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## David Tong: Lectures on Statistical Physics

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- 1. Fundamentals of Statistical Mechanics: PDF Introduction; Microcanonical Ensemble; Entropy and the Second Law; Temperature; Two-State Spin System; First Law of Thermodynamics; Canonical Ensemble; Energy Fluctuations; Chemical Potential; Grand Canonical Ensemble.
- 2. Classical Gases: PDF Classical Partition Functions; Ideal Gas; Equipartition; Maxwell Distribution; Diatomic Gas; Interactions; van der Waals Equation of State; Cluster Expansion; Debye-Huckel model.
- 3. Quantum Gases: PDF Density of States; Blackbody Radiation; Debye Model of Vibrations in a Solid; Diatomic Gas Revisted, Bose-Einstein Distribution and Bose-Einstein Condensation; Fermi-Dirac Distribution and Fermi Gas; White Dwarfs; Pauli Paramagnetism; Landau Diamagnetism.
- 4. Classical Thermodynamics: PDF Temperature and the Zeroth Law; The First Law; The Second Law; Carnot Cycles; Entropy; Adiabatic Surfaces; Maxwell Relations; The Third Law.
- 5. Phase Transitions: PDF van der Waals equation Revisited; Phase Equilibrium; Maxwell Construction; Clausius-Clapyron Equation; Critical Point; Ising Model; Mean Field Theory; Critical Exponents; Ising Chain; Low Temperature Expansion and Peierls Droplets; High Temperature Expansion; Kramers-Wannier Duality; Landau Theory; Lee-Yang Zeros; Landau-Ginzburg Theory; Fluctuations and Correlations.

## Problem Sheets

- Problem Sheet 1: Postscript PDF Ensembles
- Problem Sheet 2: Postscript PDF Classical and Quantum Gases
- Problem Sheet 3: Postscript PDF Bosons and Fermions
- Problem Sheet 4: Postscript PDF Thermodynamics and Phase Transitions

## Statistical Physics on the Web

- Statistical Mechanics of Particles: Mehran Kardar's lectures from MIT.
- Statistical Mechanics of Fields: The second installment of Mehran Kardar's lectures.
- Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics Lecture Notes by Daniel Arovas (links directly to pdf file)
- Statistical Physics A three semester course from Caltech by Michael Cross

## Other Resources

- E.T. Jaynes on the Gibb's Paradox .
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Book Subtitle : An Advanced Approach with Applications

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