Introduction to Thermal Physics, An, 1st edition
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- A balanced treatment of both classical thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, showing the relation between them without confusing the student. Pg.___
- A rich supply of applications capture students' attention and show how thermal physics relates to engineering, chemistry, earth science, condensed matter physics, astrophysics, and everyday life. Pg.___
- Integrated problems at the ends of sections and subsections encourage students to actively apply what they have been reading and check their understanding. Pg.___
- The text includes many problems that require the use of the computer; for instance, spreadsheet calculations, plotting, numerical integration, root finding, and Monte Carlo simulation. Pg.___
- Designed primarily for a one-semester course, the text also contains sufficient material for longer courses and advanced projects. Pg.___
- The text is accessible to anyone who has completed a year of calculus-based introductory physics. Pg.___
- A clear and lively writing style engages readers. Pg.___
Table of contents
III. STATISTICAL MECHANICS.
Published by Pearson (August 18th 1999) - Copyright © 2000