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## 8.333 Statistical Mechanics I: Statistical Mechanics of Particles

8.333 Statistical Mechanics I: Statistical Mechanics of Particles (Fall 2013, MIT OCW). Instructor: Professor Mehran Kardar. Statistical Mechanics is a probabilistic approach to equilibrium properties of large numbers of degrees of freedom. In this two-semester course, basic principles are examined. Topics include: Thermodynamics, probability theory, kinetic theory, classical statistical mechanics, interacting systems, quantum statistical mechanics, and identical particles. (from ocw.mit.edu)

 Thermodynamics

 Lecture 01 - Thermodynamics, Part 1 Lecture 02 - Thermodynamics, Part 2 Lecture 03 - Thermodynamics, Part 3 Lecture 04 - Thermodynamics, Part 4 Lecture 05 - Probability, Part 1 Lecture 06 - Probability, Part 2 Lecture 07 - Kinetic Theory of Gases, Part 1 Lecture 08 - Kinetic Theory of Gases, Part 2 Lecture 09 - Kinetic Theory of Gases, Part 3 Lecture 10 - Kinetic Theory of Gases, Part 4 Lecture 11 - Kinetic Theory of Gases, Part 5 Lecture 12 - Classical Statistical Mechanics, Part 1 Lecture 13 - Classical Statistical Mechanics, Part 2 Lecture 14 - Classical Statistical Mechanics, Part 3 Lecture 15 - Interacting Particles, Part 1 Lecture 16 - Interacting Particles, Part 2 Lecture 17 - Interacting Particles, Part 3 Lecture 18 - Interacting Particles, Part 4 Lecture 19 - Interacting Particles, Part 5 Lecture 20 - Quantum Statistical Mechanics, Part 1 Lecture 21 - Quantum Statistical Mechanics, Part 2 Lecture 22 - Ideal Quantum Gases, Part 1 Lecture 23 - Ideal Quantum Gases, Part 2 Lecture 24 - Ideal Quantum Gases, Part 3 Lecture 25 - Ideal Quantum Gases, Part 4 Lecture 26 - Ideal Quantum Gases, Part 5

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