Quantum Spatial Probability and Time Intervals in the High Energy Limit Part III

Francesco R. Ruggeri
Classical statistical mechanics is often derived using counting methods applied to all possible configurations a system may take subject to a total volume and a total energy constraint. Given that there are numerous configurations, there should also be an average of these configurations described by f(e) for the Maxwell-Boltzmann (MB), Fermi-Dirac (FD) and Bose-Einstein (BE) distributions. In previous notes we have argued that one may apply a dynamical constraint to the average configuration. In...
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