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Exactly Solved Models in Statistical Mechanics

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Exactly Solved Models in Statistical Mechanics
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Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0486462714
Number of pages: 502

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This text explores the solution of two-dimensional lattice models. Topics include basic statistical mechanics, Ising models, the mean field model, the spherical model, ice-type models, corner transfer matrices, hard hexagonal models, and elliptic functions.

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