Final version of my phy452.pdf notes posted
Posted by peeterjoot on September 5, 2013
I’d intended to rework the exam problems over the summer and make that the last update to my stat mech notes. However, I ended up studying world events and some other non-mainstream ideas intensively over the summer, and never got around to that final update.
Since the last update the following additions were made
September 05, 2013 Large volume fermi gas density
April 30, 2013 Ultra relativistic spin zero condensation temperature
April 24, 2013 Low temperature Fermi gas chemical potential
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