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Statistical mechanics of lattice systems

D. A. Lavis

Statistical mechanics of lattice systems

by D. A. Lavis

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Published by Springer in Berlin, London .
Written in English


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StatementDavid A. Lavis, George M. Bell. Vol.2, Exact, series and renormalization group methods.
SeriesTexts and monographs in physics
ContributionsBell, G. M. 1925-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18193201M

Statistical Mechanics of Lattice Systems: Volume 1: Closed-Form and Exact Solutions (Theoretical and Mathematical Physics) David A. Lavis, George M. Bell This two-volume work provides a comprehensive study of the statistical mechanics of lattice models. This book and its companion volume (Lavis and Bell , referred to in the text simply as Volume 1) are princi pally concerned with phase transitions in lattice systems. Due mainly to the insights gained from scaling theory and renormalization group methods, this subject has developed very rapidly over the .

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Statistical mechanics of lattice systems. Authors; Authors and affiliations; G. Gallavotti; S. Miracle-Sole; Article. Downloads; 53 Citations; Abstract. We study the thermodynamic limit for a classical system of particles on a lattice and prove the existence of infinite volume correlation functions for a “large” set of potentials and. Statistical mechanics is a branch of physics that applies probabilistic methods to describe the macroscopic behavior of systems with large numbers of particles using microscopic information about the particles. Equilibrium statistical mechanics focuses on macroscopic systems whose dynamics has reached a steady state.


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