Products in Quantum Mechanics
|Applications of Group Theory in Quantum Mechanics |
by M. I. Petrashen, J. L. Trifonov
This advanced text explores the theory of groups and their matrix representations. The main focus rests upon point and space groups, with applications to electronic and vibrational states. 1969 edition.
|Electrodynamics and Classical Theory of Fields and Particles |
by A. O. Barut
Comprehensive graduate-level text by a distinguished theoretical physicist reveals the classical underpinnings of modern quantum field theory. Topics include space-time, Lorentz transformations, conservation laws, equations of motion, Green’s functions, and more. 1964 edition.
|Elementary Quantum Mechanics |
by David S. Saxon
This volume focuses on the formulas of quantum mechanics rather than on applications. Topics include the dual nature of matter and radiation, state functions, linear momentum, motion of a free particle, and more. 1968 edition.
|Fractals, Chaos, Power Laws: Minutes from an Infinite Paradise |
by Manfred Schroeder
A fascinating exploration of the connections between chaos theory, physics, biology, and mathematics, this book abounds in award-winning computer graphics, optical illusions, and games that clarify memorable insights into self-similarity. 1992 edition.
|Gauge Theory and Variational Principles |
by David Bleecker
Covers principal fiber bundles and connections; curvature; particle fields, Lagrangians, and gauge invariance; inhomogeneous field equations; free Dirac electron fields; calculus on frame bundle; and unification of gauge fields and gravitation. 1981 edition
|Group Theory: The Application to Quantum Mechanics |
by Paul H. E. Meijer, Edmond Bauer
Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students receive an introduction to problem-solving by means of eigenfunction transformation properties with this text, which focuses on eigenvalue problems in which differential equations or boundaries are unaffected by certain rotations or translations. 1965 edition.
|An Introduction to Relativistic Quantum Field Theory |
by Silvan S. Schweber
Complete, systematic, and self-contained, this text introduces modern quantum field theory. "Combines thorough knowledge with a high degree of didactic ability and a delightful style." — Mathematical Reviews. 1961 edition.
|Introduction to the Quantum Theory: Third Edition |
by David Park
Geared toward upper-level undergraduates and graduate students, this self-contained first course in quantum mechanics covers basic theory and selected applications and includes numerous problems of varying difficulty. 1992 edition.
|Lectures on Quantum Mechanics |
by Paul A. M. Dirac
Four concise, brilliant lectures on mathematical methods in quantum mechanics from Nobel Prize–winning quantum pioneer build on idea of visualizing quantum theory through the use of classical mechanics.
|Linear Operators for Quantum Mechanics |
by Thomas F. Jordan
Suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students, this compact treatment examines linear space, functionals, and operators; diagonalizing operators; operator algebras; and equations of motion. 1969 edition.
|The Many-Body Problem in Quantum Mechanics |
by N.H. March, W.H. Young, S. Sampanthar
Single-volume account of methods used in dealing with many-body problem and resulting physics. Single-particle approximations, Fermi fluids, superconductivity, much more. Problems. 1967 edition.
|Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics |
by George W. Mackey
This graduate-level text introduces fundamentals of classical mechanics; surveys basics of quantum mechanics; and concludes with a look at group theory and quantum mechanics of the atom. 1963 edition.
|The Mathematical Principles of Quantum Mechanics |
by Derek F. Lawden
Focusing on the principles of quantum mechanics, this text for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students introduces and resolves special physical problems with more than 100 exercises. 1967 edition.
|Notes on the Quantum Theory of Angular Momentum |
by Eugene Feenberg, George Edward Pake
Informative review considers development of fundamental commutation relations for angular momentum components and vector operators. Additional topics include computation and application of matrix elements of scalar, vector, and tensor operators.
|On the Quantum Theory of Line-Spectra |
by Niels Bohr
The celebrated Nobel Laureate discusses the applications of line-spectra theory from a uniform standpoint, and he considers the assumptions underlying their relations to ordinary mechanics and electrodynamics. 1918–1922 editions.
|Operator Methods in Quantum Mechanics |
by Martin Schechter
This text introduces techniques related to physical theory. Entire book is devoted to a particle moving in a straight line; students develop techniques by answering questions about the particle. 1981 edition.