Lecture 1 Play Video 
Energy, Entropy, Temperature, and Phase States
March 30, 2009  Leonard Susskind discusses the study of statistical analysis as calculating the probability of things subject to the constraints of a conserved quantity. Susskind introduces energy, entropy, temperature, and phase states as they relate directly to statistical mechanics.

Lecture 2 Play Video 
Overview of Elementary Mathematics
April 6, 2009  Leonard Susskind overviews elementary mathematics to define a method for understanding statistical mechanics.

Lecture 3 Play Video 
Theory of Fluctuations
April 13, 2009  Leonard Susskind reviews the Lagrange multiplier, explains Boltzmann distribution and HelmHoltz free energy before oulining into the theory of fluctuations.

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Pressure & HelmHoltz Free Energy
April 20, 2009  Leonard Susskind explains how to calculate and define pressure, explores the formulas some of applications of HelmHoltz free energy, and discusses the importance of the partition function.

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Black Hole Thermodynamics
April 27, 2009  Leonard Susskind discusses the basic physics of the diatomic molecule and why you don't have to worry about its structure at low temperature. Susskind later explores a black hole thermodynamics.

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Second Law of Thermodynamics
May 4, 2009  Leonard Susskind explains the second law of thermodynamics, illustrates chaos, and discusses how the volume of phase space grows.

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Harmonic Oscillators & Quantum States
May 11, 2009  Leonard Susskind lectures on harmonic oscillators, quantum states, boxes of radiation and all associated computations such as wavelengths, volume, energy and temperature.

Lecture 8 Play Video 
Multidimensional Lattice Systems
May 19, 2009  Leonard Susskind lectures on a new class of systems, magnetic systems. He goes on to talk about mean field approximations of molecules in multidimensional lattice systems.

Lecture 9 Play Video 
Chemical Potential
May 25, 2009  Leonard Susskind picks up on magnets, phase transitions, and mean field transitions. He goes on to explain chemical potential.

Lecture 10 Play Video 
Inflation, Adiabatic Transformation and Thermal Dynamic Systems
June 1, 2009  Leonard Susskind presents the final lecture of Statistical Mechanics 10. In this lecture, he cover such topics as inflation, adiabatic transformation and thermal dynamic systems.
