Statistical Physics, Part 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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THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
Interaction of quasiparticles
Magnetic susceptibility of a Fermi liquid
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According applies assumed atoms becomes body calculate called chemical classical closed system complete components condition consider constant contains coordinates corresponding course crystal defined denote density depends derivative determined direction distribution effect electron elements entropy equal equation equilibrium expansion expression external fact factor field Finally fluctuations formula free energy function given gives Hence ideal increase independent integral interaction lattice levels limiting liquid macroscopic mean mean value mechanics medium molecule momenta momentum motion number of particles obtain occur particles particular phase physics positive possible potential pressure probability PROBLEM properties quantities quantum Quantum Mechanics regarded relation remains respect result rotation separate SOLUTION space specific heat statistical Substituting subsystem surface symmetry taken temperature tion transition unit values variables various vector vibrations volume wave whole write written zero