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Degrees of freedom (physics and chemistry)
In physics, a degree of freedom is an independent physical parameter in the formal description of the state of a physical system. The set of all states
Degrees of freedom
bodies, number of possible independent relative motions between the pieces of the mechanism Degrees of freedom (physics and chemistry), a term used in
Degree
(physics and chemistry), a concept describing dependence on a countable set of parameters Degree of frost, a unit of temperature measurement Degrees Lintner
Freedom (disambiguation)
concept in particle physics Degrees of freedom (mechanics), a concept in mechanics and robotics Degrees of freedom (physics and chemistry), a term used in
List of mathematical topics in classical mechanics
D'Alembert's principle Degrees of freedom (physics and chemistry) Frame of reference Inertial frame of reference Galilean transformation Principle of relativity Conservation
Microstate continuum
understood in opposition to quantum statistical mechanics. degrees of freedom (physics and chemistry) ergodic hypothesis microstate (statistical mechanics)
Freedom
defined. Such degrees of freedom appear in many mathematical and related disciplines, including degrees of freedom as used in physics and chemistry to explain
Molar heat capacity
f = 12 degrees of freedom. Methane CH 4 (n = 5) is tridimensional, and the formula predicts f = 24. Ethane H 3C–CH 3 (n = 8) has 4 degrees of rotational
Jahn–Teller effect
responsible for a variety of phenomena in spectroscopy, stereochemistry, crystal chemistry, molecular and solid-state physics, and materials science. The
Microstate (statistical mechanics)
entropy change of zero. Quantum statistical mechanics Degrees of freedom (physics and chemistry) Ergodic hypothesis Phase space Macrostates and Microstates