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Kinetic Theory by David Tong

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Kinetic Theory
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Publisher: University of Cambridge
Number of pages: 106

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This is a graduate course on topics in non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, covering kinetic theory, stochastic processes and linear response. It is aimed at masters students and PhD students. The full set of lecture notes are around 100 pages.

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