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I'm really enjoying the book so far. The quality of the content is 4 to 5 stars. However, I feel really ripped off as to the price and length. This book is 200 something pages. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Nate
This is a great book for my graduate level Stat. Mech. It starts off simple and basic and builds. It's well written and the problems at the end of the chapters make you think... Read morePublished on June 5, 2013 by T. Steinke
Kardar is a very smart guy, but a terrible textbook writer. The problems are missing so much context that they're very hard to do as a first year undergrad without help. Read morePublished on March 16, 2013 by Ben
This book often explains things in the most confusing way possible. It rarely does examples after it introduces a new concept. Read morePublished on February 29, 2012 by Smitty "mudflap" Whiskers
This books gives an amazing insight into the statistical mechanics. Though at some places not all the calculations are done explicitely, it reproduces the most important things one... Read morePublished on April 20, 2011 by Vladyslav
Kardar's book is, as a couple reviewers have stated, in the style of Landau and Lifshitz.
The logic and overall structure of Kardar's book is clear, comprehensive, and... Read more