Evaluation of Specific Heat Capacity and Entropy of Particle Bound Harmonics Oscillator Cosine Asymmetric Potential by Partition Function

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In this research, a fundamental quantum mechanics and statistical mechanic bound-state problem of harmonics oscillator cosine asymmetric was considered by using partition function method. From the study, it found that the internal energy, the entropy and the specific heat capacity of particle vibration bound-state under harmonics oscillator cosine asymmetric potential were increased as the increasing of the parameters of μ, η, and β. While an increasing of parameter α affected to the decreasing of the entropy and the heat capacity. In addition, the increasing values of the entropy and the specific heat capacity value were depended on the decreasing of the parameter α value.

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P. Moonsri and A. Hutem, "Evaluation of Specific Heat Capacity and Entropy of Particle Bound Harmonics Oscillator Cosine Asymmetric Potential by Partition Function", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 886, pp. 194-200, 2019

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