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## Dulong–Petit law

Experimentally the two scientists had found that the heat capacity per weight the mass-specific heat capacity for a number of elements was close to a constant value, after it had been multiplied by a number representing the presumed relative atomic weight of the element.

To show this, note that for high temperatures, a series expansion of the exponential gives The Einstein specific heat expression then becomes This reduces to the Law of Dulong and Petit. To show this, note that for high temperatures, a series expansion of the exponential gives.

Therefore, using uppercase C for the dulongg heat capacity, and lowercase c for the specific heat capacity c:.

Departure from the Law of Dulong and Petit. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. In modern terms, Dulong leey Petit found that the heat capacity of a mole of many solid elements is about 3 Rdklong R is the modern constant called the universal gas constant.

The statistical distribution of energy in the vibrational states gives average energy: The Law of Dulong and Petit assumed that Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics and equipartition of energy could be applied even at low temperatures. Views Read Edit View history. For crystals under such conditions, the Debye model peyit, an extension of the Einstein theory that accounts for statistical distributions in atomic vibration when there are lower amounts of energy to distribute, works well.

Index Reference Blatt Sec 4. A system of vibrations in a crystalline solid lattice can be modelled by considering harmonic oscillator potentials along each degree of freedom. Therefore, the heat capacity of most solid crystalline substances is 3R per mole of substance. Despite its simplicity, Dulong—Petit law offers fairly good prediction for the specific heat capacity of many elementary solids with relatively simple crystal structure at high temperatures. This was the same conclusion that was drawn about blackbody radiation.

Instead, they measured the values of heat capacities per weight of substances and found them smaller for substances of greater atomic weight as inferred by Dalton and other early atomists. In the Einstein treatment, the appropriate frequency in the expression had to be determined empirically by comparison with experiment for each element. The specific heat of copper is 0.

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Index Reference Rohlf Ch These atomic weights had shortly before been suggested by John Dalton and modified by Jacob Berzelius. The Einstein solid model thus gave for the first time a reason why the Dulong—Petit law should be stated in terms of the classical heat capacities for gases.

The value of 3 R is about 25 joules per kelvinand Dulong and Petit essentially found that this was the heat capacity of certain solid elements per mole of atoms they contained. There are three degrees of freedom per vibrator, so the total energy is.

In the very low cryogenic temperature region, where the quantum mechanical nature of energy storage in all solids manifests itself with larger and larger effect, the law fails for all substances. The specific heat at constant volume should be just the rate of change with temperature temperature derivative of that energy.

Dulong and Petit did not state their law in terms of the gas constant R which was not then known. This dklong because in the classical theory of heat capacitythe heat capacity of solids approaches a maximum of 3 R per mole of atoms because full vibrational-mode degrees of freedom amount to 3 degrees ve freedom per atom, each corresponding to a quadratic kinetic energy term and a quadratic potential energy term.

In modern terms the mass m divided by atomic weight M gives the number of moles N. Course in Theoretical Physics. Law of Dulong and Petit The specific heat of copper is 0.

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Dulong and Petit then found that when multiplied by these atomic weights, the value for the heat capacity which would now be the heat capacity per mole in modern terms was nearly constant, and equal to a value which was later recognized to be 3 R. For high temperatures, this expression approaches agreement with the Law of Dulong and Petit. Although the general match with experiment was reasonable, it was not exact.

The Dulong—Petit law fails at room temperatures for light atoms bonded strongly to each other, such as in metallic beryllium and in carbon as diamond. Dulong and Petit were unaware of the relationship with Rsince this constant had not yet been defined from the later kinetic theory of gases.

The similarity can be accounted for by applying equipartition of energy to the atoms of the solids. Here, it predicts higher heat capacities than are actually found, with the difference dulohg to higher-energy vibrational modes not being populated at room temperatures in these substances. There are three degrees of freedom per vibrator, so the total energy is The derivative of this gives: CS1 French-language sources fr. The Law of Dulong and Petit is based on Maxwell-Boltzmann statisticsand for low temperatures, quantum statistics must be used.

Then, the free energy of the system can be written as [1]. In the Einstein model as opposed to the later Debye model we consider only the high-energy limit:.