What factors determine the value of alpha for three distributions?

Iyana Jackson 2022-09-14 Answered
What factors determine the value of α for three distributions?
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Raven Mosley
Answered 2022-09-15 Author has 14 answers
α constant that is in the expression for Fermi, Boltzmann and Bose distribution depends od number of particles in the system at the given temperature. Originally, α constant was derived from the Boltzmann distribution and the condition of normalization. In that α = 1 k T . But that is the case of a distribution of a single particle. In order to generalise for n particles α = n k T .
Because of that we can conclude that it depends on the number of particles at some given temperature. In the case of Bose distribution, it also depends on the number of bosons in the system, same goes for Fermi distribution.

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