Visual Quantum Mechanics Quantum Mechanics Basics These tutorials introduce some of the fundamental principles of quantum mechanics. As with the original Visual Quantum Mechanics they rely significantly on visualization and logic and to a lesser extend on mathematics. The reasoning level in these tutorials is somewhat higher than in the original materials. (All tutorials files are PDF.) Overview
Next: Hermeneutics of Classical General Up: Transgressing the Boundaries: Towards Previous: Transgressing the Boundaries: Towards It is not my intention to enter here into the extensive debate on the conceptual foundations of quantum mechanics. Suffice it to say that anyone who has seriously studied the equations of quantum mechanics will assent to Heisenberg's measured (pardon the pun) summary of his celebrated uncertainty principle: We can no longer speak of the behaviour of the particle independently of the process of observation. As a final consequence, the natural laws formulated mathematically in quantum theory no longer deal with the elementary particles themselves but with our knowledge of them. Quantum Mechanics: Uncertainty, Complementarity, Discontinuity and Interconnectedness
Three Lectures by Hans Bethe IN 1999, legendary theoretical physicist Hans Bethe delivered three lectures on quantum theory to his neighbors at the Kendal of Ithaca retirement community (near Cornell University). Given by Professor Bethe at age 93, the lectures are presented here as streaming videos synchronized with slides of his talking points and archival material.
Quantum Physics Quantum Physics What it is? Quantum physics is a branch of science that deals with discrete, indivisible units of energy called quanta as described by the Quantum Theories. Quantum physics invloves the study of the realm of the very small, at the atomic and subatomic level, such as electrons, photons and quarks. Therefore, it’s operating at the below-cell level of the body. Quantum Physics is also the study of the forces that act on atomic and subatomic entities.
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This page reproduces the bibliography that actually appears in the book. It is a list of books only; see also the separate pages for papers cited and additional resources. The list is not meant to be comprehensive, and focuses on books which are in print and with which I happen to be familiar. Click on the title to go to a page at amazon.com where you can order the books online. Jump to: Spacetime and Geometry: Bibliography of Books on General Relativity