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Lecture Notes in Statistical Mechanics and Mesoscopics

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Lecture Notes in Statistical Mechanics and Mesoscopics
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 119

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These are the lecture notes for quantum and statistical mechanics courses that are given by DC at Ben-Gurion University. Topics covered: introduction to master equations; non-equilibrium processes; fluctuation theorems; linear response theory; adiabatic transport; the Kubo formalism; and the scattering approach to mesoscopics.

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