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Statistical Physics by Franz J. Vesely

Small book cover: Statistical Physics

Statistical Physics
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Publisher: University of Vienna
Number of pages: 71

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This web tutorial was devised as a tool for teaching Statistical Physics to second year students. Topics covered: Why is water wet? Elements of Kinetic Theory; Phase space; Statistical Thermodynamics; Statistical Quantum Mechanics.

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