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    Statistical Mechanics 1st Edition (English, Paperback, Donald A. McQuarrie)

    Statistical Mechanics 1st Edition  (English, Paperback, Donald A. McQuarrie)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: University Science Books
    • ISBN: 9788130918938, 8130918935
    • Edition: 1st, 2011
    • Pages: 640
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    Now available from University Science Books at a much lower price, this classic textbook has never been rivaled. It is ideal for a senior or first-year graduate level courses. Statistical Mechanics is the extended version of McQuarrie"s 1984 text -- Statistical Thermodynamics -- now out of print. Although our printing of this book carries a 2000 copyright date, this is not a new edition. It is the original first edition, without any changes to the text (except preface). Despite its age, it is still a renowned and accessible introduction to the subject, containing a large number of chapter-ending problems for students.

    About the Author
    As the author of landmark chemistry books and textbooks, Donald McQuarrie's name is synonymous with excellence in chemical education. From his classic text on Statistical Mechanics to his recent quantum-first tour de force on Physical Chemistry, McQuarrie"s best selling textbooks are highly acclaimed by the chemistry community. McQuarrie received his PhD from the University of Oregon, and is Professor Emeritus from the Department of Chemistry at the University of California, Davis. He makes his home at The Sea Ranch in California with his wife Carole, where he continues to write.

    Table of Contents
    Chapter 1. Introduction and Review
    Chapter 2. The Canonical Ensemble
    Chapter 3. Other Ensembles and Fluctuations
    Chapter 4. Boltzmann Statistics, Fermi-Dirac Statistics, and Bose-Einstein Statistics
    Chapter 5. Ideal Monatomic Gas
    Chapter 6. Ideal Diatomic Gas
    Chapter 7. Classical Statistical Mechanics
    Chapter 8. Ideal Polyatomic Gas
    Chapter 9. Chemical Equilibrium
    Chapter 10. Quantum Statistics
    Chapter 11. Crysta
    Chapter 12. Imperfect Gases
    Chapter 13. Distribution Functions in Classical Monatomic Liquids
    Chapter 14. Perturbation Theories of Liquids
    Chapter 15. Solutions of Strong Electrolytes
    Chapter 16. Kinetic Theory of Gases and Molecular Collisions
    Chapter 17. Continuum Mechanics
    Chapter 18. Kinetic Theory of Gases and the Boltzmann Equation
    Chapter 19. Transport Processes in Dilute Gases
    Chapter 20. Theory of Brownian Motion
    Chapter 21. The Time-Correlation Function Formalism, I
    Chapter 22. The Time-Correlation Function Formalism, II
    Appendix A. Values of Some Physical Constants and Energy Conversion Factors
    Appendix B. Fourier Integrals and the Dirac Delta Function
    Appendix C. Debye Heat Capacity Function
    Appendix D. Hard-Sphere Radial Distribution Function
    Appendix E. Tables for the m-6-8 Potential
    Appendix F. Derivation of the Golden Rule of Perturbation Theory
    Appendix G. The Dirac BRA and KET Notation
    Appendix H. The Heisenberg Time-Dependent Representation
    Appendix I. The Poynting Flux Vector
    Appendix J. The Radiation Emitted by an Oscillating Dipole
    Appendix K. Dielectric Constant and Absorption
    Index
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      • 2011
    • Table of Contents
      • Statistical Mechanics is a comprehensive book for students who are specializing in Technology and Engineering. It is an ideal text for undergraduate Physics students. The book examines macroscopic systems from a molecular point of view and calculates macroscopic properties from individual molecules in the system.

        About Donald A. McQuarrie

        Donald A. McQuarrie was a Professor of Chemistry. He obtained all of his degrees in Chemistry. He got a PhD degree from the University of Oregon. Donald started off as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the Michigan State University. His honors include an NSF Fellowship, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a guest Research Fellowship of the Royal Society and service on boards like the Editorial Board for the Journal of Physical Chemistry, and the Graduate Record Examination Committee.

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      • Donald A. McQuarrie
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      • M.Tech
    • Specialization
      • Chemical Engineering
    • Subject
      • Molecular Simulations: Principles and Applications
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