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TMF, 1971, Volume 8, Number 1, Pages 130–139 (Mi tmf4392)  

Collective states and the statistics of systems of identical atoms

G. S. Kruglic


Abstract: Under the assumption that the symmetrization postulate is violated, the second-quantization method is generalized in the quantum-mechanical approach. A formula is obtained for the equilibrium distribution of atoms over states (expression for generalized statistics). The well-known Bose–Einstein, Fermi– Dirae, and Boltzmann distributions follow as special cases from this expression.

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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1971, 8:1, 722–728

Received: 22.07.1970

Citation: G. S. Kruglic, “Collective states and the statistics of systems of identical atoms”, TMF, 8:1 (1971), 130–139; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 8:1 (1971), 722–728

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