Posted by **Alice** on Tuesday, October 28, 2008 at 1:55pm.

P=(2J+1)exp(-(BJ(J+1))/kT) where B, k and T are constants

a. Show that dP/dJ=(2-(B(2J+1)^2)/kT)exp(-BJ(J+1)/kT)

b. Show that P exhibits a maximum and determine the expression for Jmax

c. Find the value of P when J=0 and the limiting value of P when J becomes large(infinity).

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