Statistical Mechanics

  • ID: 2736377
  • Book
  • 160 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Thirty years' teaching experience have been condensed into this concise introductory book on Statistical Mechanics. Ideal for second and third year undergraduates in physics, applied mathematics, physical chemistry, chemical engineering, metallurgy, materials science and polymer science.

- Provides a concise introduction to statistical mechanics- Ideal for second and third year undergraduates in physics, applied mathematics, physical chemistry, chemical engineering, metallurgy, materials science and polymer science

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Historical introduction; Some basic ideas; The Boltzmann distribution and related topics; The approach to gases; More detailed treatment of gases; The Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution for monatomic and diatomic gases; Fermi-dirac gases; Bose-Einstein gases; Solids; Liquids; Other related topics; Worked examples; Questions with answers; Appendices: Stirling's approximation; A result for localised particles; Various integrals; Some thermodynamic results; Physical constants; References.
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Trevena, D HDavid H. Trevena, University College of Wales, UK
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