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PHY 3513 Thermal Physics
Fall 2000

A banana hammer This is a first course in thermal physics. It covers most of the major topics in classical equilibrium thermodynamics, including thermodynamic variables, the postulates of equilibrium thermodynamics, the fundamental equation and equations of state, heat capacities and generalized susceptibilities, thermodynamic cycles, thermodynamic potentials, Maxwell relations, stability, and phase transitions.

PHY 3513 is primarily taken by students who have completed the Physics-with-Calculus sequence (PHY 2048-49).

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