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Concepts and development of quantum physics
J. C. Slater
1969 by Dover .
Written in English
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As the main title suggests, this book deals with the concepts of quantum physics - their history, their evolution, and how and why things developed the way they did. Part of the title also suggests: "An Alternative Approach to the Understanding of Quantum Mechanics".Cited by: 2.
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Quantum physics is the study of the behavior of matter and energy at the molecular, atomic, nuclear, and even smaller microscopic levels. In the early 20th century, scientists discovered that the laws governing macroscopic objects do not function the same in such small realms. Quantum mechanics is the science of the very small.
It explains the behavior of matter and its interactions with energy on the scale of atomic and subatomic contrast, classical physics explains matter and energy only on a scale familiar to human experience, including the behavior of astronomical bodies such as the Moon. Classical physics is still used in much of modern science and.
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This book, which brought together an international community of invited authors, represents a rich account of foundation, scientific history of quantum mechanics, relativistic quantum mechanics and field theory, and different methods to solve the Schrodinger equation.
Quantum physics has a reputation of being weird because its predictions are dramatically unlike our everyday experience (at least, for humans-- the conceit of my book is that it doesn't seem so. The entire book has been revised to take into account new developments in quantum mechanics curricula.
The textbook retains its typical style also in the new edition: it explains the fundamental concepts in chapters which are elaborated in accompanying complements that provide more detailed discussions, examples and applications.
Modern Classical Physics: Optics, Fluids, Plasmas, Elasticity, Relativity, and Statistical Physics by Kip S. Thorne, Roger D. Blandford is for first-year & graduate-level text & reference book that covers fundamental concepts classical physics.
This book especially explores the six major areas of classical physics that all physics students. Mathematical Concepts of Quantum Mechanics.
This book covers the following topics: Mathematical derour: Operator theory, Fourier transform and the calculus of variations Dynamics, Observables, The uncertainty principle, Spectral theory, Special cases, Many particle system, The Feynman path integral, Quasi classical analysis, Resonances, Quantum field theory and Renormalization group.
Written for advanced undergraduates, physicists, and historians and philosophers of physics, this book tells the story of the development of our understanding of quantum phenomena through the extraordinary years of the first three decades of the twentieth century.
Rather than following the standard Author: Malcolm Longair. Quantum Computing Basics and Concepts Introduction This book is for researchers and students of computational intelligence as well as for engineers interested in designing quantum algorithms in the circuit representation.
The content of this book is presented as a File Size: KB. Great Books For Non-Physicists Who Want To Understand Quantum Physics. by Charles Mann and Robert Crease is a more scholarly/journalistic approach to the development of quantum physics, based.
This is a masterpiece like his other book Theoretical Concepts in Physics. Wonderful illumination. What has always stymied me is the history of the "old" quantum theory and the work that paved the way for Heisenberg's paper, for example Bohr's OK, so if you are already a genius then read Jammer and Mehra and Rechenberg/5.
The Development of Quantum Mechanics. Click here to go to the UPSCALE home page. Click here to go to the Physics Virtual Bookshelf home page. Introduction. Working essentially independently, in the mid's Heisenberg and Schrödinger both created a full form of Quantum Mechanics.
Max Jammer, born in Berlin, Germany, is Research Professor of Physics at Bar-Ilan University, where he was formerly President and books, translated into many languages, include Concepts of Space (with a foreword by Albert Einstein), The Conceptual Development of Quantum Mechanics, The Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics, and, most recently, Einstein and Religion (Princeton).
quantum mechanical. Indeed, the marriage of quantum mechanics – the physics of the very small – with general relativity – the physics of the very large – is believed by some to be the crucial step in formulating a general ‘theory of everything’ that will hopefully contain all the basic laws of nature in one package.
Quantum Mechanics: Concepts and Applications provides a clear, balanced and modern introduction to the subject. Written with the student’s background and ability in mind the book takes an innovative approach to quantum mechanics by combining the essential elements of the theory with the practical applications: it is therefore both a textbook and a problem solving book in one self-contained Author: Nouredine Zettili.
Quantum mechanics, science dealing with the behaviour of matter and light on the atomic and subatomic scale. It attempts to describe and account for the properties of molecules and atoms and their constituents— electrons, protons, neutrons, and other more esoteric particles such as quarks and gluons.
These properties include the interactions of the particles with one another and with. The book encourages an enhanced appreciation of the interaction between mathematics, theory and experiment, helping the reader gain a deeper understanding of the development and content of quantum mechanics than any other text at this : Based on recent development in quantum physics we show how to extract the speed of gravity (light) from a Pendulum Clock.
This with no knowledge off the so-called Newton's gravitational constant G. The book follows the development of quantum physics largely chronologically, explaining why classical physics was not sufficient to describe the subatomic world. It then moves on to concepts such as particle-wave duality, the uncertainty principle, and radioactivity.
Have you ever heard of quantum storytelling. It is a new way of viewing organization development. Led by David Boje, of New Mexico State University, and Tonya L.
Henderson, a scholar-practitioner with Gly Solutions, a group of authors from Europe and the USA collaborated to produce a collection of readings that explore human organizations using quantum physics inspired concepts. In this article, I am going to attempt to explain in layman's terms, some of the basic concepts involved in quantum physics.
Quantum physics is a massive and complex subject, and often so much so that it can be hard to really understand what it means or to comprehend the implications behind the scientific knowledge and explanations given regarding how the Universe really works. What it really meant was of course mysterious.
While the quantum era was inaugurated ina quantum theory would take much longer to jell. Intro-ducing discontinuity was a tentative step, and only a ﬁrst one. And even thereafter, the recasting of physical theory was hesitant and slow. Physicists pondered for years what a quantum theory File Size: KB.
Max Jammer (מקס ימר; born Moshe Jammer, German: ; Ap – Decem ), was an Israeli physicist and philosopher of was born in Berlin, was Rector and Acting President at Bar-Ilan University from to Alma mater: University of Vienna, Hebrew University.
The contributions of few contemporary scientists have been as far reaching in their effects as those of Nobel Laureate Werner Heisenberg. His matrix theory is one of the bases of modern quantum mechanics, while his "uncertainty principle" has altered our whole philosophy of science.
In this classic, based on lectures delivered at the University of Chicago, Heisenberg presents a complete 4/5(4). This book presents the basic concepts and methods of quantum mechanics for upper level undergraduate students, allowing them to master its application to real physical situations.
A postulate-based treatment is adopted together with a gradual development of the quantum formalism of wave functions, operators, measurement and temporal evolution. Focusing on structural issues and geometric ideas, this book guides readers from the concepts of classical mechanics to those of quantum mechanics.
The book features an original presentation of classical mechanics, with the choice of topics motivated by the subsequent development of quantum mechanics, especially wave equations, Poisson brackets Author: Giampiero Esposito, Giuseppe Marmo, Gennaro Miele, George Sudarshan.
Quantum mechanics (QM -- also known as quantum physics, or quantum theory) is a branch of physics which deals with physical phenomena at nanoscopic scales where the action is on the order of the Planck constant.
It departs from classical mechanics primarily at the quantum realm of. The aim of this book is to acquaint the reader with the concepts and ideas of quantum mechanics and the physical properties of matter; to reveal the logic of its new ideas, to show how these ideas are embodied in the mathematical apparatus of linear operators and to demonstrate the working of this apparatus using a number of examples and problems of interest to engineering students.
The Connection between Quantum Physics and Spirituality. The theories that connect quantum physics and spirituality aren’t new, nor come only from the Dalai Lama.
Another resource on the subject is the book Science and Spirituality: A Quantum Integration by Amit Goswami. Goswami is a retired professor from the University of Oregon’s. Historical overview of the developments of quantum mechanics Quantum Ideas Course Overview Course synopsis: The overall purpose of this course is to introduce you all to the core concepts that underlie quantum physics, the key experimental and theoretical developments in the advent of quantum mechanics, the basic.
This book is the fruit of for many years teaching the introduction to quan-tum mechanics to second-year students of physics at Oxford University. We have tried to convey to students that it is the use of probability amplitudes rather than probabilities that makes quantum mechanics the extraordinary.
The basics of quantum mechanics Why quantum mechanics is necessary for describing molecular properties we krow that all molccules are made of atoms which. in turn. contain nu-clei and electrons. As I discuss in this introcjuctory section, the equations that govern the motions of electrons and of nuclei are not the familiar Newton equatrons File Size: 1MB.
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The Principles of Quantum Mechanics is an influential monograph on quantum mechanics written by Paul Dirac and first published by Oxford University Press in Dirac gives an account of quantum mechanics by "demonstrating how to construct a completely new theoretical framework from scratch"; "problems were tackled top-down, by working on the great principles, with the details left to look Author: Paul Dirac.
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A thorough exposition of quantum computing and the underlying concepts of quantum physics, with explanations of the relevant mathematics and numerous examples.
The combination of two of the twentieth century's most influential and revolutionary scientific theories, information theory and quantum mechanics, gave rise to a radically new view of computing and information.
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