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1 Statistical Mechanics Made Simple: A Guide for Students and Researchers [ILLUSTRATED] (Hardcover)

Mattis, Daniel C.
9812381651 / 9789812381651
U.S.A., World Scientific Publishing Company, 2003, Hardcover, Very Good
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Statistical Mechanics Made Simple: A Guide for Students and Researchers [ILLUSTRATED] (Hardcover) By Mattis, Daniel C. Product Description This book is an elaboration of the author's lecture notes in a graduate course in statistical physics and thermodynamics, augmented by some material suitable for self-teaching as well as for undergraduate study. The first 4 or 5 chapters are suitable for an undergraduate course for engineers and physicists in Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics and include detailed study of the various ensembles and their connections to applied thermodynamics. The Debye law of specific heats and reasons for deviations from the Debye formulas are covered, as are the Einstein theories of Brownian motion, black-body radiation and specific heat of solids. Van der Waals gases and the reason for the apparent failure of his Law of Corresponding States are discussed. Product Details Hardcover: 268 pages Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company (March 31, 2003) Language: English ISBN-10: 9812381651 ISBN-13: 9789812381651 Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 6.6 x 0.7 inches

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