Statistical Mechanics

Statistical mechanics involves kinetic molecular theory: the theory that matter consists of molecules (or atoms) in motion. It relates the classical thermodynamic quanties of pressure, volume, and temperature to averages of large numbers of particles. Quantum statistical mechanics uses quantum theory. Relativistic statistical mechanics uses the special theory of relativity. Classical statistical mechanics uses classical mechanics.

   

Quantum Statistical Mechanics

Relativistic Statistical Mechanics

Classical Statistical Mechanics

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Created 13 Mar 2017 Last updated 16 Sep 2017