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Kinetics & Thermodynamics of Fast Particles in Solids 14 November 2013 Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Fast Particles in SolidsEnglish | ISBN: 1466580097 | 2013 | 296 pages | PDF | 6 Mb Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Fast Particles in Solids examines the kinetics and non-equilibrium statistical thermodynamics of fast charged particles moving in crystals in different modes. It follows a line of research very different from traditional ways of constructing a theory of radiation effects, which gives a purely mechanistic interpretation of particle motion. In contrast, this book takes into account the thermodynamic forces due to separation of the thermodynamic parameters of the subsystem of particles ("hot" atoms) on the parameters of the thermostat (electrons and lattice), in addition to covering the various mechanisms of collisions. Thermodynamics and Kinetics for the Biological Sciences 14 November 2010 Thermodynamics and Kinetics for the Biological SciencesWiley 2000 | 192 | ISBN: 0471374911 | PDF | 2 Mb DJVUGain a working knowledge of thermodynamics and kinetics with a minimum of mathematics-a guide for individuals in the biological sciences... Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Fast Particles in Solids 15 November 2013 Yurii Kashlev, "Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Fast Particles in Solids" English | ISBN: 1466580097 | 2013 | 296 pages | PDF | 6 MB Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics 6 June 2011 Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics544 pages | Aug 31 2010 |ISBN:0486647412 | PDF | 5.5 Mb Classic monograph treats the irreversible processes and phenomena of thermodynamics: non-equilibrium thermodynamics. Covers statistical foundations and applications of the field with special chapters on fluctuation theory, theory of stochastic processes, kinetic theory of gases, derivation of the Onsager reciprocal relations, more. 4 black-and-white illustrations. The Theory of Magnetism II: Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics by Daniel C. Mattis 25 June 2015 The Theory of Magnetism II: Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences) (Volume 55) by Daniel C. MattisEnglish | 1985 | ISBN: 3642824072 | 188 Pages | PDF | 3 MB What is thermodynamics? What does statistical physics teach us? In the pages of this slim book, we confront the answers. The reader will discover that where thermodynami cs provi des a 1 arge scal e, macroscopi c theory of the ef fects of temperature on physical systems... An Introduction to Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics 4 June 2015 Keith Stowe, "An Introduction to Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics" English | 2007 | ISBN: 0521865573 | PDF | pages: 570 | 73,9 mb This introductory textbook for standard undergraduate courses in thermodynamics has been completely rewritten to explore a greater number of topics, more clearly and concisely. Starting with an overview of important quantum behaviours, the book teaches students how to calculate probabilities in order to provide a firm foundation for later chapters. It introduces the ideas of classical thermodynamics and explores them both in general and as they are applied to specific processes and interactions. The remainder of the book deals with statistical mechanics. Each topic ends with a boxed summary of ideas and results, and every chapter contains numerous homework problems, covering a broad range of difficulties. Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics and its Statistical Foundations 27 May 2011 Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics and its Statistical Foundations 1981 | 458 | ISBN: 0198513615 | DJVU | 3 Mb This book indeed is characterized by an unusual and very rare selection of topics. It is fairly mathematically rigorous, and not intendeed for a beginner. A reasonable mastery of graduate level theoretical physics is required, and I personally believe that the mathematical rigor in this book is absolutely necessary, and is by all means not a downside. This book is a 'must-have' for anyone interested in quantum transport.... Extended Irreversible Thermodynamics 23 June 2011 Extended Irreversible Thermodynamics483 pages | Aug 31 2010 |ISBN:9048130735 | PDF | 5.5 Mb This is the 4th edition of the highly acclaimed monograph on Extended Irreversible Thermodynamics, a theory that goes beyond the classical theory of irreversible processes. In contrast to the classical approach, the basic variables describing the system are complemented by non-equilibrium quantities. The claims made for extended thermodynamics are confirmed by the kinetic theory of gases and statistical mechanics. The book covers a wide spectrum of applications, and also contains a thorough discussion of the foundations and the scope of the current theories on non-equilibrium thermodynamics. Thermodynamics, Gibbs Method and Statistical Physics of Electron Gases 7 August 2010 Thermodynamics, Gibbs Method and Statistical Physics of Electron GasesPublisher: Springer | 2010 | PDF | 374 pages | ISBN: 3642031706 | 5.2Mb This book deals with theoretical thermodynamics and the statistical physics of electron and particle gases. While treating the laws of thermodynamics from both classical and quantum theoretical viewpoints, it posits that the basis of the statistical theory of macroscopic properties of a system is the microcanonical distribution of isolated systems, from which all canonical distributions stem. To calculate the free energy, the Gibbs method is applied to ideal and non-ideal gases, and also to a crystalline solid. Considerable attention is paid to the Fermi-Dirac and Bose-Einstein quantum statistics and its application to different quantum gases, and electron gas in both metals and semiconductors is considered in a nonequilibrium state. A separate chapter treats the statistical theory of thermodynamic properties of an electron gas in a quantizing magnetic field. Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics 17 March 2011 Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics 1956 | 401 | ISBN: 0126546827 | DJVU | 3 Mb Thermodynamics is a perfect example of a science which is developed from axioms. In contrast to classical mechanics, thermodynamics has withstood the quantum revolution without having its foundations shaken. In the course of the century of its existence it sprouted only several vigorous offshoots: Nernst's Third Law, Section 12, the theory of dilute solutions, Section 15, the application of the Second Law to electricity and magnetism, Sections 18 and .19. We consider that the thermodynamics of irreversible processes, Section 21, constitutes a promising extension of the classical thermodynamics of equilibria; it is based on Onsager's reciprocal relations and attempts to describe real processes which occur at finite velocities. Even Kirchhoff, as related by Planck in his autobiographical paper (Naturwissen- schaften 19), restricted the concept of entropy to reversible processes; the firm belief in the general validity of this concept, which Planck stated as early as his doctoral thesis, led him in 1900 to his law of radiation and to quantum theory. ... |