Posted by Just Wondering on April 15, 2013, 12:01 am
For the debye calculation we said that the number of atoms present in a sample , N, times by 3 is equal to the integral over the density of states. Is this the same as the number of phonons that would be present in the sample or would he number of phonons be given by the integral over the density of states and the boson occupation factor therefore giving a T dependence. 
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