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This corresponds very well with experimental data. The thermal energy can be used to calculate the root-mean-square speed of the atoms, which turns out to be inversely proportional to the square root of the atomic mass. Boltzmann’s grave in the Zentralfriedhof, Vienna, with bust and entropy formula. Such is its importance that it is inscribed on Boltzmann’s tombstone. This is a more natural form and this rescaled entropy exactly corresponds to Shannon’s subsequent information entropy. The Boltzmann constant is named after its 19th century Austrian discoverer, Ludwig Boltzmann. Boltzmann’s tombstone is in fact due to Planck, not Boltzmann. This constant is often referred to as Boltzmann’s constant, although, to my knowledge, Boltzmann himself never introduced it — a peculiar state of affairs, which can be explained by the fact that Boltzmann, as appears from his occasional utterances, never gave thought to the possibility of carrying out an exact measurement of the constant.
This “peculiar state of affairs” is illustrated by reference to one of the great scientific debates of the time. There was considerable disagreement in the second half of the nineteenth century as to whether atoms and molecules were real or whether they were simply a heuristic tool for solving problems. Nothing can better illustrate the positive and hectic pace of progress which the art of experimenters has made over the past twenty years, than the fact that since that time, not only one, but a great number of methods have been discovered for measuring the mass of a molecule with practically the same accuracy as that attained for a planet. In versions of SI prior to the 2019 redefinition of the SI base units, the Boltzmann constant was a measured quantity rather than a fixed value. In 2017, the most accurate measures of the Boltzmann constant were obtained by acoustic gas thermometry, which determines the speed of sound of a monatomic gas in a triaxial ellipsoid chamber using microwave and acoustic resonances. The small numerical value of the Boltzmann constant in SI units means a change in temperature by 1 K only changes a particle’s energy by a small amount. Planck units or natural units for temperature and energy.