Oct26-11 07:38 AM center o bass 3 944 Classical Physics Hi 1)Boltzman equation states that P(E_i)=g_i * exp(-E_i/kT) / Sigma_j(g_j * exp(-E_j/kT)). Does it tell us that the... Apr4-11 10:56 PM Ken G 3 1,294 Astrophysics I have posted a few questions on maxwell boltzman distribution, the problem this time is show: \langle... Apr3-11 12:55 PM Redbelly98 1 334 Introductory Physics Homework I attempted to post this already but the latex code didn't work out and also the edit command didn't seem to... Apr1-11 09:07 AM AStaunton 1 313 Introductory Physics Homework trying to show v_average=sqrt(8kT/(pi)m) using max boltz. distrib.: f(v)=4\pi(\frac{m}{2\pi... Apr1-11 09:03 AM AStaunton 2 515 Introductory Physics Homework hello why is the expression for Ni correct? How come? See this page plz ... Oct5-10 02:07 PM Naty1 1 747 Classical Physics hello all if some one here can help me to prove boltzman costant from SI unit to reach that k= 1.0356 x... Jun15-10 11:52 AM phys111 8 2,126 Atomic, Solid State, Comp. Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A tungsten filament in a lamp is heated to a... Jan22-10 09:42 AM kavamo 1 4,405 Introductory Physics Homework Could someone give me a quick explanation what Boltzmann brains are? Does it have something to do with the landscape? Jul31-09 02:03 PM Chalnoth 13 1,485 Cosmology 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A sealed bottle at 1 atm of pressure holds 1 mole of... Feb8-09 11:41 PM marmot 1 1,556 Introductory Physics Homework The question is as follows: The black body energy spectrum is \rho(T,v)dv=\frac{8\piv2}{c3}dv where v is the... Sep2-08 12:17 AM HendryJacoby 0 3,273 Advanced Physics Homework How are they related? May9-08 08:43 AM siddharth 1 1,823 Classical Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Calculate the integral \left v\langle\right\rangle... Apr27-08 08:49 AM TFM 9 5,946 Introductory Physics Homework What is the relation between the partition function and the Boltzman, Maxwell distribution? Differences and... Jun17-07 05:06 AM pivoxa15 4 1,534 Classical Physics I have an intensity graph versus wavelenght of the light emited by two stars. For one of stars the curve of the... May16-07 11:47 AM malawi_glenn 2 1,612 Introductory Physics Homework Boltzmann factor and partition functions are said to be important terms in statistical physics. Boltzman factor which... Oct11-06 02:41 AM jesbman 0 1,455 Quantum Physics In the "proof" of the theorem, my course notes defines P_r(t) as the probability to find the system is state r at time... Oct4-06 09:43 AM marcusl 1 1,189 Math & Science Software Is Boltzmann's constant related to the Fine Structure Constant and if so how? Thanks in advance for your time and... Aug28-04 10:53 PM what_are_electrons 6 4,756 Quantum Physics