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What is the proper time used in relativistic non equilibrium statistical physics?
In the literature one often finds covariant relativistic generalizations of classical non equilibrium statistical equations (Boltzmann, Vlasov, Landau, fokker-planck, etc...) but I wonder what is the ...
Jul 18 '12 at 10:07
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