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Consider two energy states, E2 = 2.0 eV and E1 = 1.0 eV. Assume that there are 1.0 x 10^16 electrons/cm^3 in E2 and 1.0 x 10^15 electrons/cm^3 in E1. What temperature is required to create this population distribution in thermal equilibrium?

How do you define the population distribution?

So far, I have a formula for equating number of electrons to the density of states * the fermi distribution.

How do I put the given information into a value for the "number of electrons"?

Thanks in advance

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