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Introduction and Brief Overview
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This lesson is for introduction and brief overview of the course.The structure I will be following for my course is discussed here.Also,what to expect from the course,The outcome etc. have been discussed.

Sayantan Bhattacharya
"Educating India For a Better Tomorrow" ||Ph.D student,U mass Lowell,Massachusetts,USA|| M.Sc,University Of Hyderabad,2018|| B.Sc,B.H.U,2016

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thank you so much sir
Are u provided some lecture for csir net.I want the detail solu of previous papers on this topic.
Thanks... :)
  1. Introduction and Brief Overview By Sayantan Bhattacharya

  2. About me M.Sc student at University of Hyderabad. B.Sc student at Banaras Hindu University. (B.H.U) Major in Physics Research Interest: High Energy Physics, Theoretical Particle Physics, Computational Astrophysics . . Unacademy link: sayantan34

  3. About Course This course will be covering topics in the syllabi of statistical mechanics for GATE(physics). Important topic for GATE; you can expect 5-7 questions on these parts. . The course will be mainly based on problem solving aproach.No derivation. Briefly describe and explain the theory and important formulas. After that, previous year problems will be discussed.

  4. Brief Outline Of Course Thermodynamics Laws of Thermodynamics Thermodynamics Processes Gas Equations Maxwell's relations. Carnot's cycle & Engine. Eto.

  5. Brief Outline.... . Introduction to statistical mechanics Micro and Macro state Phase Space Ensembles Partition function and different Thermodynamic terms.(free energy, entropy etc.)

  6. Brief Outline.... . Calculation of Thermodynamic Quantities . Classical and Quantum Statistical Mechanics. Maxwell-Boltzman Statistics . Fermi-Dirac statistics. Bose-Einstein Statistics . Phase Transition

  7. Outcome * Help remember the formulas and important points. Competitive exam approach of a completely theoretical physics topic. Problem solving methods. Previous year questions will be discussed topic wise. Help you to, assimilate with GATE pattern.

  8. Thank You