Debye Temperature Calculator

Debye theory states that the Debye temperature is the temperature of a crystal's highest normal mode of vibration. i.e. Due to a single normal vibration, the highest temperature that can be succeeded. Calculate the Debye temperature from the known values of Planck constant, frequency, Boltzmann constant.

Debye Temperature Calculation based on Debye Theory

Debye theory states that the Debye temperature is the temperature of a crystal's highest normal mode of vibration. i.e. Due to a single normal vibration, the highest temperature that can be succeeded. Calculate the Debye temperature from the known values of Planck constant, frequency, Boltzmann constant.

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Formula:

θD = hwD/kB Where, θD=Debye Temperature h=(Planck Constant)/(2Π) wD=Debye Frequency kB=Boltzmann Constant

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