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12-4 Thermal conductivity 478 12-5 Self-diffusion 483 12-6 Electrical

Conductivity 488 Transport theory using the relaxation time approximation 494

13 • 1 Transport processes and distribution functions 494 13-2 Boltzmann

12-4 Thermal conductivity 478 12-5 Self-diffusion 483 12-6 Electrical

Conductivity 488 Transport theory using the relaxation time approximation 494

13 • 1 Transport processes and distribution functions 494 13-2 Boltzmann

**equation**in the ...Page 153

Hence one obtains the fundamental thermodynamic relation ^ T dS = dE + pdV

Most of this chapter will be based on this one

simplest to make this fundamental relation the starting point for discussing any

problem.

Hence one obtains the fundamental thermodynamic relation ^ T dS = dE + pdV

Most of this chapter will be based on this one

**equation**. Indeed, it is usuallysimplest to make this fundamental relation the starting point for discussing any

problem.

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Planck

(v,8\v0), it is only necessary to solve the Fokker-Planck

**Equation**(15- II □ 17) is identical with (15- 11-7) so that one regains the Fokker-Planck

**equation**(151111). 1512 Solution of the Fokker-Planck**equation**To find P(v,8\v0), it is only necessary to solve the Fokker-Planck

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Introduction to statistical methods | 1 |

GENERAL DISCUSSION OF THE RANDOM WALK | 24 |

Statistical description of systems of particles | 47 |

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