Thermodynamic properties of the ionized gas 3He

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Shiraz University

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In this article, we have calculated some thermodynamic properties for a system consisting of singy ionized 3He atoms and their corresponding removed electrons by employing the second quantization method at finite temperature. To perform the calculations, we have considered the kinetic term, and Coulomb interaction between the particles in our Hamiltonian. The calculated properties are free energy, specific heat and pressure. It is shown that all these properties are very temperature sensitive. For all temperatures and densities, we have seen that the main contribution to the internal energy comes from the kinetic term. Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstrac tAbstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstrac tAbstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstrac tAbstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstrac tAbstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstrac tAbstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract

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Thermodynamic properties of the ionized gas 3He

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