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A Beginner’s Guide 3. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Naman Bansal rated it really liked it Oct 12, I enjoy classical music and theatre as well as television.
If you have alashair passion for science, this is a very good book for making quantum theory, a little more accessible.
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At any rate I found this particular book useful in introducing me to certain facets of quantum physics and gave it an appropriate rating. Lists with This Book. The way in which the topics are explained is amazing, complex principles like spin doctoring, quantum tunneling, and superconductivity alzstair quantum computing to an extent have been explained with very less actually minimal-only few formulas mathematics.
Such is quanhum writing style, that my faith in the fact is affirmed- quantum physics is NOT rocket science. Jan 31, Beverley Wakefield rated it really liked it. A great introduction to the world of Quantum Physics. Dieter Orens rated it really liked it Jul 26, Thanks for telling us about the problem.
The threedimensional Schrodinger equations. Deanna rated it it was ok May 20, I would not envy the task of having to explain this science without the use of any equations beyond basic algebra! Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
I wish I could have understood the book more than I did. Also some charts were missing some lines, which made it difficult to interpret th A decent work introducing the non-scientist to the concepts of quantum physics. No trivia or quizzes yet. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Feb 28, Minh added it. Mar 28, Rakesh Akkineni rated it it was amazing. I just wanted to explore Quantum Physics’ concepts as I was always interested in it, but I guess I really need to work on my classical physics first.
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Published July 1st by Oneworld Publications first published January 1st This seems unnecessarily confusing, mechankcs for a general audience reader. There is a pretty great balance between attempting to introduce and explain the mathematical root of the ideas, and the concepts that they imply. Focusing on the role quantum physics plays mrchanics our day to day lives as individuals and as a society was a clever way to find that balance.
For more than 25 years, Alastair Rae’s Quantum Mechanics has been one of the most highly regarded textbooks in this area.
The section on Quantum Cryptography and Computing was really intriguing to me. Drawing on a wealth of expertise to explain just what a fascinating field quantum physics is, Rae points out that it is not simply a maze of technical jargon and philosophical ideas, but a reality which affects our daily lives.
Sep 19, Quantum Mechanics, Fifth Edition. I skipped the last three chapters. Cementing its reputation as an exceptional introductory textbook, Quantum Mechanics, Fifth Edition fully covers the concepts of quantum mechanics taught in an undergraduate physics course and provides the foundation necessary for other specialized courses.
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If mechanis not into math or science, you may not like this. Back then I was very interested in learning more about quantum physics but was faced with the significant obstacle of my mathematical incompetence.
This idea didn’t hold true for the whole book.