Two examples

  • Tony Guénault
Part of the Student Physics Series book series (SPS)


We now apply the general results of the previous chapter to two specific examples, chosen because they are easily soluble mathematically, whilst yet being of direct relevance to real physical systems. The first example is an assembly whose localized particles have just two possible states. In the second the particles are harmonic oscillators.


Harmonic Oscillator Occupation Number Einstein Model Nuclear Spin System Energy Level Spacing 
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© A.M. Guénault 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • Tony Guénault
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  1. 1.Lancaster UniversityUK

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