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 Wick, David, 1950
 New York : Copernicus, ©1995.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xvii, 310 pages) : illustrations
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 Prologue I: Atoms
 Prologue II: Quanta
 Revolution, Part I: Heisenbergs Matrices
 Revolution, Part II: Schrdingers Waves
 Uncertainty
 Complementarity
 The Debate Begins
 The Impossibility Theorem
 EPR
 The PostWar Heresies
 Bells Theorem
 Dice Games and Conspiracies
 Testing Bell
 Loopholes
 The Impossible Observed
 Paradoxes
 Philosophies
 Principles
 Opinions
 Speculations
 Postscript
 Appendix by William Faris.
 Helrich, Carl S., author.
 Cham : Springer, [2021]
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color)
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 Chapter 1
 Atomic Theory
 Chapter 2
 Electromagnetic Radiation
 Chapter 3
 Experimental Successes
 Chapter 4
 De Broglie's Particle Wave
 Chapter 5
 Schrodinger's Equation
 Chapter 6
 Formulation.
4. The development of the action principle : a didactic history from EulerLagrange to Schwinger [2021]
 Dittrich, Walter.
 Cham : Springer, 2021.
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 Book — 1 online resource Digital: text file.PDF.
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 Short Historical Introduction
 Curva Elastica
 The Curva Elastica, a Curve of Least Energy
 From Euler to Lagrange
 Laplace and the Capillary
 1807
 A Final Application in Elasticity with Jacobi Elliptic Functions
 Short List of Jacobi Elliptic Functions and Constants Used in Chapter 5
 Variational Methods for Periodic Motions; Mathieu Functions
 Lagrangian for Isentropic Irrotational Flow
 Action Principle in Classical Electrodynamics
 The Two Giants in Gravity: Einstein and Hilbert
 The Quantum Action Principle
 The Action Principle in Quantum Field Theory
 Quantum Field Theory on SpaceLike Hypersurfaces
 Lagrangian Formulation of Gauge Theories
 Effective Actions (Lagrangians) in Quantum Field Theory
 Modified Photon Propagation Function, Source Theory.
5. Un siècle de quanta [2003]
 Les Ulis [France] : EDP Sciences, ©2003.
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 Book — 1 online resource (181 pages) : illustrations
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 Table des matières; Michel Crozon: un siècle de quanta; I. LES QUANTA DANS L'HISTOIRE;
 1. Continuité et discontinuités dans l'"acte désespéré" de Max Planck (Olivier Darrigol);
 2. La réception de la mécanique quantique chez George Lemaître (Dominique Lambert); II. LES QUANTA DANS LA PHYSIQUE;
 1. La physique quantique à notre échelle (Roger Balian);
 2. Dans l'atome, des mondes quantiques (Philippe Chomaz); III. QUELQUES PERSPECTIVES ACTUELLES;
 1. Une exploration au coeur du monde quantique (Serge Haroche);
 2. Vers des machines quantiques (Daniel Estève et Michel Dévoret).
 Les Ulis : EDP Sciences, ©2005.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xiv, 316 pages) : illustrations
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 Avantpropos; Table des matières; Préface: pourquoi (re)lire les classiques?; Avantpropos; Chap. 1 De l'atomisme grec à la découverte de la radioactivité; Chap. 2 De la relativité à la première quantification; Chap. 3 La construction de la nouvelle mécanique; Chap. 4 De la mécanique quantique relativiste à la théorie quantique des champs; Chap. 5 Les grandes heures de la physique des particules; Chap. 6 Vers l'unification des interactions; Appendice: La physiqure nucléaire dans les années 30 aux EtatsUnis, en France, au Japon et au Brésil; Bibliographie; Index.
7. The golden age of theoretical physics [2001]
 Mehra, Jagdish.
 Singapore ; River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, ©2001.
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 Book — 1 online resource (2 volumes (xix, 1408 pages)) : illustrations
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 v. 1. A. personal introduction
 1. Albert Einstein's 'first' paper
 2. Max Planck and the law of blackbody radiation
 3. Planck's halfquanta: a history of the concept of zeropoint energy
 4. Josiah Willard Gibbs and the foundations of statistical mechanics
 5. Einstein and the foundation of statistical mechanics
 6. Albert Einstein and Marian von Smoluchowski: early history of the theory of fluctuation phenomena
 7. The historical origins of the special theory of relativity
 8. The historical origins of the general theory of relativity
 9. Albert Einstein and the origin of lightquantum theory
 10. Niels Bohr and the quantum theory of the atom
 11. Arnold Sommerfeld and atoms as conditionally periodic systems
 12. The Gottingen tradition of mathematics and physics from Gauss to Hilbert and Born and Franck
 13. The Bohr festival in Gottingen: Bohr's Wolfskehl lectures and the theory of the periodic system of elements
 14. Satyendra Nath Bose, BoseEinstein statistics, and the quantum theory of an ideal gas
 15. Louis de Broglie and the phase waves associated with matter
 16. Wolfgang Pauli and the discovery of the exclusion principle
 17. The discovery of electron spin
 18. The discovery of the FermiDirac statistics.
 v. 2. 19. Werner Heisenberg and the birth of quantum mechanics
 20. 'The golden age of theoretical physics': P.A.M. Dirac's scientific work from 1924 to 1933
 21. Erwin Schrodinger and the rise of wave mechanics. I. Schrodinger's scientific work before the creation of wave mechanics
 22. Erwin Schrodinger and the rise of wave mechanics. II. The creation of wave mechanics
 23. Erwin Schrodinger and the rise of wave mechanics. III. Early response and applications
 24. Niels Bohr's discussions with Albert Einstein, Werner Heisenberg, and Erwin Schrodinger: the origins of the principles of uncertainty and complementarity
 25. Eugene Paul Wigner: aspects of his life, work, and personality
 26. Lev Davidovich Landau: some aspects of his life and personality
 27. The origin of quantum field theory
 28. The Solvay Conferences of 1927 and 1930 and the consistency debate
 29. Relativistic electrons and quantum fields
 30. New elementary particles in nuclear and cosmicray physics
 31. Between hope and despair: quantum electrodynamics in the 1930s
 32. Universal nuclear forces and Yukawa's new intermediate mass particle (19331937)
 33. New fields describing elementary particles, their properties and interactions
 34. Energy generation in stars and the origins of nuclear fission
 35. The EinsteinBohr debate on the completion of quantum mechanics and its description of reality (19311936)
 36. The quantum principle: its interpretation and epistemology
 37. The dream of Leonardo da Vinci.
 Kojevnikov, Alexei, author.
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2020]
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 Book — 1 online resource (xi, 126 pages) : illustrations
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 Chapter 1  Introduction
 1.1 KnabenPhysik
 1.2 "Mecca of Theoretical Physics"
 Chapter 2  Scandinavian Settings
 2.1 Experiment under Theory
 2.2 New Blood
 2.3 Meanings of Internationalism
 Chapter 3  International Networking
 3.1 The Manchester Link
 3.2 First German Connection
 3.3 New Partners
 3.4 The Value of Neutrality
 Chapter 4  A "Kuhnian" Crisis
 4.1 The Field in Disarray
 4.2 American Voyage
 4.3 The Copenhagen Putsch
 Chapter 5  Revolt of the Postdoc
 5.1 Marginal Intruders and the Light Quantum
 5.2 Inflation and QuasiFree Postdocs
 5.3 Werner Heisenberg's Wanderjahre
 5.4 Quantum Mechanics Community
 Chapter 6  Philosophical Wrangling
 6.1 The Problem with Quantum Philosophy
 6.2 Matrix Mechanics (Fall 1925)
 6.3 Wave Mechanics (Spring 1926)
 6.4 Quantum Mechanics (Fall 1926)
 6.5 Philosophies of Compromise (1927)
 6.6 Discussion
 Chapter 7  Conclusions and the Forman Thesis.
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 Newton, Roger G.
 Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, ©2009.
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 Book — 1 online resource (ix, 147 pages) : illustrations Digital: data file.
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 Some Quantum History
 Rules and Interpretations
 Einstein's Defection
 From Atomism to Real Particles
 Laws of Motion
 Fields
 New Particles and Their Quantum Origins
 Atoms, Inside and Out
 Methods and Underpinnings.
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 Purrington, Robert D., author.
 New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]
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 Book — 1 online resource (xv, 403 pages) : illustrations
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 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PREFACE PART I. FORBEARS 1. "CLOUDS ON THE HORIZON": NINETEENTHCENTURY ORIGINS AND THE "OLD QUANTUM THEORY" 2. 1913: THE BOHR THEORY OF THE HYDROGEN ATOM 3. TYRANNY OF DATA: ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY TO 1925 4. AFTER THE WAR: QUANTUM THEORY ADRIFT
 THE CORRESPONDENCE PRINCPLE PART II. THEORY 5. AT THE CREATION: THE "NEW QUANTUM THEORY" 6. THE ORIGINS OF WAVE MECHANICS 7. THE END OF CERTAINTY: UNCERTAINTY AND INDETERMINISM 8. FORMALISM, PART I. TRANSFORMATION THEORY 9. FORMALISM, PART II. UNITARITY AND HILBERT SPACE 10. INTRINISC SPIN, THE EXCLUSION PRINCIPLE, AND STATISTICS 11. ANGULAR MOMENTUM, SYMMETRIES, AND CONSERVATION LAWS 12. SCATTERING AND REACTION THEORY 13. RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM MECHANICS AND QUANTUM FIELD THEORY TO 1940: THE RISE OF PARTICLE PHYSICS 14. FOUNDATIONS AND PHILOSOPHY OF QUANTUM MECHANICS: INTERPRETATION AND THE MEASUREMENT PROBLEM PART III. APPLICATIONS: ATOMIC AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS 15. NUCLEAR PHYSICS: THE FIRST THREE DECADES 16. QUANTUM THEORY AND THE BIRTH OF STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS 17. ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR PHYSICS 18. CONDENSED MATTER: SOLIDS AND QUANTUM LIQUIDS 19. EPILOGUE PART IV APPENDIX. HEISENBERG'S ARGUMENT.
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 Whitaker, Andrew, 1946 author.
 First edition.  Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xvi, 460 pages) : illustrations
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 1: A tough start but a good one
 2: The 1950s  Progress on All Fronts
 3: The 1960s  The Year of Greatest Success
 4: The 1970s  Interest Increases
 5: Final Achievements but Final Tragedies
 6: The Work Continues
 7: Work of the Highest Calibre and a Fine Life.
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12. 100 years of Planck's Quantum [2000]
 Duck, Ian, 1933
 Singapore ; River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, ©2000.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 545 pages) : illustrations, portraits
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 pt. 1. ch. I. Planck invents the quantum
 ch. II. Einstein and Compton
 ch. III. Bohr's hydrogen atom
 ch. IV. de Broglie waves
 ch. V. Kramers and Heisenberg
 pt. 2. ch. VI. Heisenberg invents quantum dynamics
 ch. VII. Born, Heisenberg and Jordan
 ch. VIII. Dirac's quantum mechanics
 ch. IX. Schrodinger's wave mechanics
 pt. 3. ch. X. Born's interpretation
 ch. XI. Heisenberg's uncertainty principle
 ch. XII. Bohr's interpretation
 ch. XIII. Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen
 pt. 4. ch. XIV. Bohm and Bell, Clauser and aspect
 ch. XV. Feynman path integral
 ch. XVI. Hartle's interpretation
 ch. XVII. DeWitt's wave function of the universe. Pp. 504516
 ch. XVIII. Deutsch's quantum computer
 ch. XIX. The next 100 years.
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