A first course in two of the 20th century's most exciting contributions to physics: special relativity and quantum theory. Historical material is incorporated into the exposition. Coverage is broad and deep, offering the instructor flexibility in presentation. Nearly every section contains at least one illustrative example (with all calculations), and each chapter has a wide selection of problems. Topics covered include relativistic dynamics, quantum mechanics, parity, quantum statistical physics, the nuclear shell model, fission, fusion, color and the strong interaction, gauge symmetries, and grand unification.Cohen, Bernard L. Concepts of Nuclear Physics. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1971. Enge ... Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1963. Krane, Kenneth S. Introductory Nuclear Physics. ... MA: Addison- Wesley, 1981. ANSWERS d, + dAl u A c 3. Ap m, .
|Title||:||Introduction to the structure of matter|
|Author||:||John J. Brehm, William J. Mullin|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons Inc - 1989-01|