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  1. Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (2nd Edition) by David J. Griffiths, 2004-04-10
  2. Understanding Quantum Physics: A User's Manual, Vol. 1 by Michael A. Morrison, 1990-05-04
  3. A Guide to Physics Problems: Part 2: Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and Quantum Mechanics (The Language of Science) by Sidney B. Cahn, Gerald D. Mahan, et all 1997-08-31
  4. Quantum Mechanics: Fundamentals (Graduate Texts in Contemporary Physics) by Kurt Gottfried, Tung-Mow Yan, 2004-07-15
  5. The Quantum Challenge, Second Edition : Modern Research on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics (Physics and Astronomy) by George Greenstein, 2005-07-28
  6. Feynman Lectures on Gravitation (Frontiers in Physics) by Richard Phillips Feynman, Fernando B. Morinigo, et all 1995-07
  7. The Emerging Physics of Consciousness (The Frontiers Collection)
  8. A Modern Introduction to Quantum Field Theory (Oxford Master Series in Statistical, Computational, and Theoretical Physics) by Michele Maggiore, 2005-02-10
  9. PSIence: How New Discoveries in Quantum Physics and New Science May Explain the Existence of Paranormal Phenomena by Marie D. Jones, 2006-11-15
  10. Quantum Physics (Essential Science Series) by John Gribbin, 2002-11-01
  11. Quantum Mechanics: Non-Relativistic Theory, Volume 3, Third Edition (Quantum Mechanics) (Quantum Mechanics) by L. D. Landau, L. M. Lifshitz, 1981-01-01
  12. Quantum Mechanics for Applied Physics and Engineering (Dover Books on Engineering) by Albert T. Fromhold, 1991-07-15
  13. Quantum Mind: The Edge Between Physics and Psychology by Arnold Mindell, 2000-03-01
  14. Modern Canonical Quantum General Relativity (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics) by Thomas Thiemann, 2007-10-15

81. Grains Of Mystique
If you wanted a simple tutorial , an introduction to quantum physics without allthe hassles of mathematics (essential though it may be to physicists and
Back to FAQS.ORG homepage Grains of Mystique Most of you will have heard the word quantum , and often wondered what it means, or what its significance is. Of course, there are lots of books available on this matter, complete with equations and rigorous derivations. If you wanted a simple 'tutorial', an introduction to quantum physics without all the hassles of mathematics (essential though it may be to physicists and researchers), then read on. In order to understand the concepts successfully, a knowledge of elementary physics is a prerequisite. Footnotes act as a revision, if your memory of secondary school sciences has faded! This work has been scrutinised by the members of the USENET newsgroup sci.physics.relativity , and we thank them for their review and useful suggestions. Grains of Mystique: Quantum Physics for the Layman Open Publication License , as described at

82. Quantum Mechanics -- From Eric Weisstein's World Of Physics
French, AP and Taylor, E. F. An Introduction to quantum physics. New York W. W.Norton, 1978. Gasiorowicz, S. quantum physics, 2nd ed. New York Wiley, 1995.
Modern Physics Quantum Physics Quantum Mechanics General Quantum Mechanics
Quantum Mechanics

Quantum mechanics is the description of motion and interaction of particles at the small scales where the discrete nature of the physical world becomes important. Quantum mechanics represented a fundamental break with classical physics , in which energies and angular momenta were regarded as continuous quantities that could change by arbitrary amounts. The first break with classical physics was performed by Planck who, in order to explain the observed spectrum of a blackbody, was forced to postulate that the oscillators in a blackbody could attain only certain quantized energies. Niels Bohr had a large influence on the development of quantum mechanics through his so-called " Copenhagen Interpretation ," a philosophical construct which was formulated to provide a fundamental framework for understanding the implicit assumptions, limitations, and applicability of the theory of quantum mechanics. Einstein subsequently postulated that electromagnetic radiation could exist only in discrete units, called

From site, This is a web site for wired people doing completely normal things like magick, rituals, hightech expermiments, quantum physics and other incredible stuff. Has a good listing of links and some new material

84. Focus Symposium "Quantum Physics And Communication" (2003)
The 7th World Multiconference on SYSTEMICS, CYBERNETICS and INFORMATICSSCI 2003 Focus Symposium on quantum physics and Communication .
The 7th World Multiconference on
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Focus Symposium on
"Quantum Physics and Communication''
Dubna , Russia, 30 July 2 August, 2003

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Focus Symposium will be held on 30 July 2 August, 2003 , in Dubna at the International Conference Hall (see map ) of Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR). Dubna is a quiet and pleasant town 130 km north of Moscow on the picturesque banks of the Volga river. There is railway and bus communication between Dubna and Moscow. Organizing institutions: Joint Institute For Nuclear Research M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University Solvay Institutes for Physics and Chemistry Research Center for Quantum Information Institute of Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences Joint Institute for Nuclear Research Last updated: 25-Jul-2003 Web support by L. Kalmykova

85. Grains Of Mystique
A primer for the nonprofessional interested in learning about the principles of quantum physics without all the math.
Grains of Mystique Home Stuff Contact A simple introduction to quantum physics without all the hassles of mathematics. Written by Thomas Haberkern , USA, and myself.

86. Quantum Physics
quantum physics Product Warnings PLEASE NOTE Some quantum physics theories suggest that when the consumer is notdirectly observing this product, it may cease to exist or will exist only in a
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87. Instituto Carlos I Quantum Physics Mathematics Group
Werner Heisenberg. Paul Dirac. HOME PAGE OF THE quantum physics Mathematics Group.Instituto Carlos I, Universidad de Granada. Contents. Members, Research Topics.

88. SoulWisdom Energy Transformation
Remote view multidimensional distance healing using principles of quantum physics, the observer and the subconscious mind to diagnose and remove blockages on polarized attitudes, emotional addictions, inner demons, archetypes, traumas in a person's auric field on all seven levels of awareness.

89. Quantum Physics
quantum physics The intrinsically deterministic character of classicalphysics is replaced in quantum theory by intrinsic uncertainty.
Quantum Physics Although the various branches of physics differ in their experimental methods and theoretical approaches, certain general principles apply to all of them. The forefront of contemporary advances in physics lies in the submicroscopic regime, whether it be in atomic, nuclear, condensed-matter, plasma, or particle physics, or in quantum optics, or even in the study of stellar structure. All are based upon quantum theory (i.e., quantum mechanics and quantum field theory) and relativity, which together form the theoretical foundations of modern physics. Many physical quantities whose classical counterparts vary continuously over a range of possible values are in quantum theory constrained to have discontinuous, or discrete, values. The intrinsically deterministic character of classical physics is replaced in quantum theory by intrinsic uncertainty. According to quantum theory, electromagnetic radiation does not always consist of continuous waves; instead it must be viewed under some circumstances as a collection of particle-like photons, the energy and momentum of each being directly proportional to its frequency (or inversely proportional to its wavelength, the photons still possessing some wavelike characteristics). Conversely, electrons and other objects that appear as particles in classical physics are endowed by quantum theory with wavelike properties as well, such a particle's quantum wavelength being inversely proportional to its momentum. In both instances, the proportionality constant is the characteristic quantum of action (action being defined as energy time)that is to say, Planck's constant h.

90. "The Post-Quantum Physics Of Consciousness"

91. Real-Time Visualization Of Quantum Atomic Orbitals
quantum physics tool that displays realtime visualizations of atomic orbitals.
The Atomic Orbitals Atom in a Box (October 17, 2000) NOTICE!
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92. Military Applications Of Post-Quantum Physics
Military Applications of Postquantum physics. (Jim Schnabel Remote Viewers,Dell,1997) Post-quantum physics has as its main prediction such a violation.
Military Applications of Post-Quantum Physics
Jack Sarfatti I am first passing Ray Chiao's paper on intact with no comments by me. I will later see how it fits with Chris Isham's paper on quantum gravity, its implications for Chapter 12 of Murray Gell-Mann's The Quark and the Jaguar etc. Basically Gell-Mann opts for locality in a many-worlds meta-theory. Gell-Mann explicitly characterizes my 1981 memo(with A. L. Chickering) to Richard De Lauer, then Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, on controlled superluminal communication and also untappable quantum cryptography for submarine warfare as "flapdoodle". Is this really a consistent position in the light of Chiao's analysis? Second, Chiao points out how fragile Abner Shimony's "passion-at-a-distance", which forbids controlled superluminal communication, really is. This is of practical importance since Charles Bennett's theory of quantum computers depends crucially on passion-at-a-distance. On the other hand, we now have convincing evidence from recently declassified US military-intelligence remote-viewing operations that show that mental states violate passion-at-a-distance. ( Jim Schnabel: Remote Viewers, Dell,1997

93. Program On Classical And Quantum Physics Of Strong Gravitational Fields
INSTITUTE FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS. Program on. Program on Program on Classicaland quantum physics of Strong Gravitational Fields. January 1999 July 1999.

activities inside KITP people ... ucsb INSTITUTE FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS Program on Program on Program on Classical and Quantum Physics of Strong Gravitational Fields January 1999 - July 1999 Coordinators: A. Ashtekar, G. Horowitz, J. Isenberg Speakers: Please give your transparencies to the ITP staff members in the front office (Rm 1102) for scanning. They will be returned promptly to your mailbox. 1/26 1:30 p.m. Dr. Beverly Berger
The Nature of Generic Gravitational Collapse
[Video] 1/29 12:15 p.m. Dr. Robert Mann
Pair Production of Rotating Black Holes
[Audio] 2/09 12:15 p.m. Dr. Donald Marolf
Introduction to Black Branes
[Audio] 2/19 12:15 p.m. Dr. Jennie Traschen
Fermionic Zero Modes on Black Branes and Gravitational Spin-Spin Interaction
[Audio] 2/23 1:30 p.m. Dr. Joe Polchinski
Introduction to D-Branes
[Audio] 3/2 1:30 p.m. Dr. Steven Carlip
Black Hole Entropy and Conformal Fields Theory
[Audio] 3/5 12:15 p.m. Dr. Scott Hughes
Binary Black Holes and Gravitational Wave Astronomy
3/9 1:30 p.m. Dr. Joe Polchinski
UCSB Introduction to D-Branes (continued) [Audio] 3/12 12:15 p.m. Dr. David Garfinkle

94. Quantum Physics
quantum physics. Quantum Mysteries http// very careful about the CopenhagenInterpretation

95. Quantum Future Home
quantum physics and Metaphysics. Comments, abstracts and papers on Event Enhanced Quantum Theory. Quantum Theory of single systems. Source Aurora/Cassiopaea. Author Arkadiusz Jadczyk
What are the main problems in QF?
What are the main theses of the Quantum Future Project?
What's new in QF WWW pages?
What are the main problems that QF aims to solve?
Solve the Quantum Measurement Problem (~partly done) Derive quantum mechanical postulates from the dynamics (~partly done) Extend Quantum Theory so as to describe individual systems (~partly done) See how far "Quantum Theory Without Observers" can advance (~partly done) Reconcile Quantum Theory with Relativity (~work in progress) Understand the true source of randomness in Quantum Theory (~to be done) Understand the relation between "potentialities" (probability amplitudes) and "actualities" (events) in Quantum Theory (~first steps made) See if the Many Worlds Interpretation makes sense (~first steps made) Unify Matter, Geometry and Information (~to be done) Understand what must be added to QT so as to embrace certain phenomena of consciousness and life (~to be done) Understand the relation between "subjective" and "objective" (~to be done) Understand time and time travel (~to be done) Understand Free Will. Construct Free Will Detector-Enhancer. (~ to be modified)

96. Quantum Physics With Regard To Spirituality
quantum physics. by. Alex PATERSON. INDEX OF SCIENCE articles written,posted online, or recommended by Alex Paterson. quantum physics.
Alex PATERSON Updated: 1 January 2004 MASTER INDEX of articles written or recommended by Alex Paterson INDEX OF SCIENCE articles written, posted online, or recommended by Alex Paterson
QUANTUM PHYSICS is at the cutting edge of Western science and in many respects goes way beyond Einstein's Theory of Relativity. The interesting thing about quantum physics is that the original impetus giving rise to it, namely the pursuit of the elemental building blocks of the Universe (separate elementary particles) has become meaningless with the discovery that the Universe appears to be an undivided Whole in a perpetual state of dynamic flux. Like Einstein's Theory of Relativity, Quantum Physics reveals the Universe to be a single gigantic field of energy in which matter is just a 'slowed down' form of energy. Further, Quantum Physics has discovered that matter/energy does not exist with any certainty in definite places, but rather shows 'tendencies' to exist. (i.e. the 'Uncertainty Principle' ) Even more intriguing is the notion that the existence of an observer is fundamental to the existence of the Universe - a concept known as 'The Observer Effect' - implying that the Universe is a product of consciousness. (i.e. the Mind of God)

97. Transfer Point
Experimental poetry and prose thrown in a blender with Buddhism, transpersonal psychology, quantum physics, genetics, and transhumanism.
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98. Quantum Physics Sample Problems
Home Page of Peggy E. Schweiger. quantum physics Homework. Photoelectric Effect. Ans7772 nm; 1282 nm. quantum physics Notes. quantum physics Sample Problems.
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Quantum Physics Homework
Photoelectric Effect
  • The threshold frequency of tin is 1.2 x 10 Hz. What is the threshold wavelength? What is the work function of tin? Ans: 250 nm; 4.97 eV
  • In number one, if 167 nm light falls on tin, what is the kinetic energy of ejected photoelectrons? Ans: 2.47 eV
  • In number one, what is the speed of the ejected photoelectrons? Ans: 9.31 x 10 m/s
  • The threshold frequency of a given metal is 6.7 x 10 Hz. It is illuminated by 350 nm light. What is the kinetic energy of the ejected photoelectrons? Ans: 0.78 eV
  • In number four, the metal is illuminated by 550 nm light. What is the kinetic energy of the ejected photoelectrons? Ans: eV
  • The work function of iron is 4.7 eV. What is the threshold wavelength of iron? Ans: 264 nm
  • If the iron is exposed to 150 nm light, what is the kinetic energy of the ejected electrons? Use work function of iron given in number 6. Ans: 3.58 eV
  • In number 7, what is their speed? Ans: 1.12 x 10 m/s de Broglie Wavelength
  • What is the de Broglie wavelength of a deuteron of mass 3.3 x 10
  • 99. Emission-Absorption-Scattering (EAS) Sub-quantum Physics
    A study of stochastic electrodynamics and the assymetrical braking action of bremsstrahlung.
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    100. MaPhySto Workshop Stochastics And Quantum Physics
    Workshop on Stochastics and quantum physics. Yuri Yu. Lobanov Stochastic calculationsin quantum physics via numerical integration in metric spaces.
    Centre for Mathematical Physics and Stochastics
    Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Aarhus
    Funded by The Danish National Research Foundation
    Workshop on Stochastics and Quantum Physics
    Thursday 21 October - Tuesday 26 October, 1999
    Aud. G1/G2, Department of Mathematical Sciences
    University of Aarhus
    The Workshop focussed on some of the areas where concepts and techniques from Stochastics (i.e. Probability and Mathematical Statistics) are, or seem likely soon to become, of real quantum physical importance. By bringing together leading physicists and mathematicians, having an active interest in the themes of the Workshop, it was sought to foster fruitful discussions and collaboration on the role and use of Stochastics in Quantum Physics.
    Schedule for the Workshop
    Time Thursday
    (Aud. G2) Friday
    (Aud. G2) Saturday
    (Aud. G1) Monday
    (Aud. G1) Tuesday
    (Aud. G1) registr. Bardou Holevo Peres Helland COFFEE Course Course Belavkin Carmichael Høyer Course Course Belavkin Wiseman Lindblad LUNCH (from 12.30)

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