## 2006N1204

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## 2006N1203

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### Ludwig Boltzmann : his later life and philosophy, 1900-1906

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## 2006N1201

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THE STATISTICAL MEANING OF ENTROPY
I have mentioned this technical definition simply in order to remove entropy from the atmosphere of hazy mystery that frequently veils it. Much more important for us here is the bearing on the statistical concept of order and disorder, a connection that was revealed by the investigations of Boltzmann and Gibbs in statistical physics. This too is an exact quantitative connection, and is expressed by
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