I saw Book recommendations
No reference to Statistical Mechanics there.
I learned thermodynamics and the basics of statistical mechanics but I'd like to
sit through a good advanced book/books.
Mainly I just want it to be thorough and to include all the math.
And of course it's always good to give as much intuition about the material.
Some things I'd be happy if it includes (but again it mostly just needs to be a good clear book even if it doesn't contain these) are:
As much justifications for the postulates if possible, I'm very interested in reading more about how Liouville's theorem connects to the postulates
Have examples of calculating partition functions, hopefully not just the partition function for the ideal gas.