by Irey, Ansari, Pohl
Publisher: The University of Texas at Austin 1972
Number of pages: 138
The Microscopic Second Law: Equilibrium - A Microscopic Understanding; Entropy, Equilibrium and the Second Law. Applied Microscopic Thermodynamics: Microscopic Calculation of Perfect Gas Properties; Properties of Gases with Low-Mass Particles; Transport Processes.
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