Thermodynamic properties of mixtures on the statistical model.

by J. J. Gilvarry, W. G. McMillan


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A method of deriving Brachman's results for the thermodynamic functions of the Thomas-Fermi atom. This method is presented in a generalized form applicable to mixtures of electrons and light nuclei in the field of a heavy nucleus.

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