Filename: thermal-physics.pdf
ISBN: 0716710889
Release Date: 1980-01-15
Number of pages: 473
Author: Charles Kittel
Publisher: Macmillan

Download and read online Thermal Physics in PDF and EPUB CONGRATULATIONS TO HERBERT KROEMER, 2000 NOBEL LAUREATE FOR PHYSICS For upper-division courses in thermodynamics or statistical mechanics, Kittel and Kroemer offers a modern approach to thermal physics that is based on the idea that all physical systems can be described in terms of their discrete quantum states, rather than drawing on 19th-century classical mechanics concepts.

Filename: thermal-physics.pdf
ISBN: 9781107080119
Release Date: 2015-02-19
Number of pages: 174
Author: David Goodstein
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Filename: thermal-physics.pdf
ISBN: 0521658381
Release Date: 1999-07-15
Number of pages: 442
Author: Ralph Baierlein
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Thermal Physics in PDF and EPUB Clear and reader-friendly, this is an ideal textbook for students seeking an introduction to thermal physics. Written by an experienced teacher and extensively class-tested, Thermal Physics provides a comprehensive grounding in thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, and kinetic theory. A key feature of this text is its readily accessible introductory chapters, which begin with a review of fundamental ideas. Entropy, conceived microscopically and statistically, and the Second Law of Thermodynamics are introduced early in the book. Throughout, topics are built on a conceptual foundation of four linked elements: entropy and the Second Law, the canonical probability distribution, the partition function, and the chemical potential. As well as providing a solid preparation in the basics of the subject, the text goes on to explain exciting recent developments such as Bose-Einstein condensation and critical phenomena. Key equations are highlighted throughout, and each chapter contains a summary of essential ideas and an extensive set of problems of varying degrees of difficulty. A free solutions manual is available for instructors (ISBN 0521 658608). Thermal Physics is suitable for both undergraduates and graduates in physics and astronomy.

Filename: thermal-physics-second-edition.pdf
ISBN: 0748743790
Release Date: 1993-04-08
Number of pages: 272
Author: C.B.P. Finn
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Thermal Physics Second Edition in PDF and EPUB Concise yet thorough, accessible, authoritative, and affordable. These are the hallmarks of books in the remarkable Physics and its Applications series. Thermodynamics is an essential part of any physical sciences education, but it is so full of pitfalls and subtleties, that many students fail to appreciate its elegance and power. In Thermal Physics, the author emphasizes understanding the basic ideas and shows how the important thermodynamics results can be simply obtained from the fundamental relations without getting lost in a maze of partial differentials. In this second edition, Dr. Finn incorporated new sections on scales of temperature, availability, the degradation of energy, and lattice defects. The text contains ample illustrations and examples of applications of thermodynamics in physics, engineering, and chemistry.

Filename: concepts-in-thermal-physics.pdf
ISBN: 9780199562091
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 493
Author: Stephen Blundell
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

Download and read online Concepts in Thermal Physics in PDF and EPUB This text provides a modern introduction to the main principles of thermal physics, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. The key concepts are presented and new ideas are illustrated with worked examples as well as description of the historical background to their discovery.

Filename: thermal-physics.pdf
ISBN: 9789814340762
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 375
Author: Joon Chang Lee
Publisher: World Scientific

Download and read online Thermal Physics in PDF and EPUB The book aims to explain the basic ideas of thermal physics intuitively and in the simplest possible way. It is aimed at making the reader feel comfortable with the ideas of entropy and free energy. Thermal physics is prone to misunderstanding, confusion and is often being overlooked. However, a good foundation is necessary to prepare the reader for advanced level studies.

Filename: thermal-physics-and-statistical-mechanics.pdf
ISBN: 8122413021
Release Date: 2001-01-01
Number of pages: 432
Author: S. K. Roy
Publisher: New Age International

Download and read online Thermal Physics and Statistical Mechanics in PDF and EPUB This Book Emphasises The Development Of Problem Solving Skills In Undergraduate Science And Engineering Students.The Book Provides More Than 350 Solved Examples With Complete Step-By-Step Solutions As Well As Around 100 Practice Problems With Answers.Also Explains The Basic Theory, Principles, Equations And Formulae For A Quick Understanding And Review. Can Serve Both As A Useful Text And Companion Book To Those Pre-Paring For Various Examinations In Physics.

Filename: fundamentals-of-statistical-and-thermal-physics.pdf
ISBN: 9781478610052
Release Date: 2009-01-05
Number of pages: 651
Author: F. Reif
Publisher: Waveland Press

Download and read online Fundamentals of Statistical and Thermal Physics in PDF and EPUB All macroscopic systems consist ultimately of atoms obeying the laws of quantum mechanics. That premise forms the basis for this comprehensive text, intended for a first upper-level course in statistical and thermal physics. Reif emphasizes that the combination of microscopic concepts with some statistical postulates leads readily to conclusions on a purely macroscopic level. The authors writing style and penchant for description energize interest in condensed matter physics as well as provide a conceptual grounding with information that is crystal clear and memorable. Reif first introduces basic probability concepts and statistical methods used throughout all of physics. Statistical ideas are then applied to systems of particles in equilibrium to enhance an understanding of the basic notions of statistical mechanics, from which derive the purely macroscopic general statements of thermodynamics. Next, he turns to the more complicated equilibrium situations, such as phase transformations and quantum gases, before discussing nonequilibrium situations in which he treats transport theory and dilute gases at varying levels of sophistication. In the last chapter, he addresses some general questions involving irreversible processes and fluctuations. A large amount of material is presented to facilitate students later access to more advanced works, to allow those with higher levels of curiosity to read beyond the minimum given on a topic, and to enhance understanding by presenting several ways of looking at a particular question. Formatting within the text either signals material that instructors can assign at their own discretion or highlights important results for easy reference to them. Additionally, by solving many of the 230 problems contained in the text, students activate and embed their knowledge of the subject matter.

Filename: thermal-physics.pdf
ISBN: 9781139499316
Release Date: 2011-10-27
Number of pages:
Author: Allen L. Wasserman
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Thermal Physics in PDF and EPUB Thermodynamics has benefited from nearly 100 years of parallel development with quantum mechanics. As a result, thermal physics has been considerably enriched in concepts, technique and purpose, and now has a dominant role in the developments of physics, chemistry and biology. This unique book explores the meaning and application of these developments using quantum theory as the starting point. The book links thermal physics and quantum mechanics in a natural way. Concepts are combined with interesting examples, and entire chapters are dedicated to applying the principles to familiar, practical and unusual situations. Together with end-of-chapter exercises, this book gives advanced undergraduate and graduate students a modern perception and appreciation for this remarkable subject.

Filename: thermal-physics-of-the-atmosphere.pdf
ISBN: 0470710373
Release Date: 2010-04-06
Number of pages: 256
Author: Maarten H. P. Ambaum
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Thermal Physics of the Atmosphere in PDF and EPUB Thermal Physics of the Atmosphere offers a concise and thorough introduction on how basic thermodynamics naturally leads on to advanced topics in atmospheric physics. The book starts by covering the basics of thermodynamics and its applications in atmospheric science. The later chapters describe major applications, specific to more specialized areas of atmospheric physics, including vertical structure and stability, cloud formation, and radiative processes. The book concludes with a discussion of non-equilibrium thermodynamics as applied to the atmosphere. This book provides a thorough introduction and invaluable grounding for specialised literature on the subject. Introduces a wide range of areas associated with atmospheric physics Starts from basic level thermal physics Ideally suited for readers with a general physics background Self-assessment questions included for each chapter Supplementary website to accompany the book

Filename: electricity-and-thermal-physics.pdf
ISBN: 074877663X
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 152
Author: Mark Ellse
Publisher: Nelson Thornes

Download and read online Electricity and Thermal Physics in PDF and EPUB Electrical and thermal physics is part of a series of lively, high-quality texts for senior physics students.

Filename: thermal-physics.pdf
ISBN: 0883189194
Release Date: 1991-09-01
Number of pages: 370
Author: M SPRACKLING
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

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