Electron Theory and Quantum Electrodynamics: 100 Years Later

Hardcover | April 30, 1997

EditorJonathan P. Dowling

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To commemorate the naming of the electron in 1894 and its establishment as the first and most fundamental of all elementary entities, 28 papers consider the development and still unsolved foundational problems of electron theory and electromagnetism, and well as different approaches to treating electromagnetic interactions and their scope. Among the topics are quantum electrodynamical corrections in highly charged ions, dynamics of the micromaser field, the field theory of the spinning electron, conceptual problems and developments of electrodynamics, and the geometric theory of radiation. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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To commemorate the naming of the electron in 1894 and its establishment as the first and most fundamental of all elementary entities, 28 papers consider the development and still unsolved foundational problems of electron theory and electromagnetism, and well as different approaches to treating electromagnetic interactions and their sc...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:368 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.27 inPublished:April 30, 1997Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306455145

ISBN - 13:9780306455148

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Quantum Electrodynamics: Theory of the Energy Levels and Precise Two-Photon Spectroscopy of Atomic Hydrogen and Deuterium; K. Pachucki, et al. Quantum Electrodynamical Corrections in Highly Charged Ions; G. Soff, et al. Quantum Optics: Dynamics of the Micromaser Field; G. Raithel, et al. Entanglement in Two-Photon Cascade Radiation and the Visibility of Second-Order Interference; S.F. Yelin, et al. Electron Theory: Hunting the Electron Electric Dipole Moment; A. Weis. Dynamical Aspects of Classical Electron Theory; D. Bambusi, et al. New Developments in Electromagnetism: The Classical Lamb Shift: Why Jackson Is Wrong! J.P. Dowling. New Maxwell Electrodynamics; E. Kapuscik. 18 additional articles. Index.