Statistical Mechanics by Henri J.F. JansenHenri J.F. JansenPDF  270 Pages  EnglishThis book covers
the following topics: The canonical ensemble, Variable number of particles,
Statistics of independent particles, Fermions and Bosons, Density matrix
formalism, Classical statistical mechanics, Mean Field Theory, General methods:
critical exponent.

Lecture Notes, Statistical MechanicsJorg SchmalianPDF  121 Pages  EnglishThis note describes the
following topics: Thermodynamics, Summary of probability theory,
Equilibrium statistical mechanics, Ideal gases, Interacting systems and phase
transitions, Density matrix and áuctuation dissipation theorem, Brownian motion
and stochastic dynamics, Boltzmann transport equation.

Statistical Physics IIEri PoissonPDF  113 Pages  EnglishThis note explains the following topics:
Review of thermodynamics, Statistical mechanics of isolated systems, Information
theory, Paramagnetism, Quantum statistics of ideal gases, Blackbody radiation.

Elementary Principles In Statistical MechanicsJ. Willard GibbsPDF  273 Pages  EnglishThis book
explains the following topics: General Notions, The Principle Of Conservation Of
Extensioninphase, Thermodynamic Analogies, Application Of the Principle Of
Conservation Of Extensioninphase To The Theory Of Errors, Average Values in A
Canonical Ensemble Of Systems, Extensioninconfiguration and
Extensioninvelocity.

Lecture Notes On Statistical MechanicsScott PrattPDF  110 Pages  EnglishThis note presume a
familiarity with basic undergraduate concepts in statistical mechanics, and with
some basic concepts from firstyear graduate quantum, such as harmonic
oscillators and raising and lowering operators. Topics covered includes:
Fundamentals of Statistical Physics, Statistical Mechanics of NonInteracting
Particles, Interacting Gases and the LiquidGas Phase Transition, Dynamics of
Liquids and Gases, Lattices and Spins, Microscopic Models for Interacting Gases,
Landau Field Theory.

Advanced Statistical MechanicsDr. Sitangshu Bikas SantraOnline  NA Pages  EnglishThe course note
on Advanced Statistical Mechanics: Phase transitions and critical phenomena is
about different phases of matter and its study using statistical mechanics. In
this course note phenomenology of phase transitions of different order will be
elaborated, statistical thermodynamics of these systems will be established,
different models will be constructed to study the phenomena, analytical and
numerical techniques will be discussed for solving these models.

Statistical Mechanics. A short treatiseGiovanni GallavottiPDF  358 Pages  EnglishThis book is written
by Giovanni Gallavotti and a clear book presents a critical and modern analysis
of the conceptual foundations of statistical mechanics as laid down in
Boltzmann's works. The author emphasises the relation between microscopic
reversibility and macroscopic irreversibility, explaining fundamental concepts
in detail.

Statistical MechanifestoEric L. MichelsenPDF  73 Pages  EnglishThis book covers the following topics:
The Fundamental Postulate of Statistical Mechanics, The Four Concepts of
Statistical Mechanics, Classical Statistical Mechanics, Helmholtz Free Energy,
The Ensembles, Microscopic Distributions and Quantum Statistics, Thermodynamics,
Etcetera.


Lectures on Statistical PhysicsDavid Tong, Cambridge UniversityOnline  NA Pages  EnglishThis is an
introductory course on Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics given to final
year undergraduates. They were last updated in May 2012. Full lecture notes come
in around 190 pages. Individual chapters and problem sets can also be found
below. This lecture note covers the following: Fundamentals of Statistical
Mechanics, Classical Gases, Quantum Gases, Classical Thermodynamics, Phase
Transitions. The lecture notes can be downloaded in both PDF and PS formats

Statistical Mechanics of ParticlesProf.
Mehran KardarOnline  NA Pages  EnglishIn this lecture note, basic principles of Statistical Mechanics
are examined. Topics covered includes: Thermodynamics, probability theory,
kinetic theory, classical statistical mechanics, interacting systems, quantum
statistical mechanics, and identical particles.

Lecture notes for Statistical Mechanics (PDF 36p)Tobias HofbaurPDF  36 Pages  EnglishThis book covers the followig topics:
Boltzmann's hypothesis, Phase Space, Ensemble and Liouville's Theorem,
Classical Counting and Quantum mechanical counting.

Statistical MechanicsProf.
R.R. HorganPDF  53 Pages  EnglishThis note covers the following topics:The Canonical Ensemble ,
Extensive and intensive variables, The example of a perfect gas,
Thermodynamics, The Grand Canonical Ensemble, The Degenerate Fermi Gas,
Reminder of Classical Mechanics and Classical Statistical Physics.

Lecture Notes in Statistical MechanicsI.
Vilfan, The Abdus Salam ICTP, Trieste and J. Stefan Institute, LjubljanaOnline  NA Pages  EnglishThis
lecture note covers classical and quantum statistical mechanics, however, some
emphasis is put on classical spin systems. It also provides an introduction to
Bose condensation and superfluidity.

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Methods of Statistical Physics 
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