Show that the most probable distribution of 2N molecules of an ideal gas contained in two equal and connected volumes at the same temperature is N molecules in each volume.

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Show that the most probable distribution of 2N molecules of an ideal gas contained in two equal and connected volumes at the same temperature is N molecules in each volume.

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