A system has two possible energy states, E0 and E1 (with E1 > E0). If the difference between these energy states grows (E0 and E1 get fur

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A system has two possible energy states, E0 and E1 (with E1 > E0). If the difference between these energy states grows (E0 and E1 get further apart while the temperature stays constant), then the ratio of the number of particles in state E0 over the number of particles in state E1 will:__________

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Ben Gia 2 months 2021-07-30T00:54:17+00:00 1 Answers 3 views 0

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    2021-07-30T00:55:59+00:00

    Answer:

    The number of particles in state E0 over the number of particles in state E1  will reduce

    Explanation:

    E0 represents the ground level state when all the particles have same energy level.

    E1 represents excited state in which only a few particle reaches

    E0 and E1 get further apart  means that the energy difference between the two level increases.

    Thus, the number of particles in state E0 over the number of particles in state E1  will reduce.

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