Fall 2023 Physics 112 Course Information
Instructors: Michael P. Zaletel, Daniel Mckinsey
Course ID: 23667, 22608
Meeting Times: MWF 1-1:59pm, MWF 9-9:59am
Course Description: Basic concepts of statistical mechanics, microscopic basis of thermodynamics and applications to macroscopic systems, condensed states, phase transformations, quantum distributions, elementary kinetic theory of transport processes, fluctuation phenomena. Some knowledge of Python required for homework assignments. Students who have not taken Physics 77 or Data Science 8 are encouraged to complete the Python tutorials provided by the Physics Department.
Fall 2023 Services Offered
Services are offered in partnership with the Astronomy and Physics departments. Fall 2023 offerings will begin in the third week of instruction. Please visit the link below to view service hours and room locations.
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