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eBook Quantum Mechanics epub

by Ronald Kates,Franz Schwabl

eBook Quantum Mechanics epub
  • ISBN: 3540591877
  • Author: Ronald Kates,Franz Schwabl
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Physics
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer Verlag; Revised edition (November 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 416 pages
  • ePUB size: 1362 kb
  • FB2 size 1435 kb
  • Formats mbr lit lrf doc


Quantum Mechanic. resents a nice balance between theory and practical applications in this work that is intended for introductory coursework.

Only 16 left in stock (more on the way). Quantum Mechanic. It is designed to complement the author’s Advanced Quantum Mechanics (2005). Schwabl (Technische Universität München) succinctly covers a wide range of topics in 20 chapter. .The book also includes worked examples and applications. Summing Up: Recommended.

This introductory course on quantum mechanics is the basic lecture which precedes and completes the author's second book Advanced Quantum Mechanics. Numerous new and newly drawn figures deepen the understanding of the topic. The book meets the students' needs by giving all mathematical steps, worked examples with applications throughout the text, and many problems at the end of each chapter.

A student's first course on quantum mechanics provides the foundation essential for much of his or her future work in physics, be it in atomic, elementary particle, or solid state physics. This introductory textbook contains not only the foundations and many applications of quantum mechanics, but also new aspects and their experimental verification. It has as its particular virtues clarity and conciseness of presentation, while at the same time being self-contained.

Authors: Schwabl, Franz. Up-to-date and revised. The book meets students' needs in providing detailed mathematical steps along the way, with worked examples and applications throughout the text, and many problems for the reader at the end of each chapter. It contains nonrelativistic quantum mechanics and a short treatment of the quantization of the radiation field.

3. Quantum Mechanics Schwabl, Franz and Kates, Ronald. ISBN 10: 3540591877 ISBN 13: 9783540591870.

The book meets students' needs in providing detailed mathematical steps along the way, with worked examples and applications throughout the text, and many problems for the reader at the end of each chapter. 3.

by. Schwabl, Franz, 1938-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag. Internet Archive Books.

Landau, L. D, and Lifshitz, E. M. Course of Theoretical Physics Volume 3 - Quantum Mechanics: Non-Relativistic Theory. List of textbooks in thermodynamics and statistical mechanics.

By (author) Franz Schwabl, Translated by Ronald Kates.

Concepts and Applications. concepts of twentieth century quantum mechanics and describe the mathematical methods employed in the fie. Can't find what you're looking for? Try pdfdrive:hope to request a book.

A student's first course in quantum mechanics provides the foundation essential for much of his or her future work in physics, be it in atomic, elementary particle or solid state physics. This introductory textbook contains not only the foundations and many applications of quantum mechanics, but also new aspects and their experimental verification. In the introductory chapters, starting from the historical evolution of the subject, the fundamental postulates are developed inductively by means of an interference experiment. Thereafter the structure is purely deductive, covering all of non-relativistic quantum mechanics, plus the quantization of the radiation field in the context of optical transitions. As well as the quantum mechanical "essentials" - for instance, detailed treatments of scattering theory, time dependent phenomena, and the density matrix - such topics as the theory of quantum mechanical measurement, the Bell inequality, and supersymmetric quantum mechanics are discussed.
Comments: (2)
Grokinos
I bought this one when I was doing my MS degree. It was in a really good condition when I was buying this.
Mariwyn
This is the required textbook when I took QM course. It is a nice book. It covers almost everything that a undergraduate or graduate student need to know. But some parts of this book seem too abstract and hard to understand. It needs more worked example to help one understand it. You need another book if you want to use Schwabl to self-study QM. I consider Schwabl as a good reference book if you need to find something.
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