4 edition of **Mathematical Results in Statistical Mechanics** found in the catalog.

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- 32 Currently reading

Published
**January 15, 1999**
by World Scientific Publishing Company
.

Written in English

- Probability & statistics,
- Quantum physics (quantum mechanics),
- Theoretical methods,
- Science/Mathematics,
- Statistical Mechanics,
- Science,
- General,
- Mathematical Physics,
- Physics

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | Salvador Miracle-Sole (Editor), Jean Ruiz (Editor), Valentin Zagrebnov (Editor) |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Hardcover |

Number of Pages | 541 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL9194965M |

ISBN 10 | 9810238630 |

ISBN 10 | 9789810238636 |

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Here is my list. This is no way exhaustive. But should be enough for a graduate level course. R K Pathria, Statistical Mechanics, Second Edition, Butterworth -Heinemann (). A popular book. Starts with a beautiful historical account of the subj. Book Description: While most introductions to statistical mechanics are either too mathematical or too physical, Colin Thompson's book combines mathematical rigor with familiar physical materials. Following introductory chapters on kinetic theory, thermodynamics, the Gibbs ensembles, and the thermodynamic limit, later chapters discuss the.

Books () Statistical Mechanics: Rigorous Results, World Scientific () Thermodynamic formalism: the mathematical structures of classical equilibrium statistical mechanics, Addison-Wesley. ISBN ; () Cambridge: University Press ISBN 2e () Cambridge: University Press ISBN The translation of this important book brings to the English-speaking mathematician and mathematical physicist a thoroughly up-to-date introduction to statistical mechanics. It offers a precise and mathematically rigorous formulation of the problems of statistical mechanics, as opposed to the non-rigorous discussion presented in most other works.

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"Statistical mechanics" is a seminal book about thermodynamic systems, written in As the subtitle suggests, the mathematical treatment of thermodynamic systems is rigorous.

While it is outdated, it can serve as a reference books. I found it useful even though I"m not in physics but by: Buy Mathematical Results in Statistical Mechanics on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Mathematical Results in Statistical Mechanics: Miracle-Sole, Salvador, Ruiz, Jean, Zagrebnov, Valentin: : Books.

The age and mathematical rigor (not to mention the fact that it is translated) all add to the difficulty of this text. However, with some effort, one can gain a great deal of insight into the mathematics behind statistical mechanics.

The book is filled with proofs and theorems and is a great resource for mathematicians.4/5. This book gives an informal overview of the mathematical formalism of statistical mechanics with mathematical rigour not emphasized.

There have been many developments in mathematical statistical mechanics since this book was published, particularly in the area of exactly solved models in statistical mechanics and vertex by: This classic book marks the beginning of an era of vigorous mathematical progress in equilibrium statistical mechanics.

Its treatment of the infinite system limit has not been superseded, and the discussion of thermodynamic functions and states remains basic for more recent work. The conceptual foundation provided by the Rigorous Results remains invaluable 5/5(1).

This text marks the beginning of an era of vigorous mathematical progress in equilibrium statistical mechanics.

It treats the infinite system limit, Mathematical Results in Statistical Mechanics book discusses thermodynamic functions and states. The conceptual foundation provided by the book should be useful for the study of developments of statistical mechanics in the second half of the.

There are apparently only a few books on rigorous results in statistical mechanics. David Ruelle's books are apparently standard, though I found them difficult to digest when I picked them up.

One which I found more accessible is "Introduction to Mathematical Statistical Physics" by. $\begingroup$ Another good (but probably too advanced) book is the "old" book by Ruelle, "Statistical Mechanics - Rigorous Results".

If you have the level in maths, and are interested in the mathematical theory of phase transitions for lattice systems, the classical reference is Georgii's "Gibbs measures and phase transitions" (although that's.

The account of thermodynamics and statistical mechanics in Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics is based on entropy and its ng from first principles, it gives a transparent explanation of the physical behaviour of equilibrium thermodynamic systems, and it presents a comprehensive, self-contained account of the modern mathematical and.

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Khinchin, Aleksandr Ya. Mathematical Foundations of Statistical Mechanics. Translated by G. Gamow () New York: Dover ISBN ; Ruelle, David (). Statistical Mechanics: Rigorous Results. The standard reference for mathematical statistical mechanics is the book [Rue69] by Ruelle.

Further developments are in [Rue78] and [Isr79]. The book [Min00] contains notes for a lecture and presents in detail the two-dimensional Ising model and the Pirogov-Sinai theory, the latter we do not study here.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thompson, Colin J. Mathematical statistical mechanics. New York, Macmillan [, ©] (OCoLC) Mathematical Foundations of Statistical Mechanics (Dover Books on Mathematics) - Kindle edition by Khinchin, A.

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It treats the infinite system limit, and discusses thermodynamic functions and states. The conceptual foundation provided by the book should be. mathematical economics is the application of mathematical methods to; research institutes.

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Jean-Pierre Hansen, Ian R. McDonald, in Theory of Simple Liquids (Third Edition), Publisher Summary. This chapter provides a summary of the principles of classical statistical mechanics, a discussion of the link between statistical mechanics and also discusses the definition of certain equilibrium and time-dependent distribution functions of.

then we are going to obtain results that are valid to incredible accuracy. In fact, in most situations, we can forget that the results are statistical at all, and treat them as exact laws of physics.

For instance, the familiar equation of state of an ideal gas, PV=νRT(see Section ), is actually a statistical result. This classic book marks the beginning of an era of vigorous mathematical progress in equilibrium statistical mechanics. Its treatment of the infinite system limit has not been superseded, and the discussion of thermodynamic functions.

This book presents a mathematically rigorous approach to the main ideas and phenomena of statistical physics. The introduction addresses the physical motivation, focussing on the basic concept of modern statistical physics, that is the notion of Gibbsian random fields.

While most introductions to statistical mechanics are either too mathematical or too physical, Colin Thompson’s book combines mathematical rigor with familiar physical materials. Following introductory chapters on kinetic theory, thermodynamics, the Gibbs ensembles, and the thermodynamic limit, later chapters discuss the classical theories of.Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Mathematical Foundations of Statistical Mechanics (Dover Books on Mathematics) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.The lectures in this book were taken from a colloquium on mathematical results in statistical mechanics.

They cover a large part of the contemporary results in statistical mechanics and discuss phase transitions, disordered systems and Gibbsian and non-Gibbsian states.