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partition function of H2O at 1500 K

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Old 09-22-2003, 03:53 PM
Allan Adler
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I read a little further in Atkins book. A few pages later, he compares the
wrong value he computed earlier with the experimentally measured value,
which is almost exactly what one gets if the computation is done correctly.
He notes the discrepancy, converts it to the form R ln n and computes n
and is content. However, his n is close to the omitted sqrt(pi), which
is the reason for most of his discrepancy between theory and experiment.

Ignorantly,
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Old 09-24-2003, 12:53 AM
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In article <y937k40akfs.fsf@nestle.ai.mit.edu>, Allan Adler <ara@nestle.ai.mit.edu> wrote:

Idle question ...what is pie (other than apple ) doing in any kind of
nutritional equation ? Sounds kind of odd to me ... computing areas/volumes
maybe ?

Bruce


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