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From the infinitely small to the infinitely big, covering over 60 spatial orders of magnitude, quantum theory is used as much to describe the still largely mysterious vibrations of the microscopic strings that...

Recent years have witnessed a resurgence in research and interest in the areas of quantum computation and entanglement. This book addresses the hidden worlds or variables of quantum physics. Author Gérard Gouesbet...

**Your plain-English guide to understanding and working with the micro world**

*Quantum Physics For Dummies,* Revised Edition helps make quantum physics understandable and accessible. From what quantum physics can...

Quantum entanglement (QE) is one of the most, if not the most, mysterious, and yet most promising subjects of current physics. With applications in cryptographic space-to-space, space-to-earth, and fiber communications,...

'Without being an explicitly philosophical treatise Chas McCaw's book delves into some of the deepest and most difficult aspects of atomic physics and chemistry and its underlying quantum mechanical account...

**Summary of The God Equation**

Chapter 1: The same year Galileo Galilei died a broken man in his prison cell, another legend was born in London. For Kaku, Isaac Newton is the greatest scientist who has ever lived,...

All students of physics encounter the Bohr model of the atom. However, it is often covered quickly in order that curricula can progress to wave mechanics. This book gives students and instructors a fuller exploration...

The End times Bible Handbook is a guide to the Biblical record of the past and how the past has influenced near future events! The next prophetic event on God?s calendar is the Rapture! Whatever year it happens,...

This book introduces the preparation, measurement and properties of ultra-cold atoms and molecules at a level accessible to advanced undergraduate students or for researchers approaching the subject from different...

This book is a self-contained and concise introduction to the techniques and applications of path integral quantization and functional techniques, aimed at students and practitioners. The first half of the text...

Introducing the emerging field of quantum thermodynamics, with a focus on its relation to quantum information and its implications for quantum computers and next-generation quantum technologies, this book is...

Volume 2 of this three-part series presents the quantization of classical field theory using the path integral formalism. For students who wish to learn about relativistic quantum field theory applied to particle...

*Classical Mechanics* teaches readers how to solve physics problems; in other words, how to put math and physics together to obtain a numerical or algebraic result and then interpret these results physically....

*Classical Mechanics* teaches readers how to solve physics problems; in other words, how to put math and physics together to obtain a numerical or algebraic result and then interpret these results physically....

*Classical Mechanics* teaches readers how to solve physics problems; in other words, how to put math and physics together to obtain a numerical or algebraic result and then interpret these results physically....

Vortices comprising swirling motion of matter are observable in classical systems at all scales, ranging from atomic size to that of galaxies. In quantum mechanical systems, such vortices are robust entities...

The development of a successful theory of quantum gravity in the context of the early universe is the key next step in theoretical physics. This book takes that step by describing a coherent mathematical framework...

Arising from a series of laboratory class experiments developed by the authors, this book provides an overview of fundamental experiments that can be used to practically demonstrate the underlying principles...

Back in 1982, Edward Witten noticed that classical problems of differential geometry and differential topology such as the de Rham complex and Morse theory can be described in a very simple and transparent way...

This book presents the life and work of Professor Evan James Williams, described as one of Wales?s most eminent scientists. Williams played a prominent part in the early twentieth-century revolution in physics...