5 edition of Statistical physics. found in the catalog.
|Statement||[By] Ya. P. Terletskii. Translated from the Russian by Nanny Fröman.|
|LC Classifications||QC175 .T413|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 279 p.|
|Number of Pages||279|
|LC Control Number||70157006|
Statistical Physics ETH Zur¨ ich – Herbstsemester Manfred Sigrist, HIT K • Statistical Mechanics, R.P. Feynman, Advanced Book Classics, Perseus Books (). • Statistische Mechanik, R. Hentschke, Wiley-VCH (). The mathematical structure of statistical mechanics was established by the American physicist Josiah Willard Gibbs in his book Elementary Principles in Statistical Mechanics (), but two earlier physicists, James Clerk Maxwell of Great Britain and Ludwig E. Boltzmann of Austria, are generally credited with having developed the fundamental principles of the field with their work .
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The Manchester Physics Series General Editors: D. J. Sandiford; F. Mandl; A. C. Phillips Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester Properties of Matter B. H. Flowers and E. Mendoza Optics Second Edition F. G. Smith and J. H. Thomson Statistical Physics Second Edition E. Mandl Electromagnetism Second Edition I. S. Grant and W. R. /5. we can forget that the results are statistical at all, and treat them as exact laws of physics. For instance, the familiar equation of state of an ideal gas, PV=νRT(see Section ), is actually a statistical result. In other words, it relates the average pressure, and the average volume, to the average temperature.
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Undergraduate students of physics and related sciences will find this a stimulating account of the basic physics and its applications.
Only an elementary knowledge of kinetic theory and atomic physics, as well as the rudiments of quantum theory, are presupposed for an understanding of this book. Statistical Physics, Second Edition features:Cited by: Undergrad Level: An Introduction to Thermal Physics (Schroeder) is the one that seems to be recommended more than any other book.
It's very user-friendly and informal (probably the most user-friendly stat mech textbook on the market). That said. The book by Callen also draws heavily on the work by Edwin Jaynes on the relation-ship between statistical physics and information theory as pioneered by Claude Shan-non.
Although somehow debated, this link shows once again that statistical physics is more than statistical mechanics. Information theory provides very helpful insight into. Statistical Physics of Particles 1st Edition by Mehran Kardar ; Statistical Mechanics 3rd Edition by R K Pathria, Paul D.
Beale; One may also get interest into the book - 6. Introduction to Modern Statistical Mechanics 1st Edition by David Chandler. The approach of this book to the subject is very different than the above mentioned books.
Until recently, the field of statistical physics was traditionally taught as three separate subjects: thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, and kinetic theory. This text, a forerunner in its field and now a classic, was the first to recognize the outdated reasons for their separation and to combine the essentials of the three subjects into one /5(8).
Statistical Physics Lecture Notes. This book covers the following topics: Statistical physics is an unfinished and highly active part of ples of statistical mechanics, Thermodynamic quantities, The Gibbs Distribution, Ideal gas, Statistical ensembles, Fluctuations, Stochastic Processes, Non-Ideal Gases, Phase Equilibrium.
Landau and Lifshitz, Statistical Physics Russian style: terse, encyclopedic, Statistical physics. book cent. Much of this book comes across as remarkably modern given that it was rst published in Mandl, Statistical Physics This is an easy going book with very clear explanations but doesn’t go into as much detail as we will need for this Size: 1MB.
example. Moreover, statistical physics in its modern form has given us a complete understand-ing of second-order phase transitions, and with Wilson’sRenormalization Group theory we may calculate the scaling exponents observed in experiments on phase transitions.
However, the ﬁeld of statistical physics is in a phase of rapid Size: 1MB. Undergraduate students of physics and related sciences will find this a stimulating account of the basic physics and its applications.
Only an elementary knowledge of kinetic theory and atomic physics, as well as the rudiments of quantum theory, are presupposed for an understanding of this book. Statistical Physics, Second Edition features:Author: Franz Mandl. This is an academic textbook for a one-semester course in statistical physics at honours BSc level.
It is in three parts and begins with a unified treatment of equilibrium systems, based on the concept of the statistical ensemble, in which the usual combinatorial calculation only has to be worked out once/5(13). About this book This undergraduate textbook provides a statistical mechanical foundation to the classical laws of thermodynamics via a comprehensive treatment of the basics of classical thermodynamics, equilibrium statistical mechanics, irreversible thermodynamics, and the statistical mechanics of non-equilibrium phenomena.
Get this from a library. Statistical physics. [Gregory H Wannier] -- This classic text combines thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, and kinetic theory in a single unified presentation of thermal physics.
The three-part treatment covers the principles of statistical. A Modern Course in Statistical Physics is a textbook that illustrates the foundations of equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical physics, and the universal nature of thermodynamic processes, from the point of view of contemporary research problems.
The book treats such diverse topics as the microscopic theory of critical phenomena, superfluid dynamics, quantum. For a good self study guide, I would suggest Blundell and Blundell's "Concepts in Thermal Physics" it builds up the thermodynamics part for a good 1/3 of the book but then the rest is statistical mech, has several applications of both, many practical and it includes several discussions in advanced topics, my favorite was the derivation of.
Undergraduate students of physics and related sciences will find this a stimulating account of the basic physics and its applications. Only an elementary knowledge of kinetic theory and atomic physics, as well as the rudiments of quantum theory, are presupposed for an understanding of this book.
Statistical Physics, Second Edition features:Reviews: 1. The text explains very clearly the fundamental concepts of statistical physics in a self contained manner.
This textbook is useful to the understanding of other texts of the course of theoretical physics by Landau and Lifshitz. I strongly believe this book is an essential reading to both theoretical and experimental physicists.
Statistical physics is a core component of most undergraduate (and some post-graduate) physics degree courses. It is primarily concerned with the behavior of matter in bulk-from boiling water to the superconductivity of metals.
Ultimately, it seeks to uncover the laws governing random processes, such as the snow on your TV screen. This essential new Reviews: 1. Suitable for graduate students in chemical physics, statistical physics, and physical chemistry, this text develops an innovative, probabilistic approach to statistical mechanics.
The treatment employs Gauss's principle and incorporates Bose Brand: Dover Publications. Market: Specialists and graduate students in polymer physics, statistical physics, physical chemistry of polymers, materials science, molecular biophysics, and chemical engineering.
This introductory volume presents in-depth descriptions of fundamental concepts as. This book covers the following topics: The classical description of a particle, Hilbert space formalism, Group theory, Lie algebra, The Green function approach, The evolution operator, Scattering theory, Quantum mechanics in practice, Dynamics and driven systems.
Statistical Physics by Michael Cross. This note covers the following topics. Statistical physics is a core component of most undergraduate (and some post-graduate) physics degree courses. It is primarily concerned with the behavior of matter in bulk-from boiling water to the superconductivity of metals.
Ultimately, it seeks to uncover the laws governing random processes, such as the snow on your TV screen. This essential new textbook guides the .He has taught different courses for physics and non-physics students, ranging from introductory physics to advanced statistical physics.
With Primož Ziherl, he co-authored two collections of solved problems in thermodynamics and in statistical physics (in Slovenian language) at an advanced BS level.e-books in Statistical Physics category Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics of Small Systems by A.
Puglisi, A. Sarracino, A. Vulpiani (eds) - MDPI AG, Applications of the thermodynamic and statistical mechanics of small systems range from molecular biology to micro-mechanics, including models of nano-transport, Brownian motors, and (living or artificial) self .