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classical_grand_canonical_ensemble [2014/03/21 11:11]
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 ==== Set ==== ==== Set ====
 | @#DDDDDD: range       | @#DDDDDD: $ N\in\mathbb N $ | | @#DDDDDD: range       | @#DDDDDD: $ N\in\mathbb N $ |
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 | @#FFBB00: definiendum | @#FFBB00: $ (\ \langle \mathcal M_N, H_N,​\pi_N,​\pi_{N,​0},​{\hat\rho}_N,​{\hat\rho}_{N,​0} \rangle\ )_N \in \mathrm{it} $ | | @#FFBB00: definiendum | @#FFBB00: $ (\ \langle \mathcal M_N, H_N,​\pi_N,​\pi_{N,​0},​{\hat\rho}_N,​{\hat\rho}_{N,​0} \rangle\ )_N \in \mathrm{it} $ |
 +| @#55EE55: postulate ​  | @#55EE55: $\forall N.\ \langle \mathcal M_N, H_N,​\pi_N,​\pi_{N,​0},​{\hat\rho}_N,​{\hat\rho}_{N,​0} \rangle$ ... classical canonical ensemble |
  
 A sequence of phase spaces with their partition functions, one for each particle number. A sequence of phase spaces with their partition functions, one for each particle number.
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 >todo: the $N$th manifold is a submanifold of the $N+1$'​th. >todo: the $N$th manifold is a submanifold of the $N+1$'​th.
  
-| @#55EE55: postulate ​  | @#55EE55: $\forall N.\ \langle \mathcal M_N, H_N,​\pi_N,​\pi_{N,​0},​{\hat\rho}_N,​{\hat\rho}_{N,​0} \rangle$ ... classical canonical ensemble | +----- 
- +=== Discussion ===
-==== Discussion ​====+
 === Reference === === Reference ===
 Wikipedia: ​ Wikipedia: ​
 [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Grand_canonical_ensemble|Grand canonical ensemble]] [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Grand_canonical_ensemble|Grand canonical ensemble]]
-==== Parents ====+ 
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 === Refinement of === === Refinement of ===
 [[Classical canonical ensemble]] [[Classical canonical ensemble]]
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