26 episodi

Statistical Mechanics II: Statistical Physics of Fields MIT

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    Lecture 1: Collective Behavior, from Particles to Fields Part 1

    Lecture 1: Collective Behavior, from Particles to Fields Part 1

    In this lecture, Prof. Kardar introduces the principles of collective behavior from particles to fields, including Phonons and Elasticity.

    • 1h 16 min
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    Lecture 2: Lec 1 (continued); The Landau-Ginzburg Approach Part 1

    Lecture 2: Lec 1 (continued); The Landau-Ginzburg Approach Part 1

    In this lecture, Prof. Kardar continues his discussion of the principles of collective behavior from particles to fields, and introduces the Landau-Ginzburg Approach.

    • 1h 24 min
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    Lecture 3: The Landau-Ginzburg Approach Part 2

    Lecture 3: The Landau-Ginzburg Approach Part 2

    In this lecture, Prof. Kardar continues his discussion of The Landau-Ginzburg Approach, including Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking and Goldstone Modes.

    • 1h 25 min
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    Lecture 4: The Landau-Ginzburg Approach Part 3

    Lecture 4: The Landau-Ginzburg Approach Part 3

    In this lecture, Prof. Kardar continues his discussion of The Landau-Ginzburg Approach, including Scattering and Fluctuations, Correlation Functions and Susceptibilities, Comparison to Experiments.

    • 1h 18 min
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    Lecture 5: The Landau-Ginzburg Approach Part 4

    Lecture 5: The Landau-Ginzburg Approach Part 4

    In this lecture, Prof. Kardar continues his discussion of The Landau-Ginzburg Approach, including Gaussian Integrals, Fluctuation Corrections to the Saddle Point, The Ginzburg Criterion.

    • 1h 18 min
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    Lecture 6: The Scaling Hypothesis Part 1

    Lecture 6: The Scaling Hypothesis Part 1

    In this lecture, Prof. Kardar introduces the Scaling Hypothesis, including the Homogeneity Assumption, Divergence of the Correlation Length, Critical Correlation Functions and Self-similarity.

    • 1h 21 min

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