**Statistical Physics**

by Manfred Sigrist

**Publisher**: ETH Zurich 2014**Number of pages**: 130

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From the table of contents: Laws of Thermodynamics; Kinetic approach and Boltzmann transport theory; Classical statistical mechanics; Quantum Statistical Physics; Phase transitions; Linear Response Theory; Renormalization group; etc.

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