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Statistical mechanics

Author: R K Pathria; Paul D Beale
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier : Butterworth-Heinemann, 2011
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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This classic text, first published in 1972, is designed for graduate physics courses in statistical mechanics. The second edition, published in 1996, incorporated three comprehensive chapters on phase transitions and critical phenomena. This third edition includes new sections on Bose-Einstein condensation and degenerate Fermi behavior of ultracold atomic gases, and two new chapters on computer simulation methods  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R K Pathria; Paul D Beale
ISBN: 9780123821881 0123821886
OCLC Number: 769338161
Notes: First published 1972; Second edition published 1996
Description: xxvi, 718 pp.
Contents: The statistical basis of thermodynamics. Elements of the ensemble theory. The canonical ensemble --
The grand canonical ensemble. Formulation of quantum statistics. The theory of simple gases. Ideal Bose systems. Ideal Fermi systems. Thermodynamics of the early universe. Statistical mechanics of interacting systems: the method of cluster expansions. Statistical mechanics of interacting systems: the method of quantized fields. Phase transitions: critically, universality and scaling. Phase transitions: exact (or almost exact) results for the various models. Phase transitions: the renormalization group approach. Fluctuations.and nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. Computer simulations. Appendices
Responsibility: R.K. Pathria, Paul D. Beale

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This classic text, first published in 1972, is designed for graduate physics courses in statistical mechanics. The second edition, published in 1996, incorporated three comprehensive chapters on phase transitions and critical phenomena. This third edition includes new sections on Bose-Einstein condensation and degenerate Fermi behavior of ultracold atomic gases, and two new chapters on computer simulation methods and the thermodynamics of the early universe. We have also added new sections on chemical and phase equilibrium, and expanded...

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