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Description This widely-regardedclassic presents the major advances in the fundamentals of quantumphysics. No familiarity with relativistic quantum mechanics orquantum field theory is presupposed, but the reader is assumed tobe familiar withMoreDescription This widely-regardedclassic presents the major advances in the fundamentals of quantumphysics. No familiarity with relativistic quantum mechanics orquantum field theory is presupposed, but the reader is assumed tobe familiar with non-relativistic quantum mechanics, classicalthermodynamics and classical mechanics. For Sale in Indiansubcontinent only Part I: Classical Fields Particles & Fields a Discrete and Continuous Mechanical Systems Classical Scalar Fields Classical Maxwell Fields Vector Potentials in Quantum Mechanics. Part II: The Quantum Theory of Radiation Classical Radiation Field Creation, Annihilation, and Number Operators Quantized Radiation Field Emission and Absorption of Photons by Atoms Rayleigh Scattering, Thomson Scattering and the Rama Effect Radiation Damping and Resonance Fluorescence Dispersion Relations and Causality The Self-energy of a Bound Electron- the Lamb Shift Part III: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics of Spin-1/2Particles Probability Conservation in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics The Dirac Equation Simple Solutions- Non-Relativistic Approximations- Plane Waves Relativistic Covariance Bilinear Covariants Dirac Operators in the Heisenberg Representation Zitterbewegung and Negative-Energy Solutions Central Force Problems- the Hydrogen Atom Hole Theory and Charge Conjugation Quantization of the Dirac Field Weak Interactions and Parity Nonconservation- the Two-Component Neutrino Part IV: Covariant Perturbation Theory Natural Units and Dimensions S-Matrix Expansion in the Interaction Representation + First Order Processes- Mott Scattering and Hyperon Decay Two-photon annihilation and Compton Scattering- the Electron Propagator Feynmans Space-Time Approach to the Electron Propagator Moller Scattering and the Photon Propagator- One Meson Exchange Interactions Mass and Charge Renormalization- Radiative Corrections The late J. J. Sakurai , noted theorist in particle physics, was bornin Tokyo, Japan, in 1933. He received his B ADVANCED QUANTUM MECHANICS by J.J. Sakurai