Specific heat at constant volume in the thermodynamic model

  title={Specific heat at constant volume in the thermodynamic model},
  author={Champak B. Das and S. Das Gupta and Aalto University and Montreal. and Canada. and Rutgers University and Piscataway and New Jersey. and Usa},
  journal={Physical Review C},
A thermodynamic model for multifragmentation which is frequently used appears to give very different values for specific heat at constant volume depending upon whether canonical or grand canonical ensemble is used. The cause for this discrepancy is analysed. 
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