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Quantum Mechanics (310 Books)


Quantum mechanics, also known as quantum physics or quantum theory, is a branch of physics providing a mathematical description of much of the dual particle-like and wave-like behavior and interactions of energy and matter. It departs from classical mechanics primarily at the atomic and subatomic scales, the so-called quantum realm.

 
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The Quantum Theory;

By: Reiche, Fritz; Brose, Henry Herman Leopold Adolf, 1890; Hatfield, H. Stafford, (Henry Stafford);

Subject: Quesnay, Francois, 1694-1774; Physiocrats

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Quantum Theory of Chemical Reaction Rates

By: Bauer, Ernest
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Report on the Quantum Theory of Spectra

By: Ludwik Silberstein
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Report on the Quantum Theory of Spectra

By: Silberstein, Ludwik, B. 1872

Subject: Quest Club (Fort Wayne, Ind.); Fort Wayne (Ind.) -- Clubs

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Space, Time and Gravitation : An Outline of the General Relativity...

By: Arthur Stanley Eddington
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Report on the Quantum Theory of Spectra

By: Silberstein, Ludwik, B. 1872

Stone family ; Stone, William L. (William Leete), 1792-1844

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The Quantum Theory

By: Reiche, F. (Fritz), 1883-1969; Hatfield, Henry, Translator; Brose, Henry L. (Henry Leopold), 1890 Joint Tr

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The Origin and Development of the Quantum Theory

By: Planck, Max, 1858-1947; Clarke, Hans Thacher, 1887-1972. Tr; Silberstein, Ludwik, B. 1872, Joint Translator

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Report on Radiation and the Quantum-Theory

By: Jeans, James Hopwood, Sir 1877-1946; Physical Society (Great Britain)

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Space, Time and Gravitation : An Outline of the General Relativity...

By: Eddington, Arthur Stanley, Sir
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Sidelights on Relativity

By: Albert Einstein

Excerpt: How does it come about that alongside of the idea of ponderable matter, which is derived by abstraction from everyday life, the physicists set the idea of the existence of another kind of matter, the ether? The explanation is probably to be sought in those phenomena which have given rise to the theory of action at a distance, and in the properties of light which have led to the undulatory theory. Let us devote a little while to the consideration of these two subjects.

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Relativity: The Special and General Theory

By: Albert ( Einstein; Translated by Robert W. Lawson

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature

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Relativity: The Special and General Theory

By: Albert ( Einstein; Translated by Robert W. Lawson

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature

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Relativity: The Special and General Theory

By: Albert Einstein; Translated by Robert W. Lawson

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature

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Relativity : The Special and General Theory

By: Albert Einstein

Preface: (December, 1916) The present book is intended, as far as possible, to give an exact insight into the theory of Relativity to those readers who, from a general scientific and philosophical point of view, are interested in the theory, but who are not conversant with the mathematical apparatus of theoretical physics. The work presumes a standard of education corresponding to that of a university matriculation examination, and, despite the shortness of the book, a f...

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Sidelights on Relativity

By: Albert Einstein

ETHER AND THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY. An Address delivered on May 5th, 1920, in the University of Leyden How does it come about that alongside of the idea of ponderable matter, which is derived by abstraction from everyday life, the physicists set the idea of the existence of another kind of matter, the ether? The explanation is probably to be sought in those phenomena which have given rise to the theory of action at a distance, and in the properties of light which have le...

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Relativity : The Special and General Theory

By: Albert Einstein

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Excerpt: Part I: The Special Theory of Relativity: // 01. Physical Meaning of Geometrical Propositions // 02. The System of Coordinates // 03. Space and Time in Classical Mechanics // 04. The Galilean System of Coordinates // 05. The Principle of Relativity (in the Restricted Sense) // 06. The Theorem of the Addition of Velocities employed in Classical Mechanics // 07. The Apparent Incompatibility of the Law of Propagation of Light with the Principle of Relativity // 08....

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Process Physics: From Quantum Foam to General Relativity

By: Reginald T. Cahill

Physics Literature

Abstract: Progress in the new information-theoretic process physics is reported in which the link to the phenomenology of general relativity is made. In process physics the fundamental assumption is that reality is to be modeled as self-organizing semantic (or internal or relational) information using a self-referentially limited neural network model. Previous progress in process physics included the demonstration that space and quantum physics are emergent and unified, ...

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Journal of Mathematical Physics : Nine theorems on the unification...

By: A. Kryukov

Description: A mathematical framework that unifies the standard formalisms of special relativity and quantum mechanics is proposed. For this a Hilbert space H of functions of four variables x,t furnished with an additional indefinite inner product invariant under Poincaré transformations is introduced. For a class of functions in H that are well localized in the time variable, the usual formalism of nonrelativistic quantum mechanics is derived. In particular, the interfe...

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General Relativity and Cosmology for Undergraduates

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Physics Literature

Excerpt: General Relativity is the most accurate theory of gravity due to Albert Einstein.

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