3 edition of **Quantum theory of particles and fields** found in the catalog.

Quantum theory of particles and fields

K. H. Ruei

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- 14 Currently reading

Published
**1971**
by University Press in Taipei, Taiwan
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Written in English

- Particles (Nuclear physics),
- Quantum field theory

**Edition Notes**

Statement | K. H. Ruei. |

Series | Series on "Particles and fields.", "Particles and fields." |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 2 v. : |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL13581835M |

OCLC/WorldCa | 10542075 |

The authors have developed a glass honeycomb denuder/filter pack system to sample atmospheric inorganic gases and particles. The main feature of the sampler is the denuder component, which has a large number of small hexagonal glass tubes sealed inside an outer glass tube. Quantum chromodynamics (QCD), the modern quantum field theory describing the effects of the strong force among quarks, predicts the existence of exchange particles called gluons, which are also massless as with QED but whose interactions occur in a way that essentially confines quarks to bound particles such as the proton and the neutron.

Dynamics of Classical and Quantum Fields: An Introduction focuses on dynamical fields in non-relativistic physics. Written by a physicist for physicists, the book is designed to help readers develop analytical skills related to classical and quantum fields at the non-relativistic level, and think about the concepts and theory through numerous problems. The development is fresh and logical throughout, with each step carefully motivated by what has gone before. After a brief historical outline, the book begins with the principles of relativity and quantum mechanics, and the properties of particles that follow. Quantum field theory emerges from this as a natural by:

This book fills a gap in the middle ground between quantum mechanics of a single electron to the concept of a quantum field. In doing so, the book is divided into two parts; the first provides the necessary background to quantum theory extending from Planck's formulation of black body radiation to Schrodinger's equation; and the second part explores Dirac's relativistic elRatings: 0. In The Quantum Theory of Fields, Nobel Laureate Steven Weinberg combines his exceptional physical insight with his gift for clear exposition to provide a self-contained, comprehensive, and up-to-date introduction to quantum field theory. This is a two-volume work. Volume I introduces the foundations of quantum field theory/5.

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The second part of the book (Chapters IV-VI) is devoted to a lucid treatment of the interactions of fields and particles. Chapter IV deals with equations of motion and their solutions (the so-called Cauchy problem), focusing on the solution of field Cited by: This is an introductory book on elementary particles and their interactions.

It starts out with many-body Schrödinger theory and second quantization and leads, via its generalization, to relativistic fields of various spins and to by: 9. The purpose of this book is to introduce string theory without assuming any background in quantum field theory.

Part I of this book follows the development of quantum field theory for point particles, while Part II introduces strings. All of the tools and concepts that are needed to quantize strings are developed first for point by: The quantum theory of angular momentum includes the isospin of leptons and quarks.

It uses as a new tool the graphical spin algebra. The second part of the book is devoted to quantum fields: Boson fields including Higgs fields, Dirac's theory of Fermion fields, quantum electrodynamic and quantum : Springer-Verlag Quantum theory of particles and fields book Heidelberg.

The book is unique in that it develops all three representations of quantum field theory (operator, functional Schr dinger, and path integral) for point particles and strings.

In many cases, identical results are worked out in each representation to emphasize the representation-independent structures of quantum field theory. The Standard Model in particular comes from a quantum field theory made up of three groups (as in the mathematics of Lie groups) all tied together: SU(3), a Author: Ethan Siegel.

After a brief historical outline, the book begins anew with the principles about which we are most certain, relativity and quantum mechanics, and the properties of particles that follow from these principles.

Quantum field theory emerges from this as a natural consequence. About this book Meeting the need for a coherently written and comprehensive compendium combining field theory and particle physics for advanced students and researchers, this book directly links the theory to the experiments. That, in essence, is a quantum field: the stuff out of which everything is made.

It’s a boiling sea of random fluctuations, on top of which you can create quantized propagating waves that we call particles. I only wish, as a primarily visual thinker, that the usual introduction to quantum field theory didn’t look quite so much like this.

Quantum ﬁeld theory is the basic mathematical language that is used to describe and analyze the physics of elementary particles. The goal of this book is to provide a concise, step-by-step introduction to this subject, one that covers all the key concepts that are needed to understand the Standard.

In quantum field theory, the quantum vacuum state (also called the quantum vacuum or vacuum state) is the quantum state with the lowest possible lly, it contains no physical particles. Zero-point field is sometimes used as a synonym for the vacuum state of an individual quantized field.

According to present-day understanding of what is called the vacuum state or the quantum. While I am not a huge fan of the book, students seem to love Srednicki's Quantum Field Theory. More recently, Schwartz's Quantum Field Theory and the Standard Model is a great book from my inspection and students seem to enjoy it, though I've n.

All particles and their interactions observed to date can be described almost entirely by a quantum field theory called the Standard Model. The Standard Model, as currently formulated, has 61 elementary particles. Those elementary particles can combine to form composite particles, accounting for the hundreds of other species of particles that have been discovered since the s.

Book Description. This book fills a gap in the middle ground between quantum mechanics of a single electron to the concept of a quantum field. In doing so, the book is divided into two parts; the first provides the necessary background to quantum theory extending from Planck’s formulation of black body radiation to Schrodinger’s equation; and the second part explores Dirac’s relativistic.

The development is fresh and logical throughout, with each step carefully motivated by what has gone before. After a brief historical outline, the book begins with the principles of relativity and quantum mechanics, and the properties of particles that follow.

Quantum field theory emerges from this as a natural consequence. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ruei, K.H. Quantum theory of particles and fields. Taipei, University Press [(OCoLC) Document Type. Second, a quantum field theory can account for the (observed, well-studied) creation and annihilation of particles, processes that do not exist in quantum mechanics.

Third, quantum field theory. The use of the Dirac hole theory to motivate the need for a true many-body theory to accomodate particles and antiparticles via quantized fields. A fairly lengthy discussion of the Fock-Schwinger proper time method to obtain an exact expression for the Dirac propagator in a constant uniform electromagnetic field and a plane wave Cited by: Quantum Field Theory I.

This book covers the following topics: Constructing Quantum Field Theory, symmetries and Conservation Laws, non-Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, Interacting Fields, Perturbation Theory for nonrelativistic quantum mechanics, Decay Widths, Cross Sections and Phase Space, Quantizing the Dirac Lagrangian, vector Fields and.

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If it available for your country it will shown as book reader and user fully subscribe will. The quantum theory of angular momentum includes the isospin of leptons and quarks and uses as a new tool the graphical spin algebra. The second part of the book is devoted to quantum fields: Boson fields including Higgs fields, Dirac's theory of Fermion fields, quantum electrodynamic and quantum : Edgard Elbaz.in elementary-particle physics or in many-body theory of condensed matter.

They should serve as a general introduction and a basis for understanding more advanced work on the subject. The theory of quantum ﬁelds presented in this book is mainly based on the perturbative approach. Elementary particles are introduced initially without any.The treatment throughout the book is relativistic; the author attempts, as much as possible, a coordinate free (or covariant) form of the equations both for particles and the fields.

The book opens with an extensive discussion of space-time, Lorentz transformations, Lorentz-group and tensor and spinor fields. This material is essential to the.