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The basic principles of quantum mechanics are explained along with important belonging theorems. A quantum treatment of particle scattering and the harmonic oscillator model is presented. The book covers how to deal with quantum mechanics in 3D systems and explains how quantum statistics and the Pauli principle give rise to exchange forces. Exchange forces have dramatic consequences experimentally and lie at the heart of phenomena such as ferromagnetism in materials. Finally, we apply quantum mechanics to the treatment of angular momentum operators, such as the electron spin, and also discuss how it may be applied to describe energy bands in solids. About the author J. His research is focused on theoretical quantum condensed matter physics and he has received several prizes for his Ph. D work on the interplay between superconductivity and magnetism. In teaching courses such as Classical Mechanics and Particle Physics for both undergraduate and graduate students, he has invariably received high scores from the students for his pedagogical qualities and lectures. His webpage is found here. This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with EU regulation. I agree.

Written by quantum physicists and beautifully illustrated, Quantum Physics for Hippies takes the bizarre world of quantum physics and makes it understandable for everyone, hippies and nerds alike. Why this book?

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Nerds are obsessed with making a map of reality of the physical world. Hippies, on the other hand, are more interested in improving the maps of reality they have about themselves. While nerds read books about physics, cosmology and computer science, hippies attend meditation retreats and emotional healing workshops.

Even though these things happen in different realms, in the end, each hippie and each nerd is simply looking for truth. This search unites us all. We all want to improve our maps of reality, regardless of social conventions. How can quantum physics, a strange theory that describes the behavior of atoms and light, help us in this search?

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It helps exactly by telling us that the rules underpinning every aspect of reality are not those we expect. It not only reveals severe mistakes in the way we perceive the physical world, but it also questions fundamental beliefs we have about ourselves. How can that be?

Well, in the end, humans are made of atoms too. Do we really understand quantum mechanics? Laloe, , pages, 8. Hughes, , 94 pages, 2. Elementary Nonrelativistic Quantum Mechanics by H. From c-Numbers to q-Numbers: Berges, , pages, 1. Porter, , 57 pages, 2. Introductory Lectures on Quantum Cosmology by J. Modern Quantum Theory by Behram Kursunoglu, Notes on Quantum Mechanics by K.

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Schulten, , pages, 1. The origin and development of the quantum theory by Max Planck, , 32 pages, 5.

Path integral formulation Wikipedia, Path Integrals in Quantum Physics by R. Rosenfelder, , pp, 1. Physics Quest: Quantization and Semiclassics by Max Lein, , pp, 2.

Quantum Chromodynamics by A. Quantum Dissipative Systems by F. Guinea, E. Bascones, M. Quantum Field Theory by A. Schellekens, , 84 pages, 1.

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Quantum Field Theory by Mark Srednicki, , , 3. Quantum Fluctuations by Edward Nelson, , pages, 3.

Quantum Information Theory by Robert H. Quantum Mechanics by Axel Gross, , pages, 1. Quantum Mechanics by Charles G. Torre, , multiple PDF files.

Quantum Mechanics: Quantum mechanics: An intermediate level course by Richard Fitzpatrick, , pages, 1. Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy by M. Kuno, , pages, 6.

Concepts and Applications by Tarun Biswas, , pp, 1. Quantum mechanics of many-particle systems:

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