Statistical Physics 1

Textbook Title: Statistical Physics 1

Textbook Description:
This free online textbook covers Thermodynamic systems and the zeroth law, Transformations and the first law, Heat engines and the second law, Entropy and the third law, Thermodynamic potentials, Thermodynamics of magnetic systems.

Author: Eric Poisson
Subjects: Mathematics, Physics
Key words: Mathematics, Physics, Statistical
Download URL: http://www.physics.uoguelph.ca/poisson/research/

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