Quantum Mechanics

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Author: H.A. Kramers

Publisher: Courier Dover Publications

ISBN: 048682473X

Category: Science

Page: 512

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Masterful exposition develops important concepts from experimental evidence and theory related to wave nature of free particles. Topics include classical mechanics of point particles and problems of atomic and molecular structure. 1957 edition.

The Correspondence Principle (1918 - 1923)

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Author: J.R. Nielsen

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080871011

Category: Science

Page: 702

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During this period Bohr's researches had a double aim: to develop a consistent and adequate quantum theory and to explain the structures and properties of the elements of the periodic system. ``The Correspondence Principle'' contains the papers and manuscripts dealing mainly with the elaboration of the general quantum theory.

Erwin Schrodinger

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Author: Michel Bitbol

Publisher: Atlantica Séguier Frontières

ISBN: 9782863321164

Category: Physics

Page: 460

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Early Quantum Electrodynamics

A Sourcebook

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Author: Arthur I. Miller

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521568913

Category: Science

Page: 288

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A panoramic view during 1927-1938 of the development of quantum electrodynamics.

“The” Conceptual Completion and the Extensions of Quantum Mechanics 1932 - 1941 ; Epilogue: Aspects of the Further Development of Quantum Theory 1942 - 1999

6, The completion of quantum mechanics 1926 - 1941Pt. 2

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Author: Jagdish Mehra,Helmut Rechenberg

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387951829

Category: Computers

Page: 1614

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Quantum Theory, together with the principles of special and general relativity, constitute a scientific revolution that has profoundly influenced the way in which we think about the universe and the fundamental forces that govern it. The Historical Development of Quantum Theory is a definitive historical study of that scientific work and the human struggles that accompanied it from the beginning. Drawing upon such materials as the resources of the Archives for the History of Quantum Physics, the Niels Bohr Archives, and the archives and scientific correspondence of the principal quantum physicists, as well as Jagdish Mehra's personal discussions over many years with most of the architects of quantum theory, the authors have written a rigorous scientific history of quantum theory in a deeply human context. This multivolume work presents a rich account of an intellectual triumph: a unique analysis of the creative scientific process. The Historical Development of Quantum Theory is science, history, and biography, all wrapped in the story of a great human enterprise. Its lessons will be an aid to those working in the sciences and humanities alike.||Comments by distinguished physicists on "The Historical Development of Quantum Theory":||"¿the most definitive work undertaken by anyone on this vast and most important development in the history of physics. Jagdish Mehra, trained in theoretical physics under Pauli, Heisenberg, and Dirac, pursued the vision of his youth to write about the historical and conceptual development of quantum theory in the 20th century¿This series of books on the HDQT has thus become the most authentic and permanent source of our knowledge of how quantum theory, its extensions and applications developed. My heartfelt congratulations."|-Hans A. Bethe, Nobel Laureate||"A thrilling and magnificent achievement!"|-Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, FRS, Nobel Laureate||"¿capture(s) precisely, accurately, and thoroughly the very essence and all the fundamental details of the theory, and that is a remarkable achievement¿I have greatly enjoyed reading these books and learned so many new things from them. This series of books will remain a permanent source of knowledge about the creation and development of quantum theory. Congratulations!"|-Paul A. Dirac, FRS, Nobel Laureate||"The wealth and accuracy of detail in 'The Historical Development of Quantum Theory' are breathtaking."|-Richard P. Feynman, Nobel Laureate