Example problem 9.7

Boltzmann Equation for Entropy:

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Example problem 9.7

Postby RenuChepuru1L » Mon Feb 05, 2018 4:25 pm

When do you know to multiply by Avogadro’s number?

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Re: Example problem 9.7

Postby Vivian Nguyen » Mon Feb 05, 2018 5:01 pm

You would multiply by Avogadro's number when you're trying to find the number of microstates in a mole of a substance. For example, if you had 1.00 mole of CO then you would use 2^6.022x1023 since CO has two orientations and you'd have 6.022x1023 molecules. Because it is such a large number, you can calculate it after applying the ln property ln x^a= a ln x.


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