QUANTUM MECHANICS 1965 DAVYDOV Physics theory molecule Nuclear Solid state force For Sale
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QUANTUM MECHANICS 1965 DAVYDOV Physics theory molecule Nuclear Solid state force:
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Quantum Mechanics by A.S. Davydov - Translated, Edited and with Additions by D. Ter Haar
* 1965 *
* HARDCOVER BOOK *
from Pergamon Press
the Present Book is an Extended Exposition of a Course of Lectures in Quantum Mechanics Given by the Author Over Several Years to Students of the Physics Department of Moscow University, volume One .
Main Emphasis is upon Physical Ideas and the Mathematical Formalism of the quantum theory of the ...... can be used as an introduction to a study of quantum electrodynamics, nuclear theory, or solid state theory ......
Chapters: The Basic Concepts of Quantum Mechanics // Change of Quantum States in Time // The Connexion Between Quantum Mechanics and Classical Mechanics // Elementary Representation Theory // The Simplest Applications of Quantum Mechanics // The Motion of a Particle in a Central Field of Force // Approximate Methods for Evaluating Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions // The Foundations of a Quasi-Relativistic Quantum Theory of the Motion of a Particle in an External Field // The Theory of Quantum Transitions under the Influence of an External Perturbation // Quantum Theory of Systems Consisting of Identical Particles // Quantum Theory of Scattering // Elementary Theory of Molecules and Chemical Bonds // Basic Ideas of the Quantum Theory of the Solid State // Second Quantisation of Systems of Identical Bosons // Second Quantisation of Systems of Identical Fermions // Mathematical Appendicies // Index
all in this dated 1965, 680 Page Hardcover book is inUsed condition with cover and edge wear and tear and soiling, says on the first page inside book: International Series of Monographs in Natural Philosophy Volume One , HAS NO MUSTY,NO MILDEWY, NO MOLDY STAINS, NO ODORS, COMES FROM PET FREE AND SMOKE FREE HOME.and sayson the first page inside book: International Series of Monographs in Natural PhilosophyVolumeOne and book measures about 9.75" x 6.75" x 1.5" thick