## Degree of freedom of solids, Physics

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An atom in a solid state has no degrees of freedom for transnational and rotational speed. At great temperatures due to vibration along 3 axes it has 3 Χ2(directions)  = 6 degrees of freedom.

F = 6 due to vibration at high temperature

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