## 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 I’m starting a new course (condensed matter) soon, I’ll end up having to focus on that, and have now posted a final version of my notes as is.

Since the last update the following additions were made

September 05, 2013 Large volume fermi gas density

May 30, 2013 Bernoulli polynomials and numbers and Euler-MacLauren summation

May 09, 2013 Bose gas specific heat above condensation temperature

May 09, 2013 A dumb expansion of the Fermi-Dirac grand partition function

April 30, 2013 Ultra relativistic spin zero condensation temperature

April 30, 2013 Summary of statistical mechanics relations and helpful formulas

April 24, 2013 Low temperature Fermi gas chemical potential

This entry was posted on September 5, 2013 at 9:20 am and is filed under Math and Physics Learning.. Tagged: average, Bernoulli number, Bernoulli polynomial, binomial distribution, Bose condensate, Bose gas, Bosons, canonical ensemble, Central limit theorem, cheat sheet, chemical potential, classical limit, density of states, ergodic, Euler-MacLauren summation, Fermi energy, Fermi gas, Fermi-Dirac, Fermions, fugacity, Generating function, grand canonical ensemble, grand canonical partition function, ground state, Hamilton's equations, Handy mathematics, ideal gas, large volume, Liouville's theorem, low temperature, Maxwell distribution, Microstates, number density, PHY452H1S, Quantum free particle in a box, Radius of gyration of a 3D polymer, random walk, specific heat, spin, statistical mechanics, statistics, Statistics mechanics, surface with binding sites, thermodynamics, ultra relativistic gas, Velocity, zeta function. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

## Leave a Reply