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Study notes for Statistical Physics

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Study notes for Statistical Physics
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740308419
Number of pages: 116

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This is an academic textbook in three parts, intended for a one-semester course in statistical physics at honours BSc level. Throughout the book, the emphasis is on a clear, concise exposition, with all steps being clearly explained.

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