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eBook Notes on Quantum Mechanics (Phoenix Science S.) ePub

by Enrico Fermi

  • ISBN: 0226243613
  • Category: Physics
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Enrico Fermi
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr (June 1, 1961)
  • Pages: 178
  • ePub book: 1190 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1854 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 484

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The lecture notes presented here in facsimile were prepared by Enrico Fermi for students of his course at the University of Chicago in 1954.

The lecture notes presented here in facsimile were prepared by Enrico Fermi for students of his course at the University of Chicago in 1954. They are vivid examples of Fermi's unique ability to lecture simply and clearly on the most essential aspects of quantum mechanics. At the close of each lecture, Fermi created a single problem for his students. These challenging exercises were not included in Fermi's notes but were preserved in the notes of his students.

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Physics Quantum Theory Science Science & Math Science & Math Science & Scientists Science & Technology Textbooks. This is a delightful booklet. It contains the handwritten notes prepared by Fermi for his lectures at Chicago. More by Enrico Fermi. Neutron Physics for Nuclear Reactors: Unpublished Writings by Enrico Fermi. O. Pisanti, Enrico Fermi. Notes on Thermodynamics and Statistics. They are marvellously organized, with all derivations clearly given, together with the motivations and examples.

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Notes on Quantum Mechanics. Quantity in stock: 3. € 3. 9. Description for Notes on Quantum Mechanics Paperback. The lecture notes presented here in facsimile were prepared by the Nobel Prize winner, Enrico Fermi, for students taking his course at the University of Chicago in 1954. Num Pages: 196 pages, 5 line drawings. BIC Classification: PHQ.

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Notes On Quantum Mechanics book. The lecture notes presented here in facsimile were prepared by Enrico Fermi for students of his course at the University of Chicago in 1954

Notes On Quantum Mechanics book. The lecture notes presented here in facsimile were prepared by Enrico Fermi for students of his course at the University of Chicago in 1954.

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The lecture notes presented here in facsimile were prepared by Enrico Fermi for students taking his course at the University of Chicago in 1954

The lecture notes presented here in facsimile were prepared by Enrico Fermi for students taking his course at the University of Chicago in 1954. They provide examples of his ability to lecture simply and clearly on the most essential aspects of quantum mechanics.

Enrico Fermi, Robert A. Schluter. These challenging exercises were not included in Fermi's notes but were preserved in the notes of his students

Quantum mechanics (QM; also known as quantum physics, quantum theory, the wave mechanical model, or matrix mechanics), including quantum field theory, is a fundamental theory in physics which describes nature at the smallest – including atomic and s. .

Quantum mechanics (QM; also known as quantum physics, quantum theory, the wave mechanical model, or matrix mechanics), including quantum field theory, is a fundamental theory in physics which describes nature at the smallest – including atomic and subatomic – scales. Classical physics, the description of physics existing before the formulation of the theory of relativity and of quantum mechanics, describes nature at ordinary (macroscopic) scale.

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Kemath Kemath
This is not only a book but a print copy of Fermi's original handwritings!!! May have much historical value as well as pedagogical.
Orll Orll
I am always surprised of how few physicists are aware of the existence of these handwritten notes. They are easy to read, concise, to the point, and make for both an excellent introduction to Quantum Mechanics and a text of reference. Fermi was notoriously a great teacher, and the fact that these notes are still handwritten and never edited actually add to them, making this a unique text. I still find myself going through it to check this formula or that derivation. When I have first learnt QM, three completely different books were dear to me: Dirac's, Landau's and this one by Fermi. Why would somebody learn the subject from anybody else?
Oppebro Oppebro
Wonderful text. Cuts through mounds of verbiage of introductory books on Q/M to the essential core. Must be read as a synopsis and guide to the subject. This short book gets one rights into it. The books by Van Der Waarden on Sources of Q/Mechanics and the book by Schrodinger nicely supplement this. The finely sculpted book by Dirac Prin of Q/M is the eternally definitive description. Dirac's Lectures in Q/M tackles quantization which played such an important role in later developments. The mathematics of Quantum Mechanics is classical stuff of usual math syllabus in this area, mainly partial differential equations. It is only later developments that sought general properties of these in abstract algebraic terms.
Tygralbine Tygralbine
I bought this book based on the good reviews here. Sigh! I can hardly read his writings. I agree with all reviewers that Fermi is an excellent physicist and assume that this is a good book. I wish someone typeset the book, which is less than 200 pages in human writings. Make it legible and it will be readable.
JOGETIME JOGETIME
The book was in excellent condition, although it took a month for its arrival (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). But the delay was a minor problem, and should I need, in the future, to acquire another book from this seller I will do so without hesitation.