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An Introduction to Thermal Physics by Schroeder~1.5 Compression Work (1 of 2) (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~Although we can't calculate the force on each particle as it moves, nor can we calculate the force on the center of mass of a ...Introduction (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~This is the introduction to my series on "An Introduction to Thermal Physics" by Schroeder. Consider this as my open notebook ...2.3 Interacting Systems (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~When we have two systems that interact with each other, we can count the macrostates for each and the macrostates for the ...1.4 Heat and Work (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~When we talk about energy flowing between systems, we think of heat and work. Heat is energy that flows due to the temperature ...1.2 The Ideal Gas (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~In this video, I introduce the Ideal Gas law, along with a simple model that allows us to relate the average kinetic energy of ...1.1 Thermal Equilibrium (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~Before we can talk about thermodynamics, we need a good definition of temperature. Let's talk about how we can measure ...2.6 Entropy (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~Having experience with calculating multiplicities, let's get to the definition of Entropy. We'll calculate entropy for ...1.5 Compression Work (2 of 2) (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~Assuming an ideal gas, we can calculate what would happen under two types of compression: isothermal (temperature and ...2.1 Two-State Systems (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~In order to begin the long journey towards understanding entropy, and really, temperature, let's look at probabilities of coin ...1.6 Heat Capacities -- Problem 1.55 (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~Problem 1.55 covers a strange situation where heat added to a system does not have the expected result.

1:06 - (a ...Permutations and Combinations (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~This is a sort of side discussion on Permutations and Combinations, or as I like to put it, how to count in probability theory ...3.1 Temperature (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~With a solid understanding of entropy, we can now define temperature mathematically. Back in section 1.1, we said that ...2.5 The Ideal Gas (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~Now that we are used to large numbers, let's try to calculate the multiplicity of an ideal gas. In order to do so, we'll need ...1.6 Heat Capacities (1/2) (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~We often want to compare the heat flowing into a system with its change in temperature. There are two types of heat capacities ...1.7 Rates of Processes: Diffusion (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~When we consider the motion of particles from one region to another, we are considering diffusion. Diffusion is the process ...1.7 Rates of Processes: Heat Conduction (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~In thermodynamics, we typically only concern ourselves with the equilibrium state. However, using a bit of kinetic theory, we ...1.7 Rates of Processes: Viscosity (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~What if we were to consider momentum instead of energy? This gives us the property of viscosity. The homework problem is to ...1.6 Heat Capacities (2/2) (Thermal Physics) (Schroeder)~When the system is undergoing a phase transformation, the temperature will remain constant and so the heat capacity is ...