Statistical physics, Volume 1
Pergamon Press, 1980 - Science - 544 pages
A lucid presentation of statistical physics and thermodynamics which develops from the general principles to give a large number of applications of the theory.
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Review: Statistical Physics, Part 1 (Course of Theoretical Physics, #6)User Review - Martina - Goodreads
I love statistical physics. Hands down, it's one of my favorite physical courses thus far. That said, I picked up Landau & Lifshitz as a complementary book to my regular textbook. I respect the work ... Read full review
Review: Statistical Physics, Part 1 (Course of Theoretical Physics, #6)User Review - Goodreads
This loses a star only because I don't like stat phys. That said, this is the best book for it that I have seen. I used Landau/Lifschitz instead of the assigned text (Pathria).
THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
Interaction ot quasiparticles
Magnetic susceptibility of a Fermi liquid
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