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A Modern Course in Statistical Physics

Reichl, Linda E.

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4. Auflage April 2016
480 Seiten, Softcover
75 Abbildungen
17 Tabellen
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ISBN: 978-3-527-41349-2
Wiley-VCH, Berlin

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Presents essential concepts from equilibrium and non-equlibrium statistical physics at a level accessible to advanced undergraduate and graduate students. This edition includes latest methods of quantum statistical mechanics and modern aspects of turbulent hydrodynamic flow.

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Präsentiert die wesentlichen Konzepte der statistischen Physik (statistisches Gleichgewicht und Ungleichgewicht) auf für Studenten im Grund- und Hauptstudium verständliche Weise. Diese Auflage behandelt u. a. die neuesten Methoden der statistischen Quantenmechanik sowie aktuelle Aspekte der turbulenten Hydrodynamik.

From the contents:
- Complexity and Entropy
- Thermodynamics
- The Thermodynamics of Phase Transitions
- Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics I: Canonical Ensemble
- Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics II: Grand Canonical Ensemble
- Brownian Motion and Fluctuation - Dissipation
- Hydrodynamics
- Transport Coefficients
- Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions
Linda E. Reichl is Professor of Physics at the University of Texas at Austin and Co-Director of the Center for Complex Quantum Systems. Her research ranges over a number of topics in statistical physics and nonlinear dynamics. They include quantum transport theory, Brownian motion, quantum, classical and stochastic chaos theory, quantum control of atomic and cold atomic systems, and the conductance and spectral properties of open quantum systems. Professor Reichl has published more than 160 research papers, two books, A Modern Course in Statistical Physics and The Transition to Chaos, each of which have appeared in several editions. In 2000, she was elected Fellow of the American Physical Society "for her original contributions to the field of quantum chaos."