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STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMICS
Authors: Koutselos, Andreas
Reviewer: Diakonos, Fotios
Subject: NATURAL SCIENCES AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES > CHEMISTRY > PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
NATURAL SCIENCES AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES > PHYSICS > GENERAL PHYSICS > STATISTICAL PHYSICS AND THERMODYNAMICS
NATURAL SCIENCES AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES > CHEMISTRY > PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY > THERMODYNAMICS
NATURAL SCIENCES AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES > CHEMISTRY > PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY > ENTROPY
NATURAL SCIENCES AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES > CHEMISTRY > PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY > ENTHALPY
NATURAL SCIENCES AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES > CHEMISTRY > PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY > EQUATION OF STATE
NATURAL SCIENCES AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES > CHEMISTRY > PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY > KINETIC THEORY
Keywords:
Statistical Thermodynamics
Statistical Mechanics
Fluctuations
Statistical Ensembles
Quantum Statistics
Imperfect Gases
Kinetic Theory Of Gases
Kinetic Processes
Description:
Abstract:
The theory of statistical thermodynamics reproduces the macroscopic properties of matter based on the microscopic molecular interactions. This depends on the statistical laws which produce the complex behavior of the macroscopic systems from the simpler interaction potentials. The theory predicts the state laws, the mean molecular structure and the dynamics of matter. Conversely, the macroscopic data can be reduced to microscopic information such as the intermolecular potentials. The latter can be used for the calculation of other equilibrium and kinetic properties of matter. The theory is applied to molecular systems in equilibrium, such as the ideal and real gases, liquids, crystals, electron and phonon gases, quantum systems, etc
Similarly, the development of computer programming permits the simulation of thermodynamic systems with the calculation of the particle positions in time and their analysis based on statistical mechanics. This new approach for the calculation of macroscopic properties through molecular dynamics simulation and the stochastic Monte Carlo method is useful for the prediction of properties and the determination of microscopic interactions from experimental data.
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Table of Contents:
1. Introduction
2. Thermodynamics
3 Basic Probability Theory
4. Mechanics
5. Kinetic Theory of Gases
6. Statistical Ensembles
7. Canonical Ensemble
8. Grand Canonical Ensemble
9. Generalized Ensembles
10 Polyatomic Molecules
11. Interacting Systems
12. Molecular Simulation
Linguistic Editors: Klada, Nektaria
Technical Editors: Zinas, Nikolaos
Type: Undergraduate textbook
Creation Date: 2015
Item Details:
ISBN 978-960-603-396-4
License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/gr
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/11419/5053
Bibliographic Reference: Koutselos, A. (2015). STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMICS [Undergraduate textbook]. Kallipos, Open Academic Editions. http://hdl.handle.net/11419/5053
Language: Greek
Consists of: 1. STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMICS: Introduction
2. Thermodynamics
3. Mechanics
4. Basic Probability Theory
5. Kinetic Theory of Gases
6. Statistical Ensembles
7. Canonical Ensemble
8. Grand Canonical Ensemble
9. Generalized Ensembles
10. Polyatomic Molecules
11. Interacting Interactions
12. Molecular Simulation
Version: 1st ed.
Publication Origin: Kallipos, Open Academic Editions