Statistical Physics

  title={Statistical Physics},
  author={Dirk ter Haar},
Statistical Physics. By F. Mandl. Pp. xiii + 379. (Wiley: London and New York, July 1971.) £2.75. Statistical Physics. By A. Isihara. Pp. xv + 439. (Academic: New York and London, June 1971.) $18.50; £8.65. 
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