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duckduck_85 20081030 22:44:09  I think it might be important to note that ETS is using the term "MaxwellBoltzmann distribution" indistinctively from "Canonical Distribution" in this problem. Even though they do have the same mathematical form, i think it might be more appropriate to refer to this system as a system following a canonical distribution.
thatoneguy 20111108 05:46:49 
Old comment, but I don't think that's necessarily true. The Canonical Distribution doesn't have degeneracies. IIRC, it's of the form Z = . In particular, the distribution for an MB system can have degeneracies, unlike those systems which follow FermiDirac statistics (which still follow the Canonical Distribution function. I believe they are using "MaxwellBoltzmann Distribution" distinctively in this case.

4elesta 20120415 15:23:49 
Please, can someone explain, why it's said that distribution is Maxwellian? thanks)

ETScustomer 20171010 18:53:57 
Maxwell also did great thermal work.

 

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