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The restriction of the fugacity to the interval 0<=z<=1 is very important in the following. For a large volume, the sum over all one-particle states can be rewritten in terms of integral. (Greiner, Neise, Stocker, "Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics")

The restriction of the fugacity to the interval 0<=z<=1 is very important in the following. For a large volume, the sum over all one-particle states can be rewritten in terms of integral. (Greiner, Neise, Stocker, "Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics")

So my question is, how can

**negative chemical potential**helps us to convert the sum to the integral for a large volume? As what can I think fugacity in an İdeal Bose Gas?