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Academic Year School/Graduate School Lecture Code 2023Year School of Science HC075000 Specialized Education 統計力学演習 トウケイリキガクエンシュウ Exercises in Statistical Mechanics SAWADA MASAHIRO,YAGI RYUUTA,TANAKA ARATA サワダ　マサヒロ,ヤギ　リュウタ,タナカ　アラタ Higashi-Hiroshima 3rd-Year,  Second Semester,  Second Semester (2nd) Thur1-4：SCI B301,SCI E208,SCI E209 Seminar See Japanese syllabus. This seminar is given in Japanese. 2.0 J : Japanese 3 : Undergraduate High-Intermediate 25 : Science and Technology 06 : Physics Physical Science, Third year Statistical mechanics, Thermodynamics, Statistical ensemble, Classical statistics, Quantum statistics, Quantum mechanics Physics（Abilities and Skills）・Ability to formulate and solve physical problems. Attain a deep understanding of Statistical Mechanics I and II through a seminar style of solving related problems. Students are sorted into three groups. lesson1    Guidance, Thermodynamics,  Microstates and Macrostateslesson2   Microcanonical ensemblelesson3   Canonical ensemblelesson4   Grandcanonical ensemblelesson5   Quantum mechanics,  free particle,  density of states,  many-particle systemlesson6   Quantum statistics,  Fermi-Dirac/ Bose-Einstain distribution functionlesson7   Ideal Fermi gas (Pauli's exclusion principle,  Fermi degeneracy,  Heat capacity)lesson8   Ideal Fermi gas (Pauli's magnetic susceptibility)lesson9  Midterm exam  (Schedule could be changed; To be announced)lesson10  Bose-Einstein condensationlesson11  Blackbody Radiationlesson12  Lattice vibration,  Einstein model and Debye modellesson13  Statistics of spin systemlesson14  Phase transition,  Mean field theory, Molecular field theory, Bragg-Williams theorylesson15 Prepare for term-end examMidterm and term-end exams Same as used in the lecture Statistical Mechanics I and II.See Japanese syllabus. See Japanese syllabus. This seminar is given in Japanese. See Japanese syllabus. Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching.
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