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Q) ; which gives n(z) = n(0)exp( mgz=kT) : What does that mean for the pressure of an ideal gas? 0000002633 00000 n Variation of the chemical potential with T for free bosons inthree-dimensions Peter Young (Dated: February 20, 2012) As shown in class and a handout [1], the density of single particle states of non-interacting spinless bosons in three dimensions is ρ(ǫ) = V 4π2 2m ¯h2 3/2 ǫ1/2.