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Thermodynamic Geometry of Deformed Bosons and Fermions
Behrouz Mirza and Hosein Mohammadzadeh
We construct the thermodynamic geometry of an ideal q-deformed boson and fermion gas. We investigate some thermodynamic properties such as the stability and statistical interaction. It will be shown that the statistical interaction of q-deformed boson gas is attractive, while it is repulsive for the q-deformed fermion one. Also, we will consider the singular point of the thermodynamic curvature to obtain some new results about the condensation of q-deformed bosons and show that there exist a finite critical phase transition temperature even in low dimensions. It is shown that the thermodynamic curvature of q-deformed boson and fermion quantum gases diverges as a power-law function with respect to temperature at zero temperature limit.