Modern Physics 2nd Ed

Author: Krane
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9788126508266
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Modern Physics, 2nd edition is the revision of a modern classic that covers all the major topics in modern physics, including relativity, quantum physics, and their applications.· The Special Theory of Relativity· The Particlelike Properties of Electromagnetic Radiation· The Wavelike Properties of Particles· The Schrödinger Equation· The Rutherford-Bohr Model of the Atom· The Hydrogen Atom in Wave Mechanics· Many-Electron Atoms· Molecular Structure· Statistical Physics· Solid-State Physics· Nuclear Structure and Radioactivity· Nuclear Reactions and Applications· Elementary Particles· Astrophysics and General Relativity· Cosmology: The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Concepts Of Modern Physics Second Edition

Author: Arthur Beiser
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University Physics With Modern Physics

Author: Wolfgang Bauer
Editor: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
ISBN: 0077615018
Size: 13,78 MB
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Bauer & WestfallËs University Physics with Modern Physics,second edition, teaches students the fundamentals of physics through interesting, timely examples, a logical and consistent approach to problem solving, and an outstanding suite of online tools and exercises. Bauer & Westfall, University Physics with Modern Physics, second edition, weaves exciting, contemporary physics throughout the text with coverage of the most recent research by the authors and others in areas such as energy, medicine, and the environment. These contemporary topics are explained in a way that your students will find real, interesting, and motivating. Bauer & WestfallËs University Physics with Modern Physics, second edition, includes the power of McGraw-HillËs LearnSmart--a proven adaptive learning program that helps students learn faster, study more efficiently, and retain more knowledge for greater success. LearnSmart is included in ConnectPlus powered by Maple which features more than 2,500 automatically-graded exercises delivered in an easy-to-use, accurate, and reliable system. Also included is an interactive e-book which allows the student easy access to the explanations they need. Bauer & WestfallËs University Physics with Modern Physics is designed for the calculus-based introductory physics course and is well suited for students in Physics, Engineering, and the Life and Physical Sciences. The text acknowledges the latest advances in physics education with a traditional table of contents.

Computation In Modern Physics

Author: William R Gibbs
Editor: World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN: 9813105569
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The use of computers to solve modern scientific problems is very widespread. The impact of the improvement of our techniques on the solution of complex problems is difficult to overstate. Even our approach to most problems has been changed. Solutions to problems once thought intractable are being routinely secured. Instead of using oversimplified models, as has been the practice for the treatment of scientific systems in the past, the entire problem can now be tackled successfully. The second edition of Computation in Modern Physics develops and presents algorithms for the solution of many types of mathematical systems, some dating as far as the last few centuries, but also quite a number that have been developed within the last 10–50 years. In this latter category, close attention is paid to the rapidly developing area of Monte Carlo techniques, where new conceptual views of physics problems are being brought into play. With this method, problems in a large number of dimensions can be solved through the introduction of a modern method for the representation of multidimensional functions. This invaluable book is suitable for two different levels of computational physics. The first part of the book is of an advanced introductory level and is appropriate for good students with no previous experience in computational methods or any student with some experience. Here the student is introduced to integral and differential techniques, Monte Carlo integration, basic computer architecture, methods of linear algebra, finite element techniques, digital signal processing and chaos. The second part of the book is more specialized for problems in strong interaction with emphasis on solutions to many-body scattering problems and several-body bound state calculations with Monte Carlo techniques. It also contains a chapter dealing with techniques for the summation of divergent series.

Modern Physics

Author: Jeremy I Pfeffer
Editor: World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN: 1908979577
Size: 20,42 MB
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This second edition of the successful textbook, Modern Physics: An Introductory Text, preserves the unique blend of readability, scientific rigour and authenticity that made its predecessor so indispensible a text for non-physics science majors. As in the first edition, it sets out to present 20th century physics in a form accessible and useful to students of the life sciences, medicine, agricultural, earth and environmental sciences. It is also valuable as a first reader and source text for students majoring in the physical sciences and engineering. Two new chapters have been added, one on Einstein's elucidation of Brownian Motion and the second on Quantum Electrodynamics. Taking the discovery of the electron, the formulation of Maxwellian electromagnetism and Einstein's elucidation of Brownian motion as its starting point, the text proceeds to a comprehensive presentation of the three seminal ideas of 20th century physics: Special and General Relativity, Quantum Theory and the Nuclear Atom. From here the text moves on to the new discoveries prompted by these ideas, their impact on our understanding of natural phenomena and their application to the development and invention of the devices and technologies that define the 21st century. Questions, exercises and problems for student assignments are found at the end of each of the six parts into which the text is divided; answers to the numerical questions are at the end of the book. The techniques by which trigonometric functions, phasors (rotating vectors) and complex numbers are employed in the mathematical description of wave motion are summarised in a supplementary section. In consideration of the audience for whom the book is intended, all mathematics other than that required for descriptive or illustrative purposes has been omitted from the main body of the text and incorporated into the 47 worked examples and 11 appendices. Sample Chapter(s) Preface and Table of Contents (69 KB) Chapter 1.1: The Electron (65 KB) Request Inspection Copy

Modern Physics

Author: Randy Harris
Editor: Addison-Wesley Longman
ISBN: 9780805303087
Size: 13,86 MB
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Modern Physics, Second Edition provides a clear, precise, and contemporary introduction to the theory, experiment, and applications of modern physics. This eagerly awaited second edition puts the modern back into modern physics courses. Pedagogical features throughout the text focus the reader on the core concepts and theories while offering optional, more advanced sections, examples, and cutting-edge applications to suit a variety of courses. Critically acclaimed for his lucid style, in the second edition, Randy Harris applies the same insights into recent developments in physics, engineering, and technology. Physics at the Turn of the 20th Century, Special Relativity, Waves and Particles I: Electromagnetic Radiation Behaving as Particles, Waves and Particles II: Matter Behaving as Waves, Bound States: Simple Cases, Unbound States: Obstacles, Tunneling and Particle-Wave Propagation, Quantum Mechanics in Three Dimensions and The Hydrogen Atom, Spin and Atomic Physics, Statistical Mechanics, Bonding: Molecules and Solids, Nuclear Physics, Fundamental Particles and Interactions. For all readers interested in modern physics.

Modern Physics For Scientists And Engineers 2nd Ed

Author: Taylor Zafiratos & Dubson
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ISBN: 9788120328228
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A Modern Introduction To Particle Physics

Author: Fayyazuddin
Editor: World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN: 9813105518
Size: 15,92 MB
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The progress made in particle physics during the last two decades has led to the formulation of the so-called Standard Model of elementary particles and its quantitative experimental test. This book presents that progress, and also includes chapters which provide background on modern particle physics. Particle physics forms an essential part of the physics curriculum. This is a comprehensive book incorporating all the topics for a unified treatment of particle physics. It provides good reference material for researchers in both theoretical and experimental particle physics. It is designed as a semester course for senior undergraduates and for graduate students. Formal quantum field theory is not used. A knowledge of nonrelativistic quantum mechanics is required for some parts of the book, but for the remaining parts familiarity with the Dirac equation and Feynman rules is essential. However, some of these topics are included in an appendix. In this second edition, many chapters (e.g. on electroweak unification) have been revised to bring them up to date. In particular, the chapters on neutrino physics, particle mixing and CP violation, and weak decays of heavy flavors have been rewritten incorporating new material and new data. The heavy quark effective theory has been included.

University Physics Volume 2

Author: Wolfgang Bauer
Editor: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
ISBN: 0077654471
Size: 16,89 MB
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Bauer & WestfallËs University Physics with Modern Physics,second edition, teaches students the fundamentals of physics through interesting, timely examples, a logical and consistent approach to problem solving, and an outstanding suite of online tools and exercises. Bauer & Westfall, University Physics with Modern Physics, second edition, weaves exciting, contemporary physics throughout the text with coverage of the most recent research by the authors and others in areas such as energy, medicine, and the environment. These contemporary topics are explained in a way that your students will find real, interesting, and motivating. Bauer & WestfallËs University Physics with Modern Physics, second edition, includes the power of McGraw-HillËs LearnSmart--a proven adaptive learning program that helps students learn faster, study more efficiently, and retain more knowledge for greater success. LearnSmart is included in ConnectPlus powered by Maple which features more than 2,500 automatically-graded exercises delivered in an easy-to-use, accurate, and reliable system. Also included is an interactive e-book which allows the student easy access to the explanations they need. Bauer & WestfallËs University Physics with Modern Physics is designed for the calculus-based introductory physics course and is well suited for students in Physics, Engineering, and the Life and Physical Sciences. The text acknowledges the latest advances in physics education with a traditional table of contents.

Modern Physics

Author: Randy Harris
Editor:
ISBN: 9781292023267
Size: 19,80 MB
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Modern Physics, Second Edition provides a clear, precise, and contemporary introduction to the theory, experiment, and applications of modern physics. Ideal for both physics majors and engineers, this eagerly awaited second edition puts the modern back into modern physics courses. Pedagogical features throughout the text focus the reader on the core concepts and theories while offering optional, more advanced sections, examples, and cutting-edge applications to suit a variety of students and courses. Critically acclaimed for his lucid style, in the second edition, Randy Harris applies the same insights into recent developments in physics, engineering, and technology.