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===== Grand canonical expectation value === | ===== Grand canonical expectation value === | ||

- | ==== Definition ==== | + | ==== Set ==== |

- | | @#88DDEE: $ w $ ... grand canonical weight | | + | | @#55CCEE: context | @#55CCEE: $ w $ ... grand canonical weight | |

- | | @#FFBB00: $\langle A\rangle:=\sum_{N=0}^\infty w_N\cdot \langle A_N\rangle_N$ | | + | | @#FFBB00: definiendum | @#FFBB00: $\langle A\rangle:=\sum_{N=0}^\infty w_N\cdot \langle A_N\rangle_N$ | |

The functional $\langle \cdot\rangle_N$ denotes the expectation in the canonical ensamble of particle number $N$. So the grand canonical expectation value $\langle \cdot\rangle$ takes sequences of observables to a real. | The functional $\langle \cdot\rangle_N$ denotes the expectation in the canonical ensamble of particle number $N$. So the grand canonical expectation value $\langle \cdot\rangle$ takes sequences of observables to a real. | ||

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We adopt the names of observables in canonical ensamble for the grand canonical ensamble. For example, if the internal energy in the canonical ensamble is defined as $U=\langle H\rangle$, then the grand canonical expectation value of the energy is denoted by $U$ as well and if formed from the sequence of all the $N$-particle Hamiltonians $H_N$. | We adopt the names of observables in canonical ensamble for the grand canonical ensamble. For example, if the internal energy in the canonical ensamble is defined as $U=\langle H\rangle$, then the grand canonical expectation value of the energy is denoted by $U$ as well and if formed from the sequence of all the $N$-particle Hamiltonians $H_N$. | ||

- | We also extend function of classical canonical observables to such sequences. I.e. if $A$ has $A_N$, then $f(A)$ has entries $f(A_N)$. | + | We also extend functions $f$ of classical canonical observables to such sequences. I.e. if $A$ has $A_N$, then $f(A)$ has entries $f(A_N)$. |

==== Parents ==== | ==== Parents ==== | ||

- | === Requirements === | + | === Context === |

[[Grand canonical weight]] | [[Grand canonical weight]] |