5 edition of The strange story of the quantum found in the catalog.
The strange story of the quantum
Victoria University Library has Northrop Frye"s copy with his annotations.
|Series||Pelican books -- A587, Frye annotated -- no. 1091|
|LC Classifications||QC174.1 .H6 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
Both the study of fundamental particles and the interpretation of quantum physics make use of aesthetic arguments when arguing about theories, but the two subfields are different in . Penrose first proposed that quantum effects feature in human cognition in his book The Emperor's New Mind. The idea is called Orch-OR, which is short for "orchestrated objective reduction".
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Critical Acclaim for The Strange Story of the Quantum: "The informal and pleasant style of writing facilitates concentration on the subject matter, of which the discussions are regularly accurate, illuminating and provocative." ― Paul Bender, Chemistry and Engineering by: The story of the discovery of quantum mechanics has now congealed into a stock narrative that is repeated ad nauseam with few changes in every introductory chemistry or physics textbook.
Thus it was very refreshing to read this idiosyncratic account from before the stock narrative had quite taken hold.4/5. out of 5 stars Strange Story of the Quantum. Reviewed in the United States on This book is absolutly amazing, with very clear language that anyone could almsot understand.
The beginning of the book does really start off as some dramatic book, but in the end, when all the dots are connected, you get the clearest explanation of /5(12). This timeless exploration of the work of the great physicists of the early 20th century employs analogies, examples, and imaginative insights rather than computations to explain the dramatic impact of quantum physics on classical theory.
Topics include Pauli's exclusion principle, Schroedinger's wave equation, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, and many other concepts. edition. Buy The Strange Story of the Quantum New edition by Banesh Hoffmann (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(7). The Strange Story of the Quantum was a book about experimental theology. Hannah Relf lent her copy to Malcolm Polstead.
Behind the scenes In our world, The Strange Story of the Quantum was written by Banesh t: Experimental theology. Too bad this doesn't quite come off. The writing is vivid, even dramatic, and the author (mathematics professor at Queens College) certainly knows his subject- but he doesn't know his audience.
The intriguing title and the lively chapter-headings all imply a reader level similar to that of Atomics for the Millions, reviewed below. Actually the scope and detail of the book are beyond the.
Completely non-mathematical, yet wholly faithful to the basic concepts of quantum mechanics, this book tells the fascinating story of the most thoroughgoing revolution in physics since the first year of the twentieth century, a professor of theoretical physics in Berlin, Max Planck, suggested that light was not absorbed smoothly, but rather in small bundles or "quanta.".
The strange story of the quantum: an account for the general reader of the growth of the ideas underlying our present atomic knowledge.Dover Publications in English - 2d ed. Critical Acclaim for The Strange Story of the Quantum: "The informal and pleasant style of writing facilitates concentration on the subject matter, of which the discussions are regularly accurate, illuminating and provocative." ― Paul Bender, Chemistry and Engineering NewsBrand: Dover Publications.
QED: The Strange Theory of Light and Matter is an adaptation for the general reader of four lectures on quantum electrodynamics (QED) published in by American physicist and Nobel laureate Richard Feynman. QED was designed to be a popular science book, written in a witty style, and containing just enough quantum-mechanical mathematics to allow the solving of very basic problems in quantum Author: Richard Feynman.
Written by a renowned MIT mathematician, this introduction to the evolution of quantum physics also explores the subject's philosophical implications. Topics include the development of physics from antiquity onward, research pertaining to elementary particles, and the relationship between physical science and issues of philosophy and religion.
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Books. Go Search Hello Select your address /5(10). Addeddate Identifier B Identifier-ark ark://t6p03nn24 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Pages. Get this from a library. The strange story of the quantum: an account for the general reader of the growth of the ideas underlying our present atomic knowledge.
[Banesh Hoffmann] -- "This book is designed to serve as a guide to those who would explore the theories by which the scientist seeks to comprehend the mysterious world of the atom.
The strange story of the quantum; an account for the general reader of the growth of the ideas underlying our present atomic knowledge.
The Strange Story of the Quantum的书评 (全部 8 条) 热门 / 最新 / 好友 广异新 科学出版社版/10(10). Edit Story. in the process of revising my forthcoming book on quantum physics is more strange, but there are ways to make that less weird, too.
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It starts with the initial crisis at the end of the 19th century and follows up all the way to This includes relativisitic quantum theory, the interpretation of quantum theory, QED, QCD, the Standard Model, quantum loop theory and superstring theory.4/5.
The strange story of the quantum. by Banesh Hoffman starting at $ The strange story of the quantum. has 0 available edition to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.Full text of "THE STRANGE STORY OF THE QUANTUM SECOND EDITION" See other formats.Banesh Hoffmann: Strange But True Though Banesh Hoffmann spent most of his teaching career at Queens College in New York, as a young man he worked with Albert Einstein and other members of the Einstein generation at Princeton, and so he was ideally situated to make the attempt to explain quantum theory to the layman/5(7).