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Date: 2007
Page count: 303 pages
Format: B/5
ISBN: 978-963-9664-43-2
Category: Math, Informatics and Science
Series: Theoretical physics

Original price: 3500 Ft

Quantum Mechanics

This university textbook on quantum mechanics is meant for use on various levels of teaching. The first two chapters provide a non-technical introduction that can be included in the curriculum of any natural science; chapters 1 to 5 cover an undergraduate course. From chapter 6 on, it is a detailed graduate course for physics majors. Beside standard material, it contains some novel topics like Bell inequalities, Aharonov-Bohm effect and Berry phases, quantum Zeno effect, quantum jump experiments, quantum non-demolition, ion traps, laser cooling, theory of environment-induced decoherence, and a short overview of basic theoretical and experimental approaches to quantum information.

Tamás Geszti professor of physics. Department of Physics of Complex Systems, Eötvös University.