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  • 340pp. Published December 2017
  • Scientific Research Publishing, Inc.,USA.
  • Category: Physics & Mathematics
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-393-2
  • (Paperback) USD 129.00
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-394-9
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Physical Principles of Quantum Mechanics (In Agreement with Einstein's Views)
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In this monograph, the author presents a new approach to non-relativistic quantum mechanics. The monograph has four parts. In Part One the basic results of the theory of probability and of quantum mechanics are established. In Part Two the monadic properties of individual systems are derived from stationary state functions. In Part Three, the collectivistic properties of statistical assemblies are derived from superposed state functions. In Part Four, the experimental methods for determining various physical quantities are mentioned.

Components of the Book:
  • FRONT MATTER
    • PREFACE
  • PART ONE: FUNDAMENTALS
  • CHAPTER I: THE STATES OF AN ATOMIC SYSTEM
    • 1. Preliminary Considerations
    • 2. The States of a Quantum Mechanical System
  • CHAPTER II: THE THEORY OF PROBABILITY
    • 3. The Theory of Probability
  • CHAPTER III: THE PRINCIPLES OF QUANTUM MECHANICS
    • 4. Basic Results
  • CHAPTER IV: SOME METHEMATICAL RESULTS
    • 5. Hermitian Operators
    • 6. The Dirac Delta Function
    • 7. Momentum Operator
    • 8. Angular Momentum Operator
    • 9. Commutation Relations
  • PART TWO: QUANTUM MECHANICS OF INDIVIDUAL SYSTEMS
  • CHAPTER V: STATES OF SINGLE-PARTICLE SYSTEMS
    • 10. General Features of Discrete States
    • 11. General Features of Indiscrete States
    • 12. Free Particle
    • 13. Approximate State Functions
    • 14. States of a System Consisting of a Charged Particle
  • CHAPTER VI: STATES OF TWO-PARTICLE SYSTEMS
    • 15. Two Particles Bound by Mutual Interaction
    • 16. Two Particles Bound to Potentials Having Common Origin
    • 17. Two Identical Particles Bound to a Potential.
  • CHAPTER VII: SPIN ANGULAR MOMENTUM
    • 18. The New Physical Quantity
    • 19. States of a System Consisting of a Particle of Spin 1/2
    • 20. Interchange Symmetry and Spin
  • CHAPTER VIII: SYSTEMS CONSISTING OF MANY PARTICLES, ATOMS
    • 21. An Atom Consisting of Many Electrons
    • 22. Iternal Interactions
    • 23. External Interactions
  • CHPATER IX: SYSTEMS CONSITING OF MANY PARTICLES, NUCLEI
    • 24. Applicability of Quantum Mechanics to a Nucleus
    • 25. Nuclear Potential
    • 26. States of Nuclei
  • CHAPTER X: STATES OF SOME SIMPLE SYSTEMS
    • 27. A Particle in a Potential Well
    • 28. A Harmonic Oscillator
    • 29. A Rigid Rotator
    • 30. A Hydrogen-Like System
  • PART THREE: QUANTUM MECHANICS OF STATISTICAL ASSEMBLIES
  • CHAPTER XI: ELASTIC SCATTERING OF PARTICLES BY LOCALISED POTENTIALS
    • 31. Scattering by a Spherically Symmetric Potential
    • 32. Resonance-Like Scattering in the Presence of a Discrete Energy Level
    • 33. Scattering by a Pair of Potentials
    • 34. Scattering by Periodically Located Potentials
    • 35. The Neutron Interferometer
    • 36. Elastic Scattering of Particles by Particles
  • CHAPTER XII: INDUCED TRANSITIONS BETWEEN STATES
    • 37. General Considerations
    • 38. A General Expression for the Probability of a State
    • 39. Direct Transitions under Harmonic Inducement
    • 40. Direct Transitions Induced by a Transient Potential
    • 41. Transitions through Intermediate States
    • 42. Conservation of Energy during Induced Transitions
    • 43. Selection Rules for Transitions Induced by Symmetric Potentials
    • 44. Transitions Induced by Electromagnetic Radiation
    • 45. General Features of Multipole Radiation
  • CHAPTER XIII: INDUCED TRANSITIONS INVOLVING SPIN ONLY
    • 46. Resonance Transitions
    • 47. Non-Resonance Transitions
  • CHAPTER XIV: TRANSITIONS INDUCED BY SUBQUANTUM RANDOM FORCES
    • 48. Transitions between Free-Particle States
    • 49. Transition from a Bound State to a Free-Particle State
    • 50. Subjective Application of Probability to a Particular
  • CHAPTER XV: ASSEMBLIES IN STATISTICAL EQUILIBRIUM
    • 51. Main Features of Statistical Equilibrium
    • 52. A Statistical Assembly of Localized Systems
    • 53. A Many-Particle System and a Statistical Assembly of Many Particles
    • 54. A Statistical Assembly consisting of Particles of Spin 0
    • 55. A Statistical Assembly consisting of Particles of Spin 1/2
    • 56. The Three Statistical Distributions and Thermodynamics
  • PART FOUR: CRITIQUE OF QUANTUM MECHANICS
  • CHAPTER XVI: THE BASIC CONCEPTS OF THE THEORY
    • 57. Epistemological Concepts
    • 58. Physical Concepts
  • CHAPTER XVII: THEORY OF QUANTUM MECHANICS AND EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATIONS
    • 59. Measurement of Monadic Quantities
    • 60. Measurement of Collectivistic Distributions
  • BACK MATTER
    • A FEW GENERAL OBSERVATIONS
    • Appendix A: The Present Approach and Einstein’s Views
    • Index.
Readership: All professors and students of physics at graduate level.
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