## Fundamentals of statistical and thermal physics |

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The internal magnetic field (in the z direction) produced at the position of a

proton in the H20 molecule by the neighboring proton is

— 1) if the spin of this neighboring proton points along the applied field; it is ...

The internal magnetic field (in the z direction) produced at the position of a

**given**proton in the H20 molecule by the neighboring proton is

**given**by (n/a3)(3 cos3 8— 1) if the spin of this neighboring proton points along the applied field; it is ...

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This can also be written ^ Z = ZiZ, • • • Zm (8- 10-8) where ▻ Z, = tS (810-9) is the

partition function of a gas of TV, molecules occupying the

in the absence of all other gases. A variety of important results follow from (8- ...

This can also be written ^ Z = ZiZ, • • • Zm (8- 10-8) where ▻ Z, = tS (810-9) is the

partition function of a gas of TV, molecules occupying the

**given**volume V by itselfin the absence of all other gases. A variety of important results follow from (8- ...

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The second average of interest is the average of y for a

ensemble over some very large time interval 20 (where 0— > »). We shall denote

this time average by [y] and define it for the kth system of the ensemble by lvw(t) ...

The second average of interest is the average of y for a

**given**system of theensemble over some very large time interval 20 (where 0— > »). We shall denote

this time average by [y] and define it for the kth system of the ensemble by lvw(t) ...

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### Contents

Introduction to statistical methods | 1 |

GENERAL DISCUSSION OF THE RANDOM WALK | 24 |

Statistical description of systems of particles | 47 |

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