|The Philosophy of Space and Time |
by Hans Reichenbach
A clear, penetrating exposition of developments in physical science and mathematics brought about by non-Euclidean geometries, including in-depth coverage of the foundations of geometry, theory of time, other topics.
|Quantum Theory |
by David Bohm
This advanced undergraduate-level text presents the quantum theory in terms of qualitative and imaginative concepts, followed by specific applications worked out in mathematical detail.
|Primer of Quantum Mechanics |
by Marvin Chester
Introductory text builds the mathematical machinery of quantum theory in Dirac Notation directly from the philosophical world view embedded in quantum mechanics. 1992 edition.
|Quantum Mechanics and Path Integrals: Emended Edition |
by Richard P. Feynman, Albert R. Hibbs, Daniel F. Styer
The Nobel Prize–winning physicist presents unique insights into his theory and its applications. Feynman starts with fundamentals and advances to the perturbation method, quantum electrodynamics, and statistical mechanics. 1965 edition, emended in 2005.
|Quantum Mechanics in Simple Matrix Form |
by Thomas F. Jordan
With this text, basic quantum mechanics becomes accessible to undergraduates with no background in mathematics beyond algebra. Includes more than 100 problems and 38 figures. 1986 edition.
|Introduction to the Quantum Theory: Third Edition |
by David Park
Geared toward upper-level undergraduates and graduate students, this self-contained first course in quantum mechanics covers basic theory and selected applications and includes numerous problems of varying difficulty. 1992 edition.
|Relativistic Quantum Fields |
by Charles Nash
This graduate-level text contains techniques for performing calculations in quantum field theory. It focuses chiefly on the dimensional method and the renormalization group methods. Additional topics include functional integration and differentiation. 1978 edition.
|The Strange Story of the Quantum |
by Banesh Hoffmann
Timeless exploration of the work of the great physicists of the early 20th century offers an accessible introduction to Pauli's exclusion principle, Schroedinger's wave equation, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, more. 1959 edition.
|Applications of Group Theory in Quantum Mechanics |
by M. I. Petrashen, J. L. Trifonov
This advanced text explores the theory of groups and their matrix representations. The main focus rests upon point and space groups, with applications to electronic and vibrational states. 1969 edition.
|Group Theory and Quantum Mechanics |
by Michael Tinkham
Graduate-level text develops group theory relevant to physics and chemistry and illustrates their applications to quantum mechanics, with systematic treatment of quantum theory of atoms, molecules, solids. 1964 edition.
|Lectures on Quantum Mechanics |
by Paul A. M. Dirac
Four concise, brilliant lectures on mathematical methods in quantum mechanics from Nobel Prize–winning quantum pioneer build on idea of visualizing quantum theory through the use of classical mechanics.
|Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics |
by George W. Mackey
This graduate-level text introduces fundamentals of classical mechanics; surveys basics of quantum mechanics; and concludes with a look at group theory and quantum mechanics of the atom. 1963 edition.
|The Mathematical Principles of Quantum Mechanics |
by Derek F. Lawden
Focusing on the principles of quantum mechanics, this text for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students introduces and resolves special physical problems with more than 100 exercises. 1967 edition.
|Operator Methods in Quantum Mechanics |
by Martin Schechter
This text introduces techniques related to physical theory. Entire book is devoted to a particle moving in a straight line; students develop techniques by answering questions about the particle. 1981 edition.
|The Physical Principles of the Quantum Theory |
by Werner Heisenberg
Nobel Laureate discusses quantum theory, uncertainty, wave mechanics, work of Dirac, Schroedinger, Compton, Einstein, others. "An authoritative statement of Heisenberg's views on this aspect of the quantum theory." — Nature.
|Problems in Quantum Mechanics |
by I. I. Gol’dman, V. D. Krivchenkov
A comprehensive collection of problems of varying degrees of difficulty in nonrelativistic quantum mechanics, with answers and completely worked-out solutions. An ideal adjunct to any textbook in quantum mechanics.
|Quantum Mechanics: New Approaches to Selected Topics |
by Harry J. Lipkin
Acclaimed as "excellent" (Nature) and "very original and refreshing" (Physics Today), these studies examine the Mössbauer effect, many-body quantum mechanics, scattering theory, Feynman diagrams, and relativistic quantum mechanics. 1973 edition.
|Quantum Mechanics in Hilbert Space: Second Edition |
by Eduard Prugovecki
A rigorous, critical presentation of the mathematics of nonrelativistic quantum mechanics, this text is suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in functional analysis. Exercises, hints, solutions. 1981 edition.
|Linear Operators for Quantum Mechanics |
by Thomas F. Jordan
Suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students, this compact treatment examines linear space, functionals, and operators; diagonalizing operators; operator algebras; and equations of motion. 1969 edition.
|The Quantum Theory of Radiation: Third Edition |
by W. Heitler
The first comprehensive treatment of quantum physics in any language, this classic introduction to basic theory remains highly recommended and widely used, both as a text and as a reference. 1954 edition.
|Stochastic Methods in Quantum Mechanics |
by Stanley P. Gudder
This introductory survey of stochastic methods and techniques in quantum physics, functional analysis, probability theory, communications, and electrical engineering also serves as a useful and comprehensive reference volume. 1979 edition.
|The Theory of Groups and Quantum Mechanics |
by Hermann Weyl
This landmark text applies group theory to quantum mechanics, first covering unitary geometry, quantum theory, groups and their representations, then applications themselves — rotation, Lorentz, permutation groups, symmetric permutation groups, more.
|Sources of Quantum Mechanics |
by B. L. van der Waerden
17 seminal papers, published from 1917 to 1926, develop and formulate quantum theory. Contributors include Einstein, Bohr, Born, Van Vleck, Heisenberg, Dirac, Pauli, and Jordan. An introduction provides historical perspective.