## Fundamentals of statistical and thermal physics |

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Here it will suffice to make the obvious comment that, at a given temperature, I is

inversely proportional to the number of

temperature and atmospheric pressure, I « 10~6 cm in a typical gas.) If D « I, the

hole ...

Here it will suffice to make the obvious comment that, at a given temperature, I is

inversely proportional to the number of

**molecules**per unit volume. (At roomtemperature and atmospheric pressure, I « 10~6 cm in a typical gas.) If D « I, the

hole ...

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Silver (Ag) atoms are produced by evaporation in an oven and emerge through a

narrow slit to form a

in it, revolves rapidly about its axis and is located in front of the beam.

Silver (Ag) atoms are produced by evaporation in an oven and emerge through a

narrow slit to form a

**molecular**beam. A rotating hollow cylindrical drum, with a slitin it, revolves rapidly about its axis and is located in front of the beam.

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1 4 " 3 Derivation of the Boltzmann equation We are now in a position to make

use of our knowledge of

Dcf in the Boltzmann equation (13 -6 - 1), In order to calculate Dcf, the rate of ...

1 4 " 3 Derivation of the Boltzmann equation We are now in a position to make

use of our knowledge of

**molecular**collisions to derive an explicit expression forDcf in the Boltzmann equation (13 -6 - 1), In order to calculate Dcf, the rate of ...

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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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