Daniel Schroeder, Professor of Physics, Weber State University
Daniel V. Schroeder is Professor of Physics at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, USA. He earned his PhD in Physics at Stanford University, then taught briefly at Pomona College and Grinnell College before coming to Weber State in 1993. He is the coauthor, with Michael E. Peskin, of An Introduction to Quantum Field Theory. From 2012 through 2016 he served as Associate Editor of the American Journal of Physics.
Preface Part I: Fundamentals 1. Energy in Thermal Physics 2. The Second Law 3. Interactions and Implications Part II: Thermodynamics 4. Engines and Refrigerators 5. Free Energy and Chemical Thermodynamics Part III: Statistical Mechanics 6. Boltzmann Statistics 7. Quantum Statistics 8. Systems of Interacting Particles Appendix A: Elements of Quantum Mechanics Appendix B: Mathematical Results Suggested Reading Reference Data Index
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