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### Classical Electromagnetism: Second Edition

Part I deals with the principles of quantum statistical mechanics and includes discussions of energy levels, states and eigenfunctions, degeneracy and other topics. Table of contents 1. Fundamentals of Physics II: The book is divided into four major sections.

An Introduction to Statistical Thermodynamics.

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