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Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, Kinetics – Rumer, Ryvkin
In this post, we will see the book Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and Kinetics by Yu. B. Rumer and M. Sh. Ryvkin About the book This book is intended for readers taking up the study of thermodynamics, statistical physics and kinetics. … Continue reading
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Tagged adiabatic potential, boseeinstein distribution, degenerate gases, energy quantization, entropy, equilibrium states, fermidirac distribution, fluctuations, gibbs method, ideal gas, interacting particles, irreversibility, isothermal potential, maxwellboltzmann gas, mir books, mir publishers, nonequilibrium thermodynamics, phase transitions, physics, plasmas, statistical physics, thermal radiation, thermodynamics
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The Differential Equations of Thermodynamics – Sychev
In this post, we will see the book The Differential Equations of Thermodynamics by V. V. Sychev. About the book Thermodynamics, as is known, is constructed quite simply. Two of its main laws have been established experimentally, and by applying … Continue reading
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Tagged boundary curves, clausiusclapeyron equations, complex thermodynamic systems, critical point, differential equations, entropy, first law of thermodynamics, flow processes, gibbshelmholtz equations, heat capacities, isentrope, isolines, mathematical physics, maxwell equations, phase transitions, physics, second law of thermodynamics, simple systems, thermodynamic potentials, thermodynamic systems, theromodynamics
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Fundamentals of Physics – Ivanov
In this post, we will see the book Fundamentals of Physics by B. N. Ivanov. About the book: The book being offered by the author differs from other existing books on the subject in its nontraditional approach to the course of physics. … Continue reading
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Tagged atomic structure, dielectrics, electrodynamics, electromagnetic waves, elementary particles, fields in media, forces, frames of reference, gas models, gravitation, hydrodynamics, ideal gas, interactions, lasers, laws of conservation, light, lorentz transformation, maxwells's equations, mechanics, neutron stars, nonequilibrium processes, oscillations, phase transitions, physics, plasma, radiation, refractive index, relativistic electrodynamics, relativity, skin effect, stellar matter, stellar structure, superconductivity, thermal phenomena, universe, waves, white dwarfs
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Quantum Theory of Solids – Lifshits (Ed.)
In this post we will see another book in the Advances in Science and Technology in the USSR – Physics series. This one is titled Quantum Theory of Solids and was edited by I. M. Lifshits. The present compilation includes … Continue reading
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Tagged AharonovBohm Effect, cooperon, electrons, hall effect, magnetism, magnetoresistance, mean field approximations, phase transitions, phonons, polaron, quantum crystals, quantum mechanics, quantum physics, quasiparticles, solid state physics, thermodynamics
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