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Lecture 1 | Modern Physics: Statistical Mechanics

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Uploaded on Sep 3, 2009

March 30, 2009 - Leonard Susskind discusses the study of statistical analysis as calculating the probability of things subject to the constraints of a conserved quantity. Susskind introduces energy, entropy, temperature, and phase states as they relate directly to statistical mechanics.

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