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Lecture Notes in Statistical Mechanics

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Lecture Notes in Statistical Mechanics
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Publisher: The J. Stefan Institute
Number of pages: 137

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These lectures cover classical and quantum statistical mechanics with some emphasis on classical spin systems. The author gives also an introduction to Bose condensation and superfluidity but he does not discuss phenomena specific to Fermi particles.

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