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speed of sound and the potential energy of an ideal gas; Goldstein derivation
I am looking the derivation of the speed of sound in Goldstein's Classical Mechanics (sec. 11-3, pp. 356-358, 1st ed). In order to write down the Lagrangian, he needs the kinetic and potential ...
Sep 12 '12 at 15:06
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