Media:
English
Navigation:
English
Sign In
Queue
Favorites
Cloud TV
FreeAir.tv Channels
My Library
A-la-carte Subscriptions
History
My Account
My Devices
Earn Cash
Help
International TV
Films
Packages
Video
Audio
Radio
Kids
Audio
Audio Books
Science
Thermal and Statistical Physics
Most Popular
Most Popular
Most Recent
Most Viewed
Oldest
Release Order
Archaeology
Astronomy
Biology
Environment
Mathematics
Physics
Scientists
CLOTS - Clots in Legs Or sTockings after Stroke
The Clots trial now in itâ€™s third stage CLOTS Trial 3 is a randomised trial to establish the effectiveness of intermittent pneumatic compression to prevent post stroke deep vein thrombosis (DVT) the International Journal of Stroke spoke to chief investigator Martin Dennis.
Martin Dennis and CLOTS
Backcountry Utah is Utahâ€™s premiere outdoor radio program, which airs drivetime weekdays on six stations across Utahâ€“ From Moab to the Idaho Border.
Stations currently includeâ€“
97.1 FM KCYN in Moab
750 AM KOAL in Price
1340 AM KTMP in Heber
1490 AM KCPX in Spanish Valley
630 AM KTKK in Salt Lake City, Ogden and Provo
Segments cover a wide range of outdoor recreational opportunities including Hunting, Off Highway Vehicles, Fishing, Camping, Hiking, Off-Highway Vehicles, Boating, Family Recreation, Skiing, First Aid, Preparedness, Safety, Snowmobiling, Photography, Wildlife Viewing, Adventure Travel, etc.
Stop by our website at http://www.backcountry-utah.com or http://www.backcountrynetwork.com for news and activities.
Join our Facebook Fansite at http://www.backcountryutah.net
Backcountry Radio Network
The LEaP podcast is a series of interviews with leading scholars in the fields of law, economy and philosophy. It is brought to you by the Centre for the Study of European Contract Law (CSECL) at the University of Amsterdam. Research by the CSECL is multidisciplinary; it involves a wide range of subjects in the fields of law, economics and philosophy. The LEaP series aim is to make current academic discourse readily available to a wide audience.
Music by: C.J.W. Baaij
LEaP
Weekly science radio program hosted by Dr. Charles Lee and Dr. Frank Ling. Each show features interviews with scientists and technical innovators, humorous commentary on recent discoveries, plus the Grokotron 5000 and the World Famous Question of the Week! Tune in every week and rediscover the world as you think you know it.
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
Kevin Eva, Editor in Chief of Medical Education, talks to Kalman Winston (Assistant Professor of Academic Success, Ross University, Dominica) about remediation, one of the next frontiers for Medical Education and the medical education research community. Kal Winston is co-author of the paper â€˜At-risk medical students: implications of studentsâ€™ voice for the theory and practice of remediationâ€™ (Volume 44, Issue 10, Medical Education) which discusses how to identify and help students who are in difficulty during their health professional training.
To view the article, please use the following link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-2923.2010.03759.x/abstract
At-risk medical students: implications of studentsâ€™ voice for the theory and practice of remediation
This talkcast has been moved to Nowlive.com/SOPR-Radio, archives will still be available up until the November 18th show.
This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
Southern Ohio Paranormal Radio
Educational technology podcast on robotics-related electronics, microcontrollers, mechanics, and software with news, resources, and learning lessons for the entry-level robotics hobbyist.
RoboTech Show
TED is a small nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading -- through TED.com, our annual conferences, the annual TED Prize and local TEDx events.
TED
TED: Ideas worth spreading
Lecture 1: Accessible States
Thermal and Statistical Physics
About
Discover in
Share
Playing on
Thermal and Statistical Physics Purdue University Phys 416
Feedback
Most Popular
Newer Episodes
Older Episodes
Most Popular
Most Recent
Most Viewed
Education \ Science
Science & Medicine \ Natural Sciences
Audio \ Higher Education
Audio \ Science
Audio Books \ Education & Professional
Audio Books \ Science
Kids & Family \ Education
Education \ Higher Education
RSS feed
Direct link
Playing on all devices
It's a new year, with new lectures. Today is an introduction to Thermal and Statistical Physics. We do a lightning-fast review of quantum mechanics, aided by the excellent program Atom in a Box available at www.daugerresearch.com. We also discuss the fundamental assumption of statistical mechanics. Although statistical mechanics is based on probabilities about processes on very small (atomic) scales, we can still make firm predictions about large-scale behavior. This works for the same reason that casinos make money: the statistics of large numbers becomes deterministic. Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: Accessible States
Prof. Carlson is teaching a new course this semester, entitled Solid State Physics.Here is a taste of the new course, which has a separate podcast in iTunes. Search podcasts for Carlson to find the new one, which hopefully will appear in the directory structure of iTunes soon.Lecture 1 of Solid State Physics: The Failure of ReductionismReductionism is the idea that by breaking things into their smallest constituents, we will learn all about them. For example, we might want to learn about solids by breaking them into atoms, then learn about the atoms by breaking them into the constituent electrons and nuclei, and so on. But reductionism is merely a philosophy handed down to us by the Greeks -- is it really correct? New ideas in the field point toward the inadequacy of reductionism, and lead to "emergence" as a better paradigm for gaining knowledge in condensed matter/solid state physics. Emergence is the idea that when many particles get together, new phenomena appear which are not encoded in the microscopic laws, and in fact are independent of the microscopic laws. For example, all solids are hard, regardless of what atoms are in them. Likewise, if we changed the microscopic laws, by changing, say, the shape of the Coulomb potential, we'd still get solids that are hard. That means hardness, and many properties like it, is not caused by the underlying microscopic laws, but rather is caused by deeper physics. It turns out in fact that it's related to symmetry. Also, find out the difference between correct and useful. Solid State Physics Lecture Blog
New Course: Solid State Physics
Lightning fast review of quantum mechanics. Stationary quantum states, accessible states, fundamental assumptions of statistical mechanics. How to get from the microscopic quantum level to the macroscopic behavior you observe.We visualized atomic orbitals using Atom in a Box by Dean Dauger.Lecture 1 Audio --->Lecture Audio --->Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: What is Statistical Mechanics and Why Does It Work?
Lightning fast review of quantum mechanics. Stationary quantum states, accessible states, fundamental assumptions of statistical mechanics. How to get from the microscopic quantum level to the macroscopic behavior you observe.We visualized atomic orbitals using
Atom in a Box by Dean Dauger.Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: What is Statistical Mechanics and Why Does It Work?
Lightning fast review of quantum mechanics. Stationary quantum states, accessible states, fundamental assumptions of statistical mechanics. How to get from the microscopic quantum level to the macroscopic behavior you observe.We visualized atomic orbitals using
Atom in a Box by Dean Dauger.Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: What is Statistical Mechanics and Why Does It Work?
Lightning fast review of quantum mechanics. Stationary quantum states, accessible states, fundamental assumptions of statistical mechanics. How to get from the microscopic quantum level to the macroscopic behavior you observe.We visualized atomic orbitals using Atom in a Box by Dean Dauger.Lecture 1 Audio --->Lecture Audio --->Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: What is Statistical Mechanics and Why Does It Work?
Lightning fast review of quantum mechanics. Stationary quantum states, accessible states, fundamental assumptions of statistical mechanics. How to get from the microscopic quantum level to the macroscopic behavior you observe.We visualized atomic orbitals using Atom in a Box by Dean Dauger.Lecture 1 Audio --->Lecture Audio --->Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: What is Statistical Mechanics and Why Does It Work?
Lightning fast review of quantum mechanics. Stationary quantum states, accessible states, fundamental assumptions of statistical mechanics. How to get from the microscopic quantum level to the macroscopic behavior you observe.We visualized atomic orbitals using Atom in a Box by Dean Dauger.Lecture 1 Audio --->Lecture Audio --->Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: What is Statistical Mechanics and Why Does It Work?
Lightning fast review of quantum mechanics. Stationary quantum states, accessible states, fundamental assumptions of statistical mechanics. How to get from the microscopic quantum level to the macroscopic behavior you observe.We visualized atomic orbitals using Atom in a Box by Dean Dauger.Lecture 1 Audio --->Lecture Audio --->Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: What is Statistical Mechanics and Why Does It Work?
Lightning fast review of quantum mechanics. Stationary quantum states, accessible states, fundamental assumptions of statistical mechanics. How to get from the microscopic quantum level to the macroscopic behavior you observe.We visualized atomic orbitals using Atom in a Box by Dean Dauger.Lecture 1 Audio --->Lecture Audio --->Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: What is Statistical Mechanics and Why Does It Work?
Lightning fast review of quantum mechanics. Stationary quantum states, accessible states, fundamental assumptions of statistical mechanics. How to get from the microscopic quantum level to the macroscopic behavior you observe.We visualized atomic orbitals using Atom in a Box by Dean Dauger.Lecture 1 Audio --->Lecture Audio --->Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: What is Statistical Mechanics and Why Does It Work?
Lightning fast review of quantum mechanics. Stationary quantum states, accessible states, fundamental assumptions of statistical mechanics. How to get from the microscopic quantum level to the macroscopic behavior you observe.We visualized atomic orbitals using Atom in a Box by Dean Dauger.Lecture 1 Audio --->Lecture Audio --->Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: What is Statistical Mechanics and Why Does It Work?
Lightning fast review of quantum mechanics. Stationary quantum states, accessible states, fundamental assumptions of statistical mechanics. How to get from the microscopic quantum level to the macroscopic behavior you observe.We visualized atomic orbitals using Atom in a Box by Dean Dauger.Lecture 1 Audio --->Lecture Audio --->Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: What is Statistical Mechanics and Why Does It Work?
Lightning fast review of quantum mechanics. Stationary quantum states, accessible states, fundamental assumptions of statistical mechanics. How to get from the microscopic quantum level to the macroscopic behavior you observe.We visualized atomic orbitals using Atom in a Box by Dean Dauger.Lecture 1 Audio --->Lecture Audio --->Lecture Audio
Lecture 1: What is Statistical Mechanics and Why Does It Work?
We had an exam Wednesday covering chapters 1-7. In the mean time, the podcasting story (which partly featured our class) was in the Chicago Tribune today.
Midterm Exam
We're having a midterm exam Wednesday, and today is a review of everything in chapters 1-7 in the text, Kittel and Kroemer's Thermal Physics. Topics include: Fundamental assumption of statistical mechanics, Laws of Thermodynamics, Probabilities and the Partition Function, Entropy and Temperature, Heat Capacity and Energy, Thermodynamic Identity, Helmholtz free energy, Free energy and the partition function, Maxwell Relations, Planck Distribution Function and blackbody radiation, Chemical potential, Grand partition function, Density of States, Fermions and Bosons, Ideal Gas, Ideal Gas Processes, and a few equations to memorize for the exam. Lecture Audio
Midterm Review
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
Next
Total 2305
Show More
Viaway Ads
please wait...