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I found it: $$\bar{n}_{BE}=-\frac{1}{\mathcal{Z}}\frac{\partial \mathcal{Z}}{\partial x}$$ where $x =(\epsilon -\mu)/kT$ $$\mathcal{Z} = \sum\limits_{n}^\infty e^{-n(\epsilon -\mu)/kT}$$ which converges if $\epsilon -\mu<0$


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The chemical potential is sort of the potential energy needed to add another particle from the surrounding reservoir to the system. Thus to add another particle to a particular single particle level requires energy if the chemical potential is larger than the energy of single-particle level. If the chemical potential was smaller than the energy level, then ...



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