Elements of Quantum Mechanics of Infinite Systems
Liczba stron: 194
Wydanie: 1985 r.
<p> </p><p><em>“I found these notes extremely rewarding because not only did they enlarge my physics horizon but they did so where it counts.”</em></p><p><em>Physics Today, 1988</em></p><p> </p><p><em>“Remarkable clarity and deep physical insight make this book both a valuable tool for theoretical physics students and pleasant reading for researchers in various fields of pure and applied quantum mechanics.”</em></p><p><em>Mathematical Reviews, 1987</em></p><p> </p><p>This book is a collection of lecture notes discussing the basic features of the Quantum Mechanics of Infinite Systems such as collective phenomena, spontaneous symmetry breaking, etc. The mathematical precision has been reduced to a minimum in order to communicate the main ideas to a larger audience including those who are not mathematically meinded. It is aimed at helping students who have difficulty in finding accessible and compact expositions of the material in standard textbooks.</p>