PHYSICS 301  Fall 2019

Thermodyamics and Statistical Physics

Professor Michael Gold

Lecture: M W F 12:00-12:50 PandA 184

Recitation: F 1300-1350 PandA 184

TA:  Max Loong Chen <maxchen@unm.edu>
Office hours: TBD

Office rm 1111 277-2086   Lab  rm 131 277-3604
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TEXTS
REQUIRED:
Introduction to Thermal Physics, Daniel V. Schroeder

suggested #1
Thermal Physics: Ralph Baierlein

suggested #2
Statistical Physics,  F. Reif (v.5 of Berkeley Physics Course) 



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