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1. Introduction to quantum mechanics [2018]
 Griffiths, David J. (David Jeffery), 1942 author.
 Third edition.  Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
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 Book — xiii, 495 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
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 Part I. Theory:
 1. The wave function
 2. Timeindependent Schrodinger equation
 3. Formalism
 4. Quantum mechanics in three dimensions
 5. Identical particles
 6. Symmetry Part II. Application:
 7. Timeindependent perturbation theory
 8. The variational principle
 9. The WKB approximation
 10. Scattering
 11. Quantum dynamics
 12. Afterword Appendix A. Linear algebra Index.
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PHYSICS13001
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 PHYSICS13001  Quantum Mechanics I
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 Manoharan, Harindran Chelvasekaran
 Hossenfelder, Sabine, 1976 author.
 First edition.  New York, NY : Basic Books, 2018.
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 Book — xi, 291 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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 Walker, Michael S., 1939 author.
 Amherst, New York : Prometheus Books, 2017.
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 Book — 448 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), color map ; 24 cm
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 Discovery and understanding (19001927). Planck, Einstein, Bohr : experiments and early ideas ; Heisenberg, Dirac, Schrödinger : quantum mechanics and the quantum atom ; Application : six hundred million watts!
 Interpretation and mindboggling implications (19162016). The essential features of quantum mechanics ; Clash of titans : what is real? Uncertainty, entanglement, John Bell, and many worlds ; What does it all mean? : quantum mechanics, mathematics, and the nature of science ; Applications : quantum computing, code cracking, teleportation, and encryption
 Our world of relativity and the quantum, from the Big Bang to the galaxies. Galaxies, black holes, gravity waves, matter, the forces of nature, the Higgs boson, dark matter, dark energy, and string theory
 The manyelectron atom and the foundations of chemistry and materials science. Energy, momentum, and the spatial states of the electrons in the hydrogen atom ; Spin and magnetism ; Exclusion and the Periodic table ; The physics underlying the chemistry of the elements ; A few types of chemical bonds, for example ; The makeup of solid materials ; Insulators and electrical conduction in normal metals and semiconductors
 Quantum wonders in materials and devices, large and small. Superconductors I : definition, and applications in transportation, medicine, and computing ; Fusion for electrical power, and lasers also for defense ; Magnetism, magnets, magnetic materials, and their applications ; Graphene, nanotubes, and one "dream" application ; Semiconductors and electronic applications ; Superconductors II : large scale applications in science, power generation, and transmission
 Appendix A. The nature and spectrum of electromagnetic waves
 Appendix B. Empirical development of the Periodic Table of Elements
 Appendix C. Quantum computer development
 Appendix D. The atomic sizes and chemistries of the elements
 Appendix E. The production of Xrays.
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4. Quantum sense and nonsense [2017]
 Bricmont, J. (Jean), author.
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]
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 Book — x, 286 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
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 What are the Issues raised by Quantum Mechanics?. The First Mystery: Interference. "Philosophical" Intermezzo I: What is Determinism?. How do Physicists deal with Interference?. Schroedinger's Cat and Hidden Variables. "Philosophical" Intermezzo II: What is Wrong with "Observations"?. The Second Mystery: Nonlocality. How to do "The Impossible", a Quantum Mechanics without Observers: The de BroglieBohm Theory. Many Worlds. A Revised History of Quantum Mechanics. The Cultural Impact of Quantum Mechanics. Summary of the Main Theses of this Book.
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QC174.12 .B76 2017  Unknown 
 Satija, Indubala I., 1952 author.
 San Rafael, CA : Morgan & Claypool Publishers ; Bristol, UK : IOP Publishing, [2016]
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 Book — 1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations (chielfy color) ; 26 cm.
 Summary

 Summary
 Preface
 Prologue
 Prelude
 Part I. The butterfly fractal
 0. Kiss precise. Apollonian gaskets and integer wonderlands
 Appendix. An Apollonian sand paintingthe world's largest artwork
 1. The fractal family. The Mandelbrot set
 The Feigenbaum set
 Classic fractals
 The Hofstadter set
 Appendix. Harper's equation as an iterative mapping
 2. Geometry, number theory, and the butterfly : friendly numbers and kissing circles. Ford circles, the Farey tree, and the butterfly
 A butterfly at every scalebutterfly recursions
 Scaling and universality
 The butterfly and a hidden trefoil symmetry
 Closing words : physics and number theory
 Appendix A. Hofstadter recursions and butterfly generations
 Appendix B. Some theorems of number theory
 Appendix C. Continuedfraction expansions
 Appendix D. Nearestinteger continued fraction expansion
 Appendix E. Farey paths and some comments on universality
 3. The Apollonianbutterfly connection (ABC). Integral Apollonian gaskets (IAG) and the butterfly
 The kaleidoscopic effect and trefoil symmetry
 Beyond Ford Apollonian gaskets and fountain butterflies
 Appendix. Quadratic Diophantine equations and IAGs 
 4. Quasiperiodic patterns and the butterfly. A tale of three irrationals
 Selfsimilar butterfly hierarchies
 The diamond, golden, and silver hierarchies, and Hofstadter recursions
 Symmetries and quasiperiodicities
 Appendix. Quasicrystals
 Part II. Butterfly in the quantum world
 5. The quantum world. Wave or particlewhat is it?
 Quantization
 What is waving?The Schrödinger picture
 Quintessentially quantum
 Quantum effects in the macroscopic world
 6. A quantummechanical marriage and its unruly child. Two physical situations joined in a quantummechanical marriage
 The marvelous pure number [phi]
 Harper's equation, describing Bloch electrons in a magnetic field
 Harper's equation as a recursion relation
 On the key role of inexplicable artistic intuitions in physics
 Discovering the strange eigenvalue spectrum of Harper's equation
 Continued fractions and the looming nightmare of discontinuity
 Polynomials that dance on several levels at once
 A short digression on INT and on perception of visual patterns
 The spectrum belonging to irrational values of [phi] and the "tenmartini problem"
 In which continuity (of a sort) is finally established
 Infinitely recursively scalloped wave functions : cherries on the doctoral sundae
 Closing words
 Appendix. Supplementary material on Harper's equation 
 Part III. Topology and the butterfly
 7. A different kind of quantization : the quantum Hall effect. What is the Hall effect? Classical and quantum answers
 A charged particle in a magnetic field : cyclotron orbits and their quantization
 Landau levels in the Hofstadter butterfly
 Topological insulators
 Appendix A. Excerpts from the
 1985 Nobel Prize press release
 Appendix B. Quantum mechanics of electrons in a magnetic field
 Appendix C. Quantization of the Hall conductivity
 8. Topology and topological invariants : preamble to the topological aspects of the quantum Hall effect
 A puzzle : the precision and the quantization of Hall conductivity
 Topological invariants
 Anholonomy : parallel transport and the Foucault pendulum
 Geometrization of the Foucault pendulum
 Berry magnetismeffective vector potential and monopoles
 The ESAB effect as an example of anholonomy
 Appendix. Classical parallel transport and magnetic monopoles
 9. The Berry phase and the quantum Hall effect. The Berry phase
 Examples of Berry phase
 Chern numbers in twodimensional electron gases
 Conclusion : the quantization of Hall conductivity
 Closing words : topology and physical phenomena
 Appendix A. Berry magnetism and the Berry phase
 Appendix B. The Berry phase and
 2 x
 2 matrices
 Appendix C. What causes Berry curvature? Dirac strings, vortices, and magnetic monopoles
 Appendix D. The twoband lattice model for the quantum Hall effect 
 10. The kiss precise and precise quantization. Diophantus gives us two numbers for each swath in the butterfly
 Chern labels not just for swaths but also for bands
 A topological map of the butterfly
 Apollonianbutterfly connection : where are the Chern numbers?
 A topological landscape that has trefoil symmetry
 Cherndressed wave functions
 Summary and outlook
 Part IV. Catching the butterfly
 11. The art of tinkering. The most beautiful physics experiments
 12. The butterfly in the laboratory
 Twodimensional electron gases, superlattices, and the butterfly revealed
 Magical carbon : a new net for the Hofstadter butterfly
 A potentially sizzling hot topic in ultracold atom laboratories
 Appendix. Excerpts from the
 2010 Physics Nobel Prize press release
 13. The butterfly gallery : variations on a theme of Philip G Harper
 14. Divertimento
 15. Gratitude
 16. Poetic math & science
 17. Coda.
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QC20.7 .F73 S383 2016  Unknown 
 Penrose, Roger, author.
 Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, [2016]
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 Book — xvi, 501 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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 Acknowledgements ix Preface xi Are fashion, faith, or fantasy relevant to fundamental science? xi
 1 Fashion
 1 1.1 Mathematical elegance as a driving force
 1 1.2 Some fashionable physics of the past
 10 1.3 Particlephysics background to string theory
 17 1.4 The superposition principle in QFT
 20 1.5 The power of Feynman diagrams
 25 1.6 The original key ideas of string theory
 32 1.7 Time in Einstein's general relativity
 42 1.8 Weyl's gauge theory of electromagnetism
 52 1.9 Functional freedom in KaluzaKlein and string models
 59 1.10 Quantum obstructions to functional freedom?
 69 1.11 Classical instability of higherdimensional string theory
 77 1.12 The fashionable status of string theory
 82 1.13 Mtheory
 90 1.14 Supersymmetry
 95 1.15 AdS/CFT
 104 1.16 Braneworlds and the landscape
 117
 2 Faith
 121 2.1 The quantum revelation
 121 2.2 Max Planck's E = hnu
 126 2.3 The waveparticle paradox
 133 2.4 Quantum and classical levels: C, U, and R
 138 2.5 Wave function of a pointlike particle
 145 2.6 Wave function of a photon
 153 2.7 Quantum linearity
 158 2.8 Quantum measurement
 164 2.9 The geometry of quantum spin
 174 2.10 Quantum entanglement and EPR effects
 182 2.11 Quantum functional freedom
 188 2.12 Quantum reality
 198 2.13 Objective quantum state reduction: a limit to the quantum faith?
 204
 3 Fantasy
 216 3.1 The Big Bang and FLRW cosmologies
 216 3.2 Black holes and local irregularities
 230 3.3 The second law of thermodynamics
 241 3.4 The Big Bang paradox
 250 3.5 Horizons, comoving volumes, and conformal diagrams
 258 3.6 The phenomenal precision in the Big Bang
 270 3.7 Cosmological entropy?
 275 3.8 Vacuum energy
 285 3.9 Inflationary cosmology
 294 3.10 The anthropic principle
 310 3.11 Some more fantastical cosmologies
 323
 4 A New Physics for the Universe?
 334 4.1 Twistor theory: an alternative to strings?
 334 4.2 Whither quantum foundations?
 353 4.3 Conformal crazy cosmology?
 371 4.4 A personal coda
 391 Appendix A Mathematical
 Appendix 397 A.1 Iterated exponents
 397 A.2 Functional freedom of fields
 401 A.3 Vector spaces
 407 A.4 Vector bases, coordinates, and duals
 413 A.5 Mathematics of manifolds
 417 A.6 Manifolds in physics
 425 A.7 Bundles
 431 A.8 Functional freedom via bundles
 439 A.9 Complex numbers
 445 A.10 Complex geometry
 448 A.11 Harmonic analysis
 458 References
 469 Index 491.
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7. Path integrals for pedestrians [2016]
 Gozzi, Ennio, author.
 New Jersey : World Scientific, [2016]
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 Book — xi, 143 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
 Summary

 Quantum Mechanics and Summing Up Amplitudes Double Slit Experiment Infinite Slits Experiments and PathCorrespondence Dirac's
 1932 Paper on Small Time Amplitudes TimeSlicing: From Infinitesimal to Finite Time Intervals Rederivation of the Feynman Path Integrals via the Trotter Formula FreeParticle Propagator Continuous Paths but Nowhere Differentiable Path Integrals for Quadratic Potentials WKB in the Operatorial Language WKB in the PathIntegral Language Introduction to the Formalism of Wigner Functions Marinov's Path Integral for Wigner Functions Semiclassical Expansion of Marinov's Work Path Integrals for Classical Mechanics Objects (Cyclists) Corresponding Operatorial Version of Classical Mechanics The Work of Koopman and von Neuman.
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 Quantum Mechanics and Summing Up Amplitudes Double Slit Experiment Infinite Slits Experiments and PathCorrespondence Dirac's
 1932 Paper on Small Time Amplitudes TimeSlicing: From Infinitesimal to Finite Time Intervals Rederivation of the Feynman Path Integrals via the Trotter Formula FreeParticle Propagator Continuous Paths but Nowhere Differentiable Path Integrals for Quadratic Potentials WKB in the Operatorial Language WKB in the PathIntegral Language Introduction to the Formalism of Wigner Functions Marinov's Path Integral for Wigner Functions Semiclassical Expansion of Marinov's Work The Work of Koopman and von Neumann (KvN) on the Operatorial Version of Classical Mechanics Path Integral for Classical Mechanics (CPI) from the KvN Formalism Cartan Calculus via the CPI Geometric Quantization via the CPI NonSuperposition Principle in Classical Mechanics and Degrees of Freedom Going Beyond Classical Mechanics.
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8. Lectures on quantum mechanics [2015]
 Weinberg, Steven, 1933 author.
 Second edition.  Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2015.
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 Book — xxii, 419 pages ; 26 cm
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 Preface Notation
 1. Historical introduction
 2. Particle states in a central potential
 3. General principles of quantum mechanics
 4. Spin
 5. Approximations for energy eigenstates
 6. Approximations for timedependent problems
 7. Potential scattering
 8. General scattering theory
 9. The canonical formalism
 10. Charged particles in electromagnetic fields
 11. The quantum theory of radiation
 12. Entanglement Author index Subject index.
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9. Quantum mechanics [2015]
 Fitzpatrick, Richard, 1963 author.
 Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, [2015]
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 Book — xi, 471 pages ; 23 cm
 Summary

 Fundamental concepts
 Position and momentum
 Quantum dynamics
 Orbital angular momentum
 Spin angular momentum
 Addition of angular momentum
 Timeindependent perturbation theory
 Timedependent perturbation theory
 Identical particles
 Scattering theory
 Relativistic electron theory.
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10. Quantum mechanics : a modern development [2015]
 Ballentine, Leslie E.
 2nd edition.  [Hackensack], New Jersey : World Scientific, [2015]
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 Book — xv, 722 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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 Mathematical Prerequisites The Formulation of Quantum Mechanics Kinematics and Dynamics Coordinate Representation and Applications Momentum Representation and Applications The Harmonic Oscillator Angular Momentum State Preparation and Determination Measurement and the Interpretation of States Formation of Bound States Charged Particle in a Magnetic Field TimeDependent Phenomena Discrete Symmetries The Classical Limit Quantum Mechanics in PhaseSpace Scattering Identical Particles ManyFermion Systems Quantum Mechanics of the Electromagnetic Field Bell's Theorem and Its Consequences Quantum Information.
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PHYSICS23001
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 PHYSICS23001  Graduate Quantum Mechanics I
 Instructor(s)
 Hayden, Patrick
 Rickles, Dean author.
 Heidelberg ; New York : Springer, [2014]
 Description
 Book — xix, 251 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 History and Mythology. Part I: The (Very) Early Years: 19591973. Particle Physics in the Sixties. The Veneziano Model. The Hadronic String. Supersymmetric Strings and Field Theoretic Limits. Part II: A Decade of Darkness: 19741984. An Early Demise? Theoretical Exaptation in String Theory. Turning Point(s). Part III: String Theory Becomes Super: 19851995. Superstring Theory and the Real World. A 'Second Superstring Revolution' and the Future of String Theory.
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QC794.6 .S85 R53 2014  Unknown 
 Clegg, Brian.
 London : Icon ; Minneapolis, Minnesota : Distributed to the trade in the USA by Consortium Book Sales and Distrubution, 2014.
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 Book — vi, 282 p. : ill ; 23 cm
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The stone age, the iron age, the steam and electrical ages all saw the reach of humankind transformed by new technology. Now we are living in the quantum age, a revolution in everyday life led by our understanding of the very, very small. Today, technologies based on quantum physics account for 30 per cent of US GDP, and yet quantum particles such as atoms, electrons and photons remain enigmatic, acting totally unlike the objects we experience directly. Weird quantum behaviour is also essential to nature. From the mechanism of the Sun to quantum biology in our eyesight, photosynthesis in plants and the ability of birds to navigate, quantum effects are key. Quantum physics lies at the heart of every electronic device, every smartphone and laser, and now quantum superconductors have moved out of the lab to make levitating trains and MRI scanners possible, while soon superfast, ultrasecure quantum computers may be a reality. Acclaimed popular science author Brian Clegg brings his trademark clarity and enthusiasm to a book that will give the world around you a new sense of wonder.
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QC174.123 .C54 2014  Unknown 
 Wittek, Peter, author.
 First edition.  Amsterdam : Elsevier, AP, [2014]
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 Book — x, 163 pages : black & white illustrations ; 24 cm
 Summary

Quantum Machine Learning bridges the gap between abstract developments in quantum computing and the applied research on machine learning. Paring down the complexity of the disciplines involved, it focuses on providing a synthesis that explains the most important machine learning algorithms in a quantum framework. Theoretical advances in quantum computing are hard to follow for computer scientists, and sometimes even for researchers involved in the field. The lack of a stepbystep guide hampers the broader understanding of this emergent interdisciplinary body of research. Quantum Machine Learning sets the scene for a deeper understanding of the subject for readers of different backgrounds. The author has carefully constructed a clear comparison of classical learning algorithms and their quantum counterparts, thus making differences in computational complexity and learning performance apparent. This book synthesizes of a broad array of research into a manageable and concise presentation, with practical examples and applications. * Bridges the gap between abstract developments in quantum computing with the applied research on machine learning* Provides the theoretical minimum of machine learning, quantum mechanics, and quantum computing* Gives stepbystep guidance to a broader understanding of this emergent interdisciplinary body of research.
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Q325.5 .W58 2014  Unknown 
 Commins, Eugene D. author.
 New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2014.
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 Book — xiii, 680 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
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 Preface
 1. Introduction
 2. Mathematical preliminaries
 3. The rules of quantum mechanics
 4. The connection between the fundamental rules and wave mechanics
 5. Further illustrations of the rules of quantum mechanics
 6. Further developments in onedimensional wave mechanics
 7. The theory of angular momentum
 8. Wave mechanics in three dimensions: hydrogenic atoms
 9. Timeindependent approximations for bound state problems
 10. Applications of static perturbation theory
 11. Identical particles
 12. Atomic structure
 13. Molecules
 14. The stability of matter
 15. Photons
 16. Interaction of nonrelativistic charged particles and radiation
 17. Further topics in perturbation theory
 18. Scattering
 19. Special relativity and quantum mechanics: the KleinGordon equation
 20. The Dirac equation
 21. Interaction of a relativistic spin 1/2 particle with an external electromagnetic field
 22. The Dirac field
 23. Interaction between relativistic electrons, positrons, and photons
 24. The quantum mechanics of weak interactions
 25. The quantum measurement problem Appendix A: useful inequalities for quantum mechanics Appendix B: Bell's inequality Appendix C: spin of the photon: vector spherical waves Works cited Bibliography Index.
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15. Quantum mechanics : the theoretical minimum [2014]
 Susskind, Leonard author.
 London : Allen Lane, 2014.
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 Book — xx, 364 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

Leonard Susskind provides an introduction to one great challenge that every aspiring physics buff must master: quantum mechanics.
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16. Lectures on quantum mechanics [2013]
 Weinberg, Steven, 1933
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
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 Book — xix, 358 p. ; 26 cm.
 Summary

 Preface Notation
 1. Historical introduction
 2. Particle states in a central potential
 3. General principles of quantum mechanics
 4. Spin
 5. Approximations for energy eigenstates
 6. Approximations for timedependent problems
 7. Potential scattering
 8. General scattering theory
 9. The canonical formalism
 10. Charged particles in electromagnetic fields
 11. The quantum theory of radiation
 12. Entanglement Index.
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17. Quantum concepts in physics : an alternative approach to the understanding of quantum mechanics [2013]
 Longair, Malcolm.
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
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 Book — xviii, 443 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
 Summary

 Part I. The Discovery of Quanta:
 1. Physics and theoretical physics in 1895
 2. Planck and blackbody radiation
 3. Einstein and quanta, 19001911 Part II. The Old Quantum Theory:
 4. The Bohr model of the hydrogen atom
 5. Sommerfield and Ehrenfest  generalising the Bohr model
 6. Einstein coefficients, Bohr's correspondence principle and the first selection rules
 7. Understanding atomic spectra  additional quantum numbers
 8. Bohr's model of the periodic table and the origin of spin
 9. The waveparticle duality Part III. The Discovery of Quantum Mechanics
 10. The collapse of the old quantum theory and the seeds of its regeneration
 11. The Heisenberg breakthrough
 12. Matrix mechanics
 13. Dirac's quantum mechanics
 14. Schrodinger and wave mechanics
 15. Reconciling matrix and wave mechanics
 16. Spin and quantum statistics
 17. The interpretation of quantum mechanics
 18. The aftermath
 19. Epilogue Indices.
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QC173.98 .L66 2013  Unknown 
 London : Imperial College Press ; Singapore : Distributed by World Scientific, c2013.
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 Book — xxiv, 554 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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 Introductory Material: Quantum Gases: The Background Quantum Gases: Experimental Considerations Quantum Gases: Background Key Theoretical Notions Ultracold Bosonic Gases: Theoretical Modelling: Kinetic and ManyBody Approaches ClassicalField, Stochastic and FieldTheoretic Approaches Comparison of Common Theories Overview of Related QuantumDegenerate Systems: Nearly Integrable OneDimensional Systems Optical Lattice Geometries Liquid Helium Degenerate Fermi Gases Exciton/Polariton Condensation.
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QC161 .Q36 2013  Unknown 
 Putz, Mihai V.
 Toronto : Apple Academic Press, c2013.
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 Book — xii, 260 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 Primer Density Functional Theory Basics of Density Functional Theory (DFT) Physical Realizations of DFT Popular Density Functionals of Energy Chemical Realization of DFT Primer Density Functional BoseEinstein Condensation Theory Basics of the BoseEinstein Condensation (BEC) ?Density Functional Theory of BoseEinstein Condensation Modern Quantum Theories of Chemical Bonding Bondonic Picture of Chemical Bond Chemical Action Picture of Chemical Bond FermionicBosonic Picture of Chemical Bond.
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20. Revolutions in twentiethcentury physics [2013]
 Griffiths, David J. (David Jeffery), 1942
 Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
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 Book — x, 174 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
 Summary

 1. Classical foundations
 2. Special relativity
 3. Quantum mechanics
 4. Elementary particles
 5. Cosmology.
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