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Statistical Mechanics by Daniel F. Styer

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Statistical Mechanics
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Publisher: Oberlin College
Number of pages: 247

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This is a book about statistical mechanics at the advanced undergraduate level. It assumes a background in classical mechanics through the concept of phase space, in quantum mechanics through the Pauli exclusion principle, and in mathematics through multivariate calculus.

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