STATISTICAL MECHANICS

MECHANICS:
STATISTICAL:

See also
Thermodynamics
and
History of Statistical Mechanics

- General:MIT Open Courseware:
- 5.60 Undergraduate Thermodynamics & Kinetics by Keith A. Nelson, Moungi Bawendi, et al. [2008 Spring]
- 5.62 Undergraduate Physical Chemistry II by Troy Van Voorhis [2008 Spring] Statistical mechanics, reaction rates, etc.

- General -- Textbooks:
*Rau 98/05;*- Dynamic Textbook of Physical Chemistry by W. R. Salzman [2001] University of Arizona.
- Fundamental Physics by Badis Ydri [2016/03] 286 pp., in Arabic. "This book includes my lectures, together with their problem sets and solutions, on 1) classical mechanics (one semester), 2) thermodynamics and statistical mechanics (one semester), and 3) quantum mechanics (one semester), which I have been giving to graduate students of theoretical physics at Annaba University since 2010."

- General:
*Ivanov's Physics Encyclopedia @ Net Advance of Physics; Gorban and Karlin 2003/06;*- A First Exposure to Statistical Mechanics for Life Scientists by Hernan G. Garcia et al. [2007/08]
- Lecture Notes in Statistical Mechanics and Mesoscopics by Doron Cohen [2011/07] Ben-Gurion University class notes, 119 pp.
- Stochastic thermodynamics, fluctuation theorems, and molecular machines by Udo Seifert [2012/05]
- Statistical Physics: a Short Course for Electrical Engineering Students by Neri Merhav [2013/07] 146 pp.
- Playing with Marbles: Structural and Thermodynamic Properties of Hard-Sphere Systems by Andrés Santos [2013/10]
- An Exploration of the Limits of the Maxwell-Boltzmann Distribution by Yi-CHi Yvette Wu and L. H. Ford [2014/10]

- General -- Foundations:
- A Field Guide to Recent Work on the Foundations of Statistical Mechanics by Roman Frigg [2008/04]
- The large deviation approach to statistical mechanics by Hugo Touchette [200/04]

- General -- History:
*Flamm 98/03;* - General: NUMERICAL & COMPUTATIONAL:
- Four lectures on computational statistical physics by Werner Krauth [Les Houches 2008]
- Statistical mechanics of classical and quantum computational complexity by Christopher R. Laumann et al. [Les Houches 2009/05]

- Type:
*NON-EQUILIBRIUM;* - Type: LONG-RANGE:
- Notes on the Statistical Mechanics of Systems with Long-Range Interactions by David Mukamel [Les Houches 2008/08]

- Type: NON-EXTENSIVE:
*Tsallis 2002/05; Tsallis et al. 2002/09; Tsallis 2003/05; Tsallis 2003/09;* - Type: NON-EXTENSIVE: Re: HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS:
*Tsallis and Borges 2003/01;* - Type: NON-EXTENSIVE: Re: NUCLEAR PHYSICS:
*Tsallis and Borges 2003/01;* - Type: NON-LINEAR:
*Gorban and Karlin 2003/06;* - Type: QUANTUM: Re: OPERATOR ALGEBRAS:
*Ruelle 2001/07;* - Aspects:
*FLUCTUATIONS; FOKKER-PLANCK EQUATION; KINETICS; RANDOM WALK PROBLEM;* - Aspects: MOMENT EVOLUTION:
- Moment Closure -- A Brief Review by Christian Kuehn [2015/05]

- Re:
*TRAFFIC FLOW;* - Re: BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS:
- Effective Interactions in Soft Materials by Alan R. Denton [2007/11]

- Re: COLLOIDS:
- Effective Interactions in Soft Materials by Alan R. Denton [2007/11]

- Re: COMPLEX NETWORKS:
*Albert and Barabasi 2001/06;* - Re: EVOLUTION:
*Peliti 97/12;*- Statistical Genetics and Evolution of Quantitative Traits by Richard A. Neher and Boris I. Shraiman [2011/08]
- Statistical Physics of Biological Evolution by Joachim Krug [2012/04]

- Re:
FIELD THEORY:
- Field Theory, Critical Phenomena and Interfaces by Gernot Münster et al. [1996/10]

- Re: GRAVITATING SYSTEMS:
*Padmanabhan 2002/06;* - Re: INFORMATION THEORY:
- Information Theory and Statistical Physics - Lecture Notes by Neri Merhav [2010/06] 176pp.

- Re: POLYMERS:
- Effective Interactions in Soft Materials by Alan R. Denton [2007/11]

- Re: PROBABILITY THEORY:
*Rau 98/05;* - Re: QUANTUM CHAOS:
*Izrailev 99/11;* - Re: QUANTUM DOTS:
*Alhassid 2001/02;* - Re: RANDOM GEOMETRY:
*Georgii et al. 99/05;* - Re: RENORMALISATION:
- Renormalization Group: Applications in Statistical Physics by Uwe C. Tauber [2011/12]

- Re: SOFT MATERIALS:
- Effective Interactions in Soft Materials by Alan R. Denton [2007/11]
- Stochastic thermodynamics, fluctuation theorems, and molecular machines by Udo Seifert [2012/05]

- Re: TURBULENCE:
*Verma 2005/10;*