Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics
Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics PHYS 4153
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gt gt gt III gt Physics 4153 Statistical Physics amp Thermodynamics Course Goals and Topic Outline Version 57 August 16 2004 Course Goals To understand the most important physical quantities that characterize the bulk properties of macroscopic matter and the relationships between these quantities To understand the laws of thermodynamics and how they regulate macroscopic physical processes with special attention to energy volume and particle exchange between systems and to transformations of energy To develop tools for characterizing bulk matter at the macroscopic level To understand the relationship between the microscopic view macroscopic view thermodynamics of matter 151 1 and the Course Outline Fundamental Concepts and Tools of Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics A Basic concepts and tools for isolated systems 1 Review of basic thermodynamics heat work and the First Law Chap 2 2 Introduction to key concepts and tools of statistical mechanics Chap 3 3 Entropy the Second Law temperature and the concept of equilibrium Chap 4 B Extensions of basic tools and concepts H The thermodynamics and statistical mechanics of a constant temperature system Chap 5 Extension of statistical mechanics to systems with continuous energy states Chap 6 Extension of thermodynamics and statistical mechanics to systems in which the number of particles is not conserved Chap 7 E0 03 II Applications A Classical and quantum gases 1 Introduction to the three most common types of gases Chap 8 2 Ideal classical gases 91797 development of 84 3 Bose gases in which particles are not conserved the photon gas Chap 10 development of 83 4 Bose gases in which particles are conserved Bose Einstein condensation Chap 11 development of 83 5 Fermi gas Chap 12 development of 84 B Amazing transformations of matter phase transitions Chap 14
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