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Fundamental Principles of Modern Theoretical Physics

Fundamental Principles of Modern Theoretical Physics Author R. H. Furth
ISBN-10 9781483160092
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 368
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Fundamental Principles of Modern Theoretical Physics



The Principles of Quantum Mechanics

The Principles of Quantum Mechanics Author Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac
ISBN-10 0198520115
Release 1981-01-01
Pages 314
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The first edition of this work appeared in 1930, and its originality won it immediate recognition as a classic of modern physical theory. The fourth edition has been bought out to meet a continued demand. Some improvements have been made, the main one being the complete rewriting of the chapter on quantum electrodymanics, to bring in electron-pair creation. This makes it suitable as an introduction to recent works on quantum field theories.



Quantum Theory from First Principles

Quantum Theory from First Principles Author Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano
ISBN-10 9781107043428
Release 2017-02-09
Pages 400
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Quantum theory is the soul of theoretical physics. It is not just a theory of specific physical systems, but rather a new framework with universal applicability. This book shows how we can reconstruct the theory from six information-theoretical principles, by rebuilding the quantum rules from the bottom up. Step by step, the reader will learn how to master the counterintuitive aspects of the quantum world, and how to efficiently reconstruct quantum information protocols from first principles. Using intuitive graphical notation to represent equations, and with shorter and more efficient derivations, the theory can be understood and assimilated with exceptional ease. Offering a radically new perspective on the field, the book contains an efficient course of quantum theory and quantum information for undergraduates. The book is aimed at researchers, professionals, and students in physics, computer science and philosophy, as well as the curious outsider seeking a deeper understanding of the theory.



Solid State Physics

Solid State Physics Author John J. Quinn
ISBN-10 9783319739991
Release 2018-02-23
Pages 594
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This book provides the basis for a two-semester graduate course on solid-state physics. The first half presents all the knowledge necessary for a one-semester survey of solid-state physics, but in greater depth than most introductory solid state physics courses. The second half includes most of the important research over the past half-century, covering both the fundamental principles and most recent advances. This new edition includes the latest developments in the treatment of strongly interacting two-dimensional electrons and discusses the generalization from small to larger systems. The book provides explanations in a class-tested tutorial style, and each chapter includes problems reviewing key concepts and calculations. The updated exercises and solutions enable students to become familiar with contemporary research activities, such as the electronic properties of massless fermions in graphene and topological insulators.



Intellectual Mastery of Nature Theoretical Physics from Ohm to Einstein Volume 2

Intellectual Mastery of Nature  Theoretical Physics from Ohm to Einstein  Volume 2 Author Christa Jungnickel
ISBN-10 0226415856
Release 1990-09-24
Pages 435
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Winner of the 1987 Pfizer Award of the History of Science Society "A majestic study of a most important spoch of intellectual history."—Brian Pippard, Times Literary Supplement "The authors' use of archival sources hitherto almost untouched gives their story a startling vividness. These volumes are among the finest works produced by historians of physics."—Jed Z. Buchwald, Isis "The authors painstakingly reconstruct the minutiae of laboratory budgets, instrument collections, and student numbers; they disentangle the intrigues of faculty appointments and the professional values those appointments reflected; they explore collegial relationships among physicists; and they document the unending campaign of scientists to wring further support for physics from often reluctant ministries."—R. Steven Turner, Science "Superbly written and exhaustively researched."—Peter Harman, Nature



Nuclear Physics

Nuclear Physics Author M. G. Bowler
ISBN-10 9781483151755
Release 2013-09-11
Pages 432
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Nuclear Physics is concerned primarily with low-energy nuclear physics rather than high-energy or elementary particle physics, although examples from particle physics are used where appropriate. The Fermi Golden Rule is given emphasis throughout. This text consists of six chapters and begins with an introduction to nuclear physics, followed by a discussion on nuclear structure at a fairly basic level. This book also discusses the nuclear periodic table, radioactivity, and unstable nuclear states as well as nuclear mass and nuclear binding energy. Spin and static electric and magnetic moments are then examined from the perspective of quantum mechanics rather than through the vector model of angular momentum. Quantum mechanics is also used to treat nuclear decay in the next chapter. The theory of nuclear reactions is discussed by highlighting the concepts of cross-section and resonance. The penultimate chapter deals with self-sustaining nuclear reactions, with particular reference to the nuclear physics of fission reactors and the nuclear aspects of stellar physics. This chapter ends with the application of the theory of thermonuclear reactions to the design of a thermonuclear power plant. The final chapter is devoted to charge independence and isospin in low-energy nuclear physics.



Princeton University Bulletin

Princeton University Bulletin Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015074753446
Release 1897
Pages
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Lectures on Solid State Physics

Lectures on Solid State Physics Author Georg Busch
ISBN-10 9781483157535
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 554
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Lectures on Solid State Physics is a compilation of lectures concerned with various branches of solid state physics. It aims to develop basic physical ideas that lead to a better understanding of phenomena and effects. Comprised of 11 chapters, this book discusses several topics on solid state physics: structure of solids; interference effects in crystals; lattice dynamics; perfect and imperfect crystals; electrons and electron theory of metals; semiconductors; electrical contact effects; transport phenomena, and magnetism. Students, physics graduates, electrical engineers, chemists, and metallurgists will find this book invaluable.



Principles of Physics

Principles of Physics Author Jun Ni
ISBN-10 9789813227118
Release 2017-06-28
Pages 560
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This book starts from a set of common basic principles to establish the basic formalisms of all disciplines of fundamental physics, including quantum field theory, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, general relativity, electromagnetism, and classical mechanics. Instead of the traditional pedagogic way, the author arranges the subjects and formalisms in a logical order, i.e. all the formulas are derived from the formulas before them. The formalisms are also kept self-contained. Most mathematical tools are given in the appendices. Although this book covers all the disciplines of fundamental physics, it contains only a single volume because the contents are kept concise and treated as an integrated entity, which is consistent with the motto that simplicity is beauty, unification is beauty, and thus physics is beauty. This can be used as an advanced textbook for graduate students. It is also suitable for physicists who wish to have an overview of fundamental physics. Contents: PrefacePreface to the Second EditionBasic PrinciplesQuantum FieldsQuantum Fields in the Riemann SpacetimeSymmetry BreakingInteracting Quantum FieldsFrom Quantum Field Theory to Quantum MechanicsElectromagnetic FieldQuantum MechanicsApplications of Quantum MechanicsStatistical MechanicsApplications of Statistical MechanicsRelativity TheoryAppendices:TensorsFunctional FormulaGaussian IntegralsGrassmann AlgebraEuclidean RepresentationSome Useful FormulasJacobianGeodesic EquationBibliographyIndex Readership: This is suitable for graduate students and physicists who wish to have an overview of fundamental physics.



A Survey of Hidden Variables Theories

A Survey of Hidden Variables Theories Author F. J. Belinfante
ISBN-10 9781483151212
Release 2014-05-17
Pages 376
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A Survey of Hidden-Variables Theories is a three-part book on the hidden-variable theories, referred in this book as ""theories of the first kind"". Part I reviews the motives in developing different types of hidden-variables theories. The quest for determinism led to theories of the first kind; the quest for theories that look like causal theories when applied to spatially separated systems that interacted in the past led to theories of the second kind. Parts II and III further describe the theories of the first kind and second kind, respectively. This book is written to make the literature on hidden variables comprehensible to those who are confused by the original papers with their controversies, and to average reader of physics papers.



Quantum Gravity in Four Dimensions

Quantum Gravity in Four Dimensions Author Giampiero Esposito
ISBN-10 1590330005
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 153
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Main section headings: Ideas and Problems in Quantum Gravity; On Ellipticity and Quantum Gravity; Non-Local Boundary Data in Quantum Gravity; Non-Locality and Ellipticity for Gauge Theories; New Kernels in Quantum Gravity; Quantum Gravity from First Principles; Quantum Gravity and Spectral Geometry; Bibliography; Index.



The Princeton University Bulletin

The Princeton University Bulletin Author
ISBN-10 WISC:89101990356
Release 1901
Pages
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Principles of modern physics

Principles of modern physics Author Robert B. Leighton
ISBN-10 UOM:39015004493378
Release 1959
Pages 795
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Quantum Field Theory III Gauge Theory

Quantum Field Theory III  Gauge Theory Author Eberhard Zeidler
ISBN-10 9783642224218
Release 2011-08-17
Pages 1126
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In this third volume of his modern introduction to quantum field theory, Eberhard Zeidler examines the mathematical and physical aspects of gauge theory as a principle tool for describing the four fundamental forces which act in the universe: gravitative, electromagnetic, weak interaction and strong interaction. Volume III concentrates on the classical aspects of gauge theory, describing the four fundamental forces by the curvature of appropriate fiber bundles. This must be supplemented by the crucial, but elusive quantization procedure. The book is arranged in four sections, devoted to realizing the universal principle force equals curvature: Part I: The Euclidean Manifold as a Paradigm Part II: Ariadne's Thread in Gauge Theory Part III: Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity Part IV: Ariadne's Thread in Cohomology For students of mathematics the book is designed to demonstrate that detailed knowledge of the physical background helps to reveal interesting interrelationships among diverse mathematical topics. Physics students will be exposed to a fairly advanced mathematics, beyond the level covered in the typical physics curriculum. Quantum Field Theory builds a bridge between mathematicians and physicists, based on challenging questions about the fundamental forces in the universe (macrocosmos), and in the world of elementary particles (microcosmos).



Princeton University Bulletin

Princeton University Bulletin Author Francis Landey Patton
ISBN-10 CHI:095582178
Release 1901
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Quantum Field Theory

Quantum Field Theory Author Michael V. Sadovskii
ISBN-10 9783110270358
Release 2013-03-22
Pages 420
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This book discusses the main concepts of the Standard Model of elementary particles in a compact and straightforward way. The work illustrates the unity of modern theoretical physics by combining approaches and concepts of the quantum field theory and modern condensed matter theory. The inductive approach allows a deep understanding of ideas and methods used for solving problems in this field.



General Principles of Quantum Field Theory

General Principles of Quantum Field Theory Author N.N. Bogolubov
ISBN-10 9789400904910
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 695
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The majority of the "memorable" results of relativistic quantum theory were obtained within the framework of the local quantum field approach. The explanation of the basic principles of the local theory and its mathematical structure has left its mark on all modern activity in this area. Originally, the axiomatic approach arose from attempts to give a mathematical meaning to the quantum field theory of strong interactions (of Yukawa type). The fields in such a theory are realized by operators in Hilbert space with a positive Poincare-invariant scalar product. This "classical" part of the axiomatic approach attained its modern form as far back as the sixties. * It has retained its importance even to this day, in spite of the fact that nowadays the main prospects for the description of the electro-weak and strong interactions are in connection with the theory of gauge fields. In fact, from the point of view of the quark model, the theory of strong interactions of Wightman type was obtained by restricting attention to just the "physical" local operators (such as hadronic fields consisting of ''fundamental'' quark fields) acting in a Hilbert space of physical states. In principle, there are enough such "physical" fields for a description of hadronic physics, although this means that one must reject the traditional local Lagrangian formalism. (The connection is restored in the approximation of low-energy "phe nomenological" Lagrangians.