6 edition of **Quantum Mechanics. Special Chapters** found in the catalog.

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Published
**February 27, 2004**
by Springer
.

Written in English

- Quantum physics (quantum mechanics),
- Quantum Theory,
- Mathematical Physics,
- Science,
- Science/Mathematics,
- Physics,
- Quantenmechanik, fortgeschrittener Kurs,
- Science / Quantum Theory,
- Science-Physics,
- quantum mechanics, advanced course,
- Electrodynamics,
- Quantum Field Theory

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | D.A. Bromley (Preface) |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Paperback |

Number of Pages | 378 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL9061572M |

ISBN 10 | 3540600736 |

ISBN 10 | 9783540600732 |

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A Modern Approach to Quantum Mechanics by Townsend. This book goes a bit further than you might need, so below are the essential chapters, along with how these chapters match up with those in The Theoretical Minimum. Chapter 1 (Chapter 1 TTM) Chapter 2&3 (Chapter 2&3 TTM)Author: Mithuna Yoganathan. Chap indeed, provides an accessible introduction to present-day "hot" research areas (quantum cryptography, quantum computing, teleportation), even working out some simple but intriguing examples, likely to stimulate further interest in Quantum Mechanics the last chapter of the book deals with conceptual problems in Quantum Mechanics.

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. Chapter 15 Relativistic Quantum Mechanics The aim of this chapter is to introduce and explore some of the simplest aspects of relativistic quantum mechanics. Out of this analysis will emerge the Klein-Gordon and Dirac equations, and the concept of quantum mechanical spin. This introduction prepares the way for the construction of relativistic.

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About this Textbook Quantum Mechanics -- Special Chapters is an important additional course for third-year students. Starting with the quantization of a free electromagnetic field and its interaction with matter, it discusses second quantization and interacting quantum fields.

Quantum Mechanics -- Special Chapters is an important additional course for third-year students. Starting with the quantization of a free electromagnetic field and its interaction with matter, it 4/5(1).

Quantum Mechanics: Special Chapters Walter Greiner, D.A. Bromley Quantum Mechanics -- Special Chapters is an important additional course for third-year students. Starting with the quantization of a free electromagnetic field and its interaction with matter, it discusses second quantization and interacting quantum fields.

Quantum Mechanics: Special Chapters Professor Dr. Walter Greiner (auth.) Quantum Mechanics -- Special Chapters is an important additional course for third-year students. Starting with the quantization of a free electromagnetic field and its interaction with matter, it discusses second quantization and interacting quantum fields.

Summary: "Quantum Mechanics - Special Chapters is an important additional course for third-year students. Starting with the quantization of a free electromagnetic field and its interaction with matter, it discusses second quantization and interacting quantum fields.

Quantum Mechanics — Special Chapters is an important additional course for third-year students. Starting with the quantization of a free electromagnetic field and its interaction with matter, it discusses second quantization and interacting quantum fields.

Quantum Mechanics -- Special Chapters is an important additional course for third-year students. Starting with the quantization of a free electromagnetic field and its interaction with matter, it discusses second quantization and interacting quantum fields.

Quantum Mechanics: Special Chapters by Greiner Walter. Buy Quantum Mechanics: Special Chapters online for Rs. - Free Shipping and Cash on Delivery All Over India. Walter Greiner QUANTUM MECHANICS SPECIAL CHAPTERS With a Foreword by D.

Bromley With Figures, 75 Worked Examples and Problems Springer. Professor Dr. Walter Greiner Institut fiir Theoretische Physik der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universităt Frankfurt Postfach Il 19 32File Size: 1MB.

Quantum Mechanics - An Introduction lays the foundations for the rest of the course on advanced quantum mechanics and field theory.

Starting from black-body radiation, the photoelectric effect, and wave-particle duality, Greiner goes on to discuss the uncertainty relations, spin, and many-body systems; he includes applications to the hydrogen atom and the Stern-Gerlach and Einstein-de Haas experiments.5/5(1).

Essential Quantum Mechanics tries a different route and examines the structure of the theory and the author focuses on wave-functions as more of an after thought. The book is split into 12 chapters and includes some mathematical by: Summary: Quantum Mechanics -- Special Chapters is an important additional course for third-year students.

Starting with the quantization of a free electromagnetic field and its interaction with matter, it discusses second quantization and interacting quantum fields.

This book along with volume 2, are a truly wonderful addition to my little library of quantum mechanics books. These books are not, however, for someone who wants to learn quantum mechanics for the first time.

On that front I would suggest Griffiths. This book, however is an amazing reference book and higher level by: Supplementing "Quantum Mechanics. An Introduction" and "Quantum Mechanics.

Symmetries", this book covers an important additional course on quantum mechanics, including an introduction to quantum statistics, the structure of atoms and molecules, and the Schroedinger wave equation.

72 fully worked examples and problems consolidate the material/5(8). a heuristic amalgam of Classical Special Relativity and Quantum Mechanics. The notes are in a stage of continuing development, various sections, e.g., on the semiclassical approximation, on the Hilbert space structure of Quantum Mechanics, on scattering theory, on perturbation theory, on.

Chapter 1 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 File Size: 1MB.

Synopsis Quantum Mechanics -- Special Chapters is an important additional course for third-year students. Starting with the quantization of a free electromagnetic field and its interaction with matter, it discusses second quantization and interacting quantum fields/5(3).

Lecture Notes in Quantum Mechanics by Doron Cohen. This book covers the following topics: The classical description of a particle, Hilbert space formalism, Group theory, Lie algebra, The Green function approach, The evolution operator, Scattering theory, Quantum mechanics.

The purpose of this book is to teach you how to do quantum mechanics. Apart from some essential background in Chapter 1, the deeper quasiphilosophical questions are saved for the end.

I do not believe one can intelligently discuss what quantum mechanics means until one has a firm sense of what quantum mechanics does.4/5(2). This volume, Quantum Mechanics: Lecture Notes, is intended to be the basis for a two-semester graduate-level course.

It starts from a coverage of numerous wave-mechanical effects in one- and multi-dimensional systems (notably including the energy band theory), and only then proceeds to the bra-ket formalism necessary for discussion of more.

Ok let me confess that I am going to be unconventional! Read this if you believe in the saying “Go to the masters”. First there are two Quantum Mechanics. Quantum Mechanics (–) 2. New Quantum Mechanics (Till now) For Old Quantum.

New sections, which review the physics of waves, electricity and magnetism, and special relativity, lay the groundwork for the following chapters, which span the range from traditional quantum mechanics topics (the 1D time-independent Schroedinger equation, hydrogenic atoms, angular momentum theory, and time-independent and time-dependent /5(55).I've read all the 3 Greiner's books concerning non relativistic Quantum Mechanics (and other on QFT).

First I've to underline that you may find many text-errors in those books. (QM: an introduction, QM:Special Chapters, QM:Symmetries): for everybody who is a bit familiar with Mathematics this can not be a big problem/5.