KARDAR MEHRAN.STATISTICAL PHYSICS OF PARTICLES PDF

MEHRAN KARDAR is Professor of Physics at MIT, where he has taught and Statistical Physics of Particles includes a concise introduction to the mathematics . Statistical Mechanics is a probabilistic approach to equilibrium properties of large Kardar’s textbook Statistical Physics of Particles. (Image by Mehran Kardar). This is the second term in a two-semester course on statistical mechanics. Kardar’s textbook Statistical Physics of Fields. (Image by Mehran Kardar) course in the sequence is Statistical Mechanics I: Statistical Mechanics of Particles.

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Statistical Physics of Particles by Mehran Kardar

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Statistical Mechanics by R. Ideally, for a first course, I prefer a systematic approach, leaving the intuitive stuff only when it’s justified. Furthermore, it’s able to to cover a very large amount of material in very few pages by being as direct as possible Statistical Physics of Fields is the welcome result of an innovative and popular graduate course Kardar has been teaching at MIT for almost pgysics years. Unlike Landau’s excellent statistical physics book, very little assumed knowledge is required to follow this textbook; obviously, skill in elementary algebra, calculus, differential equations, and a bit of Hamiltonian mechanics and a few very basic results of quantum mechanics are prerequisites.

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Professor Kardar has his lectures online on the MIT OpenCourseWare site and it seems like the book was solely made as lecture notes to accompany his lectures.