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<section begin=description />Statistical Mechanics can be defined as the description of physical phenomena in terms of a statistical treatment of the behaviour of large numbers of atoms or molecules, especially as regards the distribution of energy among them.<section end=description />
 
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Statistical Mechanics Statistical Mechanics can be defined as the description of physical phenomena in terms of a statistical treatment of the behaviour of large numbers of atoms or molecules, especially as regards the distribution of energy among them.

R. J. Baxter, Exactly Solved Models in Statistical Mechanics, Dover Publications, first edition (2008)
H. B. Callen, Thermodynamics and an Introduction to Thermostatistics, Wiley, second edition (1985)
N. Goldenfeld, Lectures on phase transitions and critical phenomena, Westview Press, first edition (1992)
L. D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz, Statistical Physics, Butterworth-Heinemann, third edition (1980)
L. Peliti, Statistical mechanics in a nutshell, Princeton University Press, first edition (2011)
M. Plischke and B.ergersen, Equilibrium statistical physocs, World Scientific Publishing, third edition (2006)
J. M. Yeomans, Statistical Mechanics of Phase Transitions, Clarendon Press, first edition (1992)