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Assuming "Fermi-Dirac distribution" refers to a formula | Use as referring to a mathematical definition instead
particle spin:  
temperature:  
chemical potential energy:  
state energy:  

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Equation:

link to /input/?i=1.38065%C3%9710%5E-23+joules+per+kelvin&lk=1link to /input/?i=1.38065%C3%9710%5E-23+joules+per+kelvin&lk=1link to /input/?i=1.38065%C3%9710%5E-23+joules+per+kelvin&lk=1link to /input/?i=1.38065%C3%9710%5E-23+joules+per+kelvin&lk=1
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Input values:

link to /input/?i=300+kelvins&lk=1link to /input/?i=300+kelvins&lk=1link to /input/?i=10+electronvolts&lk=1link to /input/?i=10+electronvolts&lk=1link to /input/?i=5+electronvolts&lk=1link to /input/?i=5+electronvolts&lk=1
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