My book notes, that at a given temperature the ratio of the total number of particles in the fermi gas to the total number lying within (ε-kT,ε+kT) is given by:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

T/T_{F}(1)

And that each of these particles has an energy of ≈kT (2).

I can't see where this comes from? :S Could anyone explain (1) and (2)?

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