Quantum Physics of Atoms, Molecules, Solids, Nuclei, and Particles, Volume 1A revision of a successful junior/senior level text, this introduction to elementary quantum mechanics clearly explains the properties of the most important quantum systems. Emphasizes the applications of theory, and contains new material on particle physics, electronpositron annihilation in solids and the Mossbauer effect. Includes new appendices on such topics as crystallography, Fourier Integral Description of a Wave Group, and TimeIndependent Perturbation Theory. 
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THERMAL RADIATION AND PLANCKS POSTULATE  1 
DE BROGLIES POSTULATEWAVELIKE PROPERTIES  55 
SOLUTIONS OF TIMEINDEPENDENT  176 
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QUANTUM PHYSICS: OF ATOMS, MOLECULES, SOLIDS, NUCLEI AND PARTICLES Robert Martin Eisberg No preview available  2006 
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