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Just a quick question re internal energies for gas.
For non-relativistic, the usual value is E=3/2 kT for three degrees of freedom.
For ultra-relativistic, it is E=3kT.
Does anyone have a mathematical explanation for that, or a link to a derivation?
Thanks.
For non-relativistic, the usual value is E=3/2 kT for three degrees of freedom.
For ultra-relativistic, it is E=3kT.
Does anyone have a mathematical explanation for that, or a link to a derivation?
Thanks.