I had a question about 2 cases(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

we have a cilinder with 2 Ideal Gases. The volume, mass and the number of particles

is given. So We call it V(1),M(1),N(1) for the first gas and V(2),M(2),N(2) for

the second gas. The two gases are separated by a movable wall

Now what is the Ratio V(1)/V(2) for very small T (almost zero) if

1. both gases consist of fermions

2.the first gas consist of bosons and the other one form fermions

I thought for the both cases I use PV=NKT. And so express V in the other quantities.

Then use the fermi distribution and the bose-distribution. But using this I get all kinds of quantities which I don't have.

Can someone help me with this?

thanks for the help

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