Classical Physics


The Potential Function and Entropy Function of a System that Carries Large Number of Charged Particles

Authors: Xianzhao Zhong

If a system is consisted of a large number of charged particles, any one of the system's particles would couple with its neighbors by dissimilar strengths. Therefore, the system's particles would produce dissimilar potentials, which satisfy the probability distribution. To make the potential induced by wave number k an exact differential, we introduced the function λ. In this way, we defined the potential function Φ and entropy function S of the system.

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[v1] 25 Feb 2011

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