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Quantum theory of conducting matter

Newtonian equations of motion for a Bloch electron

by Shigeji Fujita

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Published by Springer in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Quantum electrodynamics,
  • Conduction electrons -- Mathematics,
  • Equations of motion

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 227-235) and index.

    StatementShigeji Fujita and Kei Ito.
    ContributionsIto, Kei, 1971-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC680 .F84 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 244 p. :
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16522125M
    ISBN 10038774102X
    ISBN 109780387741024
    LC Control Number2007932415

    It can be described quantitatively, to a staggering accuracy. Historical basis of quantum theory Basic considerations At a fundamental level, both radiation and matter have characteristics of particles and waves. For more than thirty years, physicists have been investigating a theory known as supersymmetry. The study of quantum mechanics is rewarding for several reasons.

    It may seem an esoteric and bizarre idea, of no great practical consequence in the everyday world. That first step towards quantum physics came, though, not from the investigation of electrons, but from the investigation of the other key component of QED, photons. Given the wavelength of the light and the geometry of the apparatus i. Contours of constant probability density, often referred to as "clouds", may be drawn around the nucleus of an atom to conceptualize where the electron might be located with the most probability.

    As well as the importance of quantum physics in providing an understanding of the chemistry of life, an understanding of quantum chemistry is an integral part of the recent successes that have been achieved in the field of genetic engineering. The currently active areas of research, high-temperature superconductivity and Quantum Hall Effect, are important subjects in the conducting matter physics, and the authors plan to follow up this book with a second, more advanced book on superconductivity and the Quantum Hall Effect. The book is intended for engineers, applied scientists, and students, though not necessarily specialists in the field of energy storage. One formula, proposed by Wilhelm Wien of Germany, did not agree with observations at long wavelengths, and another, proposed by Lord Rayleigh John William Strutt of England, disagreed with those at short wavelengths. Science is not and never has been about certainty.


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