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Einstein’s Specific Heat Referred to the Entropy of Planck’s Oscillators System

London Journal of Research in Science: Natural and Formal
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Authored by Stanisław Olszewski , NA
Classification: FOR Code: 020399p
Keywords: planck’s oscillators system, its energy and entropy; einstein’s specific heat; cases of very low and very high temperarure.
Language: English

The specific heat of a quantum oscillators system discussed by Planck is found - with the accuracy to a constant multiplier - identical with the formula given by Einstein for a simple crystal case. This result makes it possible to compare the obtained specific heat with the entropy of the oscillators. Especially simple relations between the entropy and specific heat could be derived in the limiting situations concerning very low and very high temperatures.

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