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By Boris M. Smirnov

Written for graduate or complex scholars in addition to for pros in physics and chemistry, this ebook contains the basic techniques of statistical physics and actual kinetics. those thoughts relate to quite a lot of actual items, comparable to beverages and solids, gases and plasmas, clusters and structures of complicated molecules. The ebook analyzes a variety of constructions of many-particle structures, akin to crystal constructions, lamellar constructions, fractal aggregates and fractal buildings, whereas evaluating varied equipment of description for sure platforms and phenomena.
constructed from a lecture path on statistical physics and kinetic thought of varied atomic platforms, the textual content presents a greatest variety of strategies within the easiest method, according to easy difficulties and utilizing quite a few tools.

Content:
Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–3):
Chapter 2 uncomplicated Distributions in structures of debris (pages 5–25):
Chapter three Bose–Einstein Distribution (pages 27–55):
Chapter four Fermi–Dirac Distribution (pages 57–73):
Chapter five Equilibria among States of Discrete and non-stop Spectra (pages 75–87):
Chapter 6 Thermodynamic Values and Thermodynamic Equilibria (pages 89–106):
Chapter 7 Equilibrium country of Atomic structures (pages 107–126):
Chapter eight Thermodynamics of mixture States and section Transitions (pages 127–148):
Chapter nine combinations and recommendations (pages 149–167):
Chapter 10 part Transition in Condensed structures of Atoms (pages 169–186):
Chapter eleven Collision procedures regarding Atomic debris (pages 187–207):
Chapter 12 Kinetic Equation and Collision Integrals (pages 209–228):
Chapter thirteen Non?equilibrium items and Phenomena (pages 229–248):
Chapter 14 common ideas of shipping Phenomena (pages 249–269):
Chapter 15 shipping of Electrons in Gases (pages 271–281):
Chapter sixteen delivery of Electrons in Condensed structures (pages 283–299):
Chapter 17 shipping of Ions and Clusters (pages 301–314):
Chapter 18 Peculiarities of Cluster buildings (pages 315–340):
Chapter 19 buildings of Bonded huge Molecules (pages 341–356):
Chapter 20 Fractal platforms (pages 357–373):
Chapter 21 personality of Nucleation in Gases and Plasma (pages 375–390):
Chapter 22 strategies of Cluster progress (pages 391–405):
Chapter 23 Cluster progress in increasing Gases and Plasmas (pages 407–423):
Chapter 24 Conclusions (page 425):

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18) is equal C = exp(µ/T ). 33) as the probability that one particle from the ensemble of particles occupies this state. Because Bose–Einstein statistics permits any number of particles to be found in this state, the probability that two particles occupy this state is wi2 . 34) −1 Note that we refer the index i to a group of states which number is gi . 18). 13) which allows one to distribute particles over groups in an independent way. Now let us determine the number of ways p(ni ) of distributing ni particles over gi states inside this group of states.

The typical frequency of all the oscillations of this cluster is of the order of ωo . 8 Debye Model One can consider the normal vibrations of a condensed system of atoms to be individual quasiparticles – phonons. A phonon is an elementary excitation of a system of bound atoms. If the number of such excitations is not large, so that the mutual influence of individual excitations is not essential, one can consider a phonon to be a harmonic vibration with the participation of many atoms. Considering the motion of many atoms as the sum of individual harmonic vibrations, we have a simple form for the description of the excitation of atomic motion in a system of bound atoms.

Let us consider the close packed structures whose atoms are bonded with a short-range interaction. Such structures are formed by hard balls of identical size which are located in a box with hard walls. 1. The basis vectors for the simplest lattice; a is the lattice constant. Here f cc refers to the face-centered cubic lattice, bcc refers to the body-centered cubic lattice, and hex relates to the hexagonal lattice. 1. Crystal lattices of close packed structures. Circles correspond to positions of atoms-balls of a given layer.

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