It is hoped that this book will be of service not only to mathematicians but also to chemists, physicists and electrical engineers who have a working knowledge of undergraduate mathematics and statistical mechanics, and that it will provide them with an intelligible account of the theory of rotational Brownian motion and of its applications nt only to dielectric relaxation phenomena but also to certain nuclear magnetic relaxation processes. It is also hoped that the book may serve readers, who have no special interest in its central theme, as a source of introductory information and reference for incidental topics such as the representation of linear operators, rotations in three-dimensional space, random variables, random processes, correlation functions, spectral densities, stochastic differential equations, solution of nonlinear differential equations, solution of nonlinear differential equations, diffusion processes. Experimentalists engaged on dialectric dispersion and absorption research may wish to consider suggestions made at the end of the book for further experiments.
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