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Problem

2.4(d)

Correction

The solution was inadvertently omitted. From Table 2.1 Tsteam = 373.12 K and Tice =

273.15 K. Thus,

Tcentigrade = (T 273.15)

2.51

100

= 1.0003T 273.23.

373.12 273.15

Thus, the centigrade unit is 1.0003 times larger than the Celsius unit, which is the same

size as the Kelvin unit.

Equation (2.54b) should be

= (2)(8.314)(300) ln 10 = 11486 J

2.54

2.55

2.56

3.38(a)

1

2

x2 dx =

1

.

3

(S3.56)

C4 =

4.4(b)

(S3.47)

In the problem statement p(vx ) = (a/)3/2 eavx should be p(vx ) = (a/)1/2 eavx . In

part (b) the left-hand side of Eq. (S3.56) should be p(vx , vy , vz ) dvx dvy dvz . The corrected

equations in the solution are

Z

ZZZ

2

p(v) dv =

C 3 eav dvx dvy dvz

(S3.55a)

Also

3.42

(2.54b)

In part (a) replace the parenthetical remark in the problem statement with Black holes are

a consequence of the general theory of relativity, and thus we expect that the radius depends

only on M , G, and c. At the end of the second line of the solution for part (b) the last

result is missing a factor of k.

In the problem statement ideal gas should be monatomic ideal gas in part (a). Also change

increase the volume to increase the volume to V2 in part (d).

In the problem statement ideal gas should be monatomic ideal gas. In part (d) pressure

should be pressure change and volume should be volume change. Also, is heated should be

is cooled. The solution for part (d) should include Q = E W = 36 115.5 = 79.5 J.

The limits of the integral in Eq. (S3.47)should be 1 and 1:

x2 =

3.40

(2.2)

a2 2

2

a4

03

+ 0 0 = a4 .

5

3

15

(3.61)

(N = 4, E = 6) =

9!

(9)(8)(7)

=

= 84.

6! 3!

(3)(2)

(S4.3)

Problem

4.11

Correction

Equation (S4.10) is missing a parenthesis and should be

qm (E) =

4.18

4.29(c)

4.29(d)

4.30

4.33

4.38(a)

4.42

2L h 144 h2 i1/2

2m

= 12.

h

8mL2

by [(3N/2) 1]/N . Thus, in the next

sentence (N 1)/N 1 should be replaced by 32 N 1 /N 3/2. We thank Jeffrey Sudol

for pointing out this error.

N = 30 should be N = 40.

N = 30 should be N = 40.

Equation (S4.34) should read

Z

1

Ed =

eEd dEd =

ln

ln 1 = = kT.

(S4.34)

0

Table S4.6 should refer to Program IdealThermometerEinsteinSolid. We thank Blake Laing

for pointing out this error.

Equation (S4.40) should be

16!

= 11440.

(S4.40)

B =

9! 7!

So the initial total number of microstates is = A B = 45760.

Equation (S4.52a) is missing parentheses and should read

T =

4.45

4.49

5.4

(S4.10)

2

N 2a

E+

3N k

V

(S4.52a)

The problem statement refers to microstates 1 and 2, but the solution refers to microstates

0 and 1. Hence P0 P1 and P1 P2 in the solution.

The original solution was given for N = 3 instead of N = 4. We thank Blake Laing for

bringing this discrepancy to our attention. The 2N microstates of the N = 4 Ising chain are

(3J)

(J)

(+J)

(+J)

(J)

There is one microstate with all spins up and four microstates with one spin down. Similarly

there is one microstate with all spins down and four microstates with one spin up. The

remaining six microstates with two spins up and two spins down are

(J)

(+J)

(J)

(+3J)

(+3J)

(+J)

Z4 = 2 e3J + 2eJ + 2J + 2eJ + 2J + 2e3J = 2(eJ + eJ )3

As shown in the text, Z3 is given by

Z3 = 2 eJ + eJ

2

Hence

Z4 = (eJ + eJ )Z3 = 2 cosh J)Z3 .

Problem

5.6(c)

5.36(a)

6.19

6.37

6.28

Correction

Equation (S5.15d) is missing ln in the first term in the brackets. Equation (S5.15e) is missing

a factor of N k outside the brackets. In Eq. (S5.15f) upper case K should be lower case.

Also the first exponential in the second parentheses within the brackets has the wrong sign

in the exponent.

In the statement of the problem replace the last sentence with Each spin interacts once with

each horizontal or vertical nearest neighbor. (Toroidal boundary conditions are redundant

for a 2 2 lattice.)

The reference to Eq. (6.119c) just before Eq. (S6.58) should be to Eq. (6.86). In Eq. (S6.61)

k should be replaced by . Also du is missing a factor of d.

In the statement of the problem the references to the left-hand side of (6.211b) should be

to the right-hand side of (6.211b).

Equation (6.157) should be

(2m)3/2 V

=

2 2 ~3

6.40

6.55

F

d 1/2 F .

Equation (S6.221b) should be

2/3

1034 )2 1.2 1057

= 9 1012 J.

2(1.67 1027 ) 8 1012

2 2/3 (1.05

= (3 )

7.14

(6.157)

(S6.221b)

The original solution converted 127 C to 300 K rather than 400 K. We thank Blake Laing

for pointing out this error. Corrected solution: We have

ln P (T ) =

`

+ constant,

RT

P (T2 )

` 1

1

=

P (T1 )

R T2

T1

5000 1

1

ln 1.08/1.06 =

8.3 T2

400

602.4

0.0187 =

+ 1.506.

T2

ln

Updated 17 April 2015.

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