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**Course of Theoretical Physics**

**Classical Mechanics**

A purpose of the course is to acquaint students with the mechanical picture of the Universe, to expound a theory of motion of mechanical systems on the basis of variability principles.

A student must know the stages of development of mechanical pictures of structure of Universe, to know principles of variability of mechanics and equation of motion of the mechanical systems, he must be able to apply the methods of classic mechanics, to formulate and solve equations of motion of the mechanical systems.

Newton equations of motion

Lagrange equations of motion

Integration of equations of motion

Collision and scattering of particles

Small vibrations

Nonlinear vibrations

Canonical equations of mechanics

Motion of solid

Motion in the noninertial systems of counting out

**Electrodynamics**

A purpose of the course is to form the students` knowledge of the fields, about the properties of matter, to develop a theory of the electromagnetic field in a vacuum and in the condensed matter from the unique point of view.

A student must know the methods of theory of the field and electrodynamics of the continuous matter, must be able to decide equation of Maxwell, to calculate electromagnetic properties of the condensed matter systems.

Special theory of relativity and relativistic mechanics

A charge in the electromagnetic field

Equation of the electromagnetic field

The constant electromagnetic field in a vacuum

Electromagnetic waves

Fields of moving charges

Radiation of electromagnetic waves

Equation of the electromagnetic field in a continuous condensed matter

The constant electric field in the matter

The constant magnetic field in the matter

Quasistanding electromagnetic field

Propagation of electromagnetic waves in a continuous condensed matter

**Quantum mechanics**

A purpose of the course is to form the quantum knowledge of students about properties of microparticles, to expound the substantive provisions of quantum mechanics and principles of its utilization to describe the microsystem.

A student must know the methods of irrelative quantum theory, must be able to decide equalization of Shredinger, know the methods of quantum theory, easily use them at the calculations of descriptions of microsystems.

Bases of quantum mechanics

Equation of Shredinger

Mathematical foundation of quantum mechanics

Motion in the centrally symmetric field

Quasiclassic approximation

Matrix form of quantum mechanics

Theory of perturbation

Spin and identity of microparticles

Electronic structure of atoms

Motion in the homogeneous magnetic field

Theory of resilient scattering

Method of the second quantization

Interaction of light with matter

Relativistic quantum mechanics

**Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics**

The aim of the course is to form statistical approach of students to study of macroscopic systems’ features, to give the course as a united theory which joins statistical physics with thermodynamics, classic statistics with quantum one.

Student should know the methods of statistical physics and thermodynamics, how to use basic points of the course to solve decision of statistical physics and thermodynamics, to analyze characteristics of macroscopic systems.

Basic principles of statistics

Thermodynamic quantities

Gibbs distribution

Ideal macroscopic systems

Ideal Fermi and Bose gases

Fluctuations

Phase transitions

Solutions

Surfaces

**PHYSICS KINETICS**

The aim of the course is to form ideas of students about nonequilibrium states of macroscopic systems and processes in such systems.

Students should know principles and methods of physical kinetics, stages of its development and know how to calculate kinetic coefficients of nonequilibrium systems.

Nonequilibrium thermodynamics

Boltzmann kinetic equation

Kinetic equation of metals and semiconductors

Matrix of density

Galvanomagnetic and thermomagnetic phenomena in metals

Bogolubov method

Method of Green functions in quantum kinetic

Theory of linear reaction

Kubo theory

High-frequency features of metals and magnetics

Kinetic of phase transitions

Theory of strongly nonequilibrium processes