Determine the Specific Heat Capacity, the Entropy, and the Standard Deviation of Particle Vibration Bound-State under the Anharmonic Oscillator Asymmetric Potential by Partition Function Method

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In this work, we consider is the single-particle bound-state problem. A single-particle moves in the absence of the anharmonics oscillator asymmetric potential. The bound-state problem then is to solve the partition function for single-particle in the presence of anharmonics oscillator asymmetric potential. The factor second exponential function of partition function of particle bound in the anharmonics oscillator asymmetric potential can also be expanded in power series of the temperature and parameter , , and is the position of single-particle bound-state problem and using the integrate Gaussian. The purpose of this works, we will compute the partition function as a function of temperature, entropy, specific heat capacity and standard deviation which depend on the parameter and frequency.

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M. Apiratigosol et al., "Determine the Specific Heat Capacity, the Entropy, and the Standard Deviation of Particle Vibration Bound-State under the Anharmonic Oscillator Asymmetric Potential by Partition Function Method", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 886, pp. 206-212, 2019

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