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Neo Tran
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 Homework Statement:
 An atom with a single electron is in a heat bath at a temperature of T6 = 1. The atom is high Z, so the electron is bound at this temperature, and only three states have appreciable occupations. The ground state has spin 5/2. The first excited state, at 210 eV, has spin 3/2. The second excited state, at 380 eV, has spin 3/2. What are the occupation probabilities for these three states?
 Relevant Equations:

occup is proportional to [gi x exp(Ei/kT)]
where gi is the numver of states at energy Ei
occup is proportional to [gi x exp(Ei/kT)]
where gi is the numver of states at energy Ei
where gi is the numver of states at energy Ei