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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of equipartition:

/ɛkwəpɑɹtɪʃən/

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- be interpreted using the equipartition theorem. The equipartition theorem states that the
- as follows. We saw in a previous video that for a molecular gas, the equipartition theorem
- according to classical theory, we can apply the same equipartition theorem to radiation.
- According to the equipartition theorem, all modes contain the same amount of energy. These
- Rayleigh was fixated on a principle called the equipartition theorem.
- He showed that according to equipartition, each wavelength where the waves fit perfectly
- Instead, Rayleigh suggested a different formula based directly on equipartition.
- the equipartition theorem.
- It allowed Planck to equipartition energy
- It's called the equipartition of energy.
- Sometimes it's called the classical equipartition of
- equipartition of energy result.
- N and then I get three half k boltzmann T which is the equipartition theorem each degree
- But for classical particles this is where equipartition theorem comes from it comes
- values but on the average the momentum is given by the equipartition theorem it says
- we had the equipartition of energy result.
- called the asymptotic equipartition property.
- equipartition property is, is simply the week law of large
- of the AEP, the asymptotic equipartition property.
- It's equipartition because everything is equally likely.