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Summary: This course provides an introduction to thermal physics and the subject of thermodynamics. Topics to be covered include: the laws of thermodynamics and their applications, thermodynamic potentials, the kinetic theory of gases, and some principles of statistical thermodynamics. The course builds upon content matter from the following pre-requisite courses: PHYS 2610H: Introductory Quantum Physics; MATH 2110H: Calculus II: Calculus of several variables.
The syllabus from the last time I taught this course can be found here, with the schedule of class readings here.
The formula sheet can be found here (also in .docx format for adapting if desired)