One of Gibbs’s ideas that has gone unnoticed (comment on chapter IX of his classic book)

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We show that contrary to the commonly accepted view, Chapter IX of Gibbs’s book [1] contains the prolegomena to a macroscopic statistical theory that is qualitatively different from his own microscopic statistical mechanics. The formulas obtained by Gibbs were the first results in the history of physics related to the theory of fluctuations in any macroparameters, including temperature.

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PACS: 01.65.+g, 05.20.−y, 05.40.−a (all)
DOI: 10.1070/PU2006v049n05ABEH005906
Citation: Sukhanov A D, Rudoi Yu G "One of Gibbs's ideas that has gone unnoticed (comment on chapter IX of his classic book)" Phys. Usp. 49 531–535 (2006)
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%T One of Gibbs's ideas that has gone unnoticed (comment on chapter IX of his classic book)
%A A. D. Sukhanov
%A Yu. G. Rudoi
%I Physics-Uspekhi
%D 2006
%J Phys. Usp.
%V 49
%N 5
%P 531-535

Оригинал: Суханов А Д, Рудой Ю Г «Об одной незамеченной идее Гиббса (комментарии к главе IX его классической книги)» УФН 176 551–555 (2006); DOI: 10.3367/UFNr.0176.200605g.0551

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