351 Thermal Physics Spring 2018
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to Thermal Physics
by Daniel V. Schroeder
ISBN 13: 978-0201-38027-9
Publish Date: 1999-08-28
Binding: Hardcover , 422
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2017] Lecture10 is posted on Syllabus page.
2017] Lecture9 and HW4 solution are posted on Syllabus page. HW5 is online.
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2017] HW3 solution is posted on Syllabus page.
2017] Lecture7 is posted on Syllabus page. HW4 is online.
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2017] HW1 is due on Jan. 23. There is a typo in the homework pdf, problem 1.16 should be 1.19.
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2017] First lecture is posted on Syllabus page.
2017] First class will be on Tuesday, Jan. 16 according to Rutgers Academica Calendar.
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