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 Title: The Physics of Quantum Mechanics
 Author(s) James Binney, David Skinner
 Publisher: Oxford University Press (December 31, 2013); eBook (Final Draft)
 Paperback: 412 pages
 eBook: PDF
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 0199688575
 ISBN13: 9780199688579
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Book Description
This book aims to give students a good understanding of how Quantum Mechanics describes the material world. It shows that the theory follows naturally from the use of probability amplitudes to derive probabilities. It stresses that stationary states are unphysical mathematical abstractions that enable us to solve the theory's governing equation, the timedependent Schroedinger equation.
Every opportunity is taken to illustrate the emergence of the familiar classical, dynamical world through the quantum interference of stationary states. The text stresses the continuity between the quantum world and the classical world, which is merely an approximation to the quantum world.
About the Authors James Binney, Head of the Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics, University of Oxford,David Skinner, Lecturer in Mathematics, University of Cambridge.
 Quantum Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Computing
 Physics
 Applied Mathematics
 General and Popular Science
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