2 edition of Introduction to liquid state physics. found in the catalog.
Introduction to liquid state physics.
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A Text Book Of Physics. This note covers the following topics: temperature, Expansion of solids with rise of temperature, expansion of liquids, expansion of gases, circulation and convection in liquids and gases, quantity of heat-specific heat, conductivity, the kinetic theory of matter, change of state: liquid-vapour, change of state solid-liquid, water in the atmosphere, general account of. Thus, the average kinetic energy of the molecules left in the liquid state is lowered which causes cooling of the liquid. i.e., cooling is caused by evaporation. Evaporation depends on upon temperature, strength of the intermolecular force, the surface area of the container and the intermolecular hydrogen bond in the liquid molecules.
Liquid State Physics: A Statistical Mechanical Introduction. avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 4 editions. Solid state physics, the study and prediction of the fundamental physical properties of materials, forms the backbone of modern materials science and has many technological applications. The unique feature of this text is the MATLAB ® -based computational approach with several numerical techniques and simulation methods included.
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This important book provides an introduction to the liquid state. A qualitative description of liquid properties is first given, followed by detailed chapters on thermodynamics, liquid structure in relation to interaction forces and transport properties such as diffusion and viscosity.4/5(1).
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An Introduction to the Liquid State focuses on the atomic motions and positions of liquids. Particularly given importance in this book are internal motion of molecules as a whole and the motion of atoms in a monatomic Edition: 1.
This important book provides an introduction to the liquid state. A qualitative description of liquid properties is first given, followed by detailed chapters on thermodynamics, liquid structure in relation to interaction forces and transport properties such as diffusion and viscosity.
Liquid State Physics. A Statistical Introduction. Cambridge Monographs on Physics. ISBN: LIQUID-STATE PHYSICS NEMD technique, one applies an external disturbance to a collection of, say, molecules in a box.
The disturbance might be a shear gradient. One then observes the induced momentum flux in the fluid as a consequence of the shear; the proportionality between the flux and shear gradient defines the shear viscosity.
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The compilation below is far from being complete and curious readers should take it as a starting point only. The “gold standard” reference on liquid crystals: P. de Gennes and J. Prost “The Physics of Liquid. Introduction to Liquid State Physics The need for an ideal liquid-state book remains.
Unfortunately, both these books were written by theorists. What is needed is a book written by a theorist and experimentalist together. And one that has better pictures, but without becoming one of those fluid dynamics engineering texts.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Croxton, Clive A. (Clive Anthony). Introduction to liquid state physics.
London, New York, Wiley . Introduction to Solid-State Theory is a textbook for graduate students of physics and materials science. It also provides the theoretical background needed by physicists doing research in pure solid-state physics and its applications to electrical engineering.
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This work provides an introduction to the liquid state. It covers a qualitative description of liquid properties followed by detailed chapters on thermodynamics, treatment of complex fluids, non-Newtonian and turbulent flows; surface properties and quantal fluids.
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It presents the modern, molecular theory of the structural, thermodynamic interfacial and dynamical properties of the liquid phase of materials constituted of atoms, small molecules or ions.