Temperature (Science for Everyone) by Ya. A. Smorodinsky
English | 1988 | ISBN: 5030002294 | 270 pages | PDF | 30,8 MB
This book starts with a historical background on the notion of temperature and the development of the temperature scale. Then Ya. A. Smorodinsky covers _ the fundamentals of thermodynamics and statistical physics, only using concepts that will be familiar to high-school students.
Having built a solid foundation, he exposes the reader to a number of phenomena that are essentially quantum-mechanical, but for which the concept of temperature "works", and works very well. These include the spins in crystal lattices, inverse po- w
pulation of energy levels, microwave background radiаtion, black holes, and cooling antiproton beams. Although it has been written for high-school students, the book contains a minimum amount of mathematics. ' Nevertheless, Ya.A. Smorodinsky compensates for this severe restriction by the lucid manner in which he discusses complicated effects.
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