Statistical mechanics is a branch of statistical physics that deals with the description of physical phenomena in terms of the stochastic behaviour of large numbers of components, such as atoms or molecules, especially regarding the distribution of energy among them. Statistical mechanics provides exact methods to connect thermodynamic quantities (such as pressure) to microscopic behaviour.
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