Boltzmann’s Equation

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Hanadi Kamal 1J
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Boltzmann’s Equation

Postby Hanadi Kamal 1J » Wed Feb 21, 2024 1:24 pm

For the Boltzmann’s equation, if there are two moles of a molecule would we multiply Avogadro's number by 2 so it becomes (Number of orientations) ^2*6.0221 x 10^23.

Or where do the two moles come into play because I know that when it is just one mole, it would be just the number of orientations to Avogadro's number. Thank you for the help!

Katya Wardhana 2E
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Re: Boltzmann’s Equation

Postby Katya Wardhana 2E » Wed Feb 21, 2024 1:31 pm

Yes, you are correct, since the degeneracy depends on the number of molecules you would need to multiply moles by avogadro's constant.

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