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Kinetic theory of gases

The kinetic theory explains the thermodynamic laws of gases starting by microscopic behavior of atoms. The atomistic point of view can explain processes as the Brownian motion even in more complex fluids like liquids. Since the number of atoms or molecules in a macroscopic fluid is very high, probabilistic processes and random walks are the best way to describe thermodynamic processes.

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