Question

a system has two non-degenerate energy levels. energy gap is 0.1eV. calculate the probability that the system is in the higher energy level, when it is in thermal equilibrium with a heat reservoir of absolute temperature

i- 300K

ii-600K

iii-1000K

iv- 10000K

at what temperature is the probability equal to (v) 0.25 (vi) 0.4 (vii) 0.49

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