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Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Statistics – Khinchin
In this post, we will see the book Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Statistics by A. I. Khinchin. About the book In the area of quantum statistics, I show that a rigorous and systematic mathematical basis of the computational formulas of … Continue reading
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Tagged canonical averaging, elementary particles, linear operators, mathematics, microcanonical averages, particles, physical quantities, physics, planck formula, quantum mechanics, quantum statistics, soviet, states, stationary states, statistics of photons, theory of probability, thermodynamics
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ABC’s of Quantum Mechanics – Rydnik (LaTeX version)
We have already seen this book earlier. But this post is to bring to your notice the electronic version of the book typeset using LuaLaTeX. The book has come out nicely. Of course, it could have been better! I have … Continue reading
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Tagged atoms, elementary, history, latex, nuclei, particles, physics, quanta, quantum mechanics
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On The Way To Super Elements (Scientists To School Children) – Flerov, Ilyinov
In this post, we will see the book On The Way To Super Elements (Scientists To School Children) by G. N. Flerov and A. S. Ilyinov. This book is a part of the series Scientists To School Children. About the … Continue reading
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Tagged artificial, elementary particles, elements, fission, ion beams, nuclear physics, nuclear reactors, particles, periodic law, physics, popular science, radioactivity, stability, transuranium
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This Amazingly Symmetrical World – Tarasov
In this post, we will see the book This Amazingly Symmetrical World by Lev Tarasov. As we had written in the earlier post with Tarasov’s Calculus, which was remade electronically using LaTeX typesetting engine, this is another of his books which have … Continue reading
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Tagged architecture, art, atoms, borders, conservation laws, cpt invariance, crystal, elementary, escher, interactions, lattice, lepton, nature, nuclear physics, ozma, particles, patterns, physics, quantum mechanics, quarks, relativity, symmetry, tesselations, violation
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