Quantum Mechanics
For Scientists and Engineers
This book covers the entire span of quantum mechanics whose developments have taken place during the early part of the twentieth
century up till the present day. We start with the RutherfordBohr model of the atom followed by Schrodinger's wave mechanics with its application to the solution of calculating the energy spectrum
of a particle in a box, the harmonic oscillator and finally the hydrogen atom. Les mer
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This book covers the entire span of quantum mechanics whose developments have taken place during the early part of the twentieth
century up till the present day. We start with the RutherfordBohr model of the atom followed by Schrodinger's wave mechanics
with its application to the solution of calculating the energy spectrum of a particle in a box, the harmonic oscillator and
finally the hydrogen atom. Heisenberg's matrix mechanics and its duality with Schrodinger's wave mechanics, quantum mechanics
in the interaction picture. Dirac's relativistic theory of the electron exhibiting the spin of the electron as a relativistic
effect when it interacts with an external electromagnetic field. Feynman's path integral approach to nonrelativistic quantum
mechanics with is a marvellous intuitive interpretation as a sum over paths and how classical mechanics is obtained from its
limit as Planck' constant tends to zero, methods for computing the spectra of the Dirac Hamiltonian in a radial potential,
quantum field theory as developed by Feynman, Schwinger, Tomonaga and Dyson for describing the interaction between electrons,
positrons, and photons via propagators using both the operator theoretic expansions and Feynman's path integral. We also introduce
time independent and time dependent perturbation theory in quantum mechanics with applications to quantum gate design for
quantum computers forming a major part of the research conducted by the author's research group, Quantum noise introduced
into the Schrodinger and Dirac's equation based on the HudsonParthasarathy quantum stochastic calculus in Boson Fock space,
scattering theory and wave operators with applications to quantum gate design, some aspects of second quantization like the
interpretation of Boson Fock space in terms of harmonic oscillator algebras and the BCS theory of superconductivity, WignerMackeyFrobenius
theory of induced representations of a group with applications to Wigner's theory of particle classification, Dirac's equation
in a gravitational field and YangMills nonAbelian gauge theories with application to the construction of unified quantum
field theories and finally, the more recent theory of supersymmetry which is a BosonFermion unification theory. We have
discussed the statistics of Boson's, Fermions and MaxwellBoltzmann based on entropy maximization. The book is written in
problemsolution format and it would be of use to physicists and engineers interested respectively in developing unified field
theories and in the design of quantum gates.
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Utgitt:
2021
Forlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 208
ISBN: 9781032117645
Format: 25 x 18 cm
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1. Wave and Matrix Mechanics of Schrodinger, Heisenberg and Dirac 2. Exactly Solvable Schrodinger Problems, Perturbation Theory,
Quantum Gate Design 3. Open Quantum Systems, Tensor Products, Fock Space Calculus, Feynman’s Path Integral 4. Quantum Field
Theory, Many Particle Systems 5. Quantum Gates, Scattering Theory, Noise in Schrodinger and Dirac’s Equations 6. Quantum Stochastics,
Filtering, Control and Coding, Hypothesis Testing and NonAbelian Gauge Fields 7. Master Equations, NonAbelian Gauge Fields
Harish Parthasarathy, Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT), New Delhi, India.