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STP Textbook: Table of Contents
written by Harvey Gould and Jan Tobochnik
The STP Textbook is intended for Statistical Mechanics, Thermal Physics or Thermal and Statistical Physics classes for upper-level undergraduate and/or graduate students. The text makes extensive use of simulations found in osp_stp.jar or by searching STP, OSP or Open Source Physics on ComPADRE.
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Book Title: Thermal and Statistical Physics
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STP Textbook: Table of Contents:
Contains STP Textbook Chapter 2: Thermodynamic Concepts and Processes
This chapter of the STP textbook introduces concepts of thermodynamics.relation by Anne Cox
Contains STP Textbook Chapter 3: Concepts of Probability
This chapter of the STP Textbook introduces concepts of probability and their application to simple physical systems.relation by Anne Cox
Contains STP Textbook Chapter 4: The Methodology of Statistical Mechanics
This chapter of the STP Textbook develops the basic methodology of statistical mechanics.relation by Anne Cox
Contains STP Textbook Chapter 5: Magnetic Systems
This chapter of the STP textbook applies the basic formalism of statistical mechanics (from Chapter 4) to a model magnetic system (Ising model).relation by Anne Cox
Contains STP Textbook Chapter 6: Many Particle Systems
This chapter of the STP textbook applies the general formalism of statistical mechanics to classical and quantum systems of non-interacting particles.relation by Anne Cox
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