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Introduction to Statistical Mechanics
Author(s): S. K. Sinha

ISBN:    978-81-7319-717-8 
E-ISBN:   
Publication Year:   2005
Pages:   465
Binding:   Paper Back
Dimension:   185mm x 240mm
Weight:   725


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About the book

Introduction to Statistical Mechanics discusses the basic law of statistical physics and their applications to a wide range of interesting problems. The basic principles of equilibrium statistical mechanics are clearly formulated and applied to specific examples of ideal gases and interacting systems to bring out their strength and scope. The main emphasis is on physical ideas and the mathematical formalism associated with them.


Key Features

  • Mathematical Derivations worked out in detail Non-equilibrium phenomena covered in depth Mathematical Functions, useful integrals, probability distribution functions and path integral method discussed Practice Problems included



Table of Contents

Preface / Acknowledgement / Introduction / Review of Thermodynamics / Basic Principles of Statistical Mechanics / Microcanonical Ensemble / Canonical Ensemble / Grand Canonical Ensemble / Theory of Ideal Gases / Ideal Bose Systems / Ideal Fermi Systems / Classical Statistical Mechanics of Interacting Systems / Quantum Statistical Mechanics of Interacting Systems / Theory of Dense Gases and Liquids / Statistical Mechanics of Solids / Phase Transition and Critical Phenomenon / Kinetic Theory of Gases / Dynamical Theory of Gases / Appendixes / Bibliography / Index.




Audience

Undergraduate Postgraduate Students, Researchers and Professionals


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