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Solved Problems in Quantum and Statistical Mechanics

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Pages: 399
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This textbook is the result of many years of teaching quantum and statistical mechanics, drawing on exercises and exam papers used on courses taught by the authors. The subjects of the exercises have been carefully selected...

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This textbook is the result of many years of teaching quantum and statistical mechanics, drawing on exercises and exam papers used on courses taught by the authors. The subjects of the exercises have been carefully selected to cover all the material which is most needed by students. 

Each exercise is carefully solved in full details, explaining the theory behind the solution with particular care for those issues that students often find difficult, or which are often neglected in other books on the subject. The exercises in this book never require extensive calculations  but tend to be somewhat unusual  and force the solver  to think about the problem starting from first principles, rather than by analogy with some previously solved exercise.

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Carefully written solutions, provide best way to master the subject faster

Theory issues are explained before providing the solution to the exercise

Great number of exercises on different subject cover effectively the subject

Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
Problems on Quantum Mechanics
Problems on Statistical Mechanics.

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Michele Cini is full professor of solid state theory at the Department of Physics, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy. 


Francesco Fucito is INFN Research Director at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy. 

Mauro Sbragaglia is Associate Professor in Theoretical Physics, Mathematical Models and Methods in the Department of Physics at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy. 

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Michele Cini is full professor of solid state theory at the Department of Physics, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy. 


Francesco Fucito is INFN Research Director at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy. 

Mauro Sbragaglia is Associate Professor in Theoretical Physics, Mathematical Models and Methods in the Department of Physics at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy. 

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