New Aspects Of Quantum Electrodynamics by Akitomo TachibanaNew Aspects Of Quantum Electrodynamics by Akitomo Tachibana

New Aspects Of Quantum Electrodynamics

byAkitomo Tachibana

Hardcover | February 17, 2017

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This book presents new aspects of quantum electrodynamics (QED), a quantum theory of photons with electrons, from basic physics to physical chemistry with mathematical rigor. Topics covered include spin dynamics, chemical reactivity, the dual Cauchy problem, and more. Readers interested in modern applications of quantum field theory in nano-, bio-, and open systems will enjoy learning how the up-to-date quantum theory of radiation with matter works in the world of QED. In particular, chemical ideas restricted now to nonrelativistic quantum theory are shown to be unified and extended to relativistic quantum field theory that is basic to particle physics and cosmology: realization of the new-generation quantum theory. Readers are assumed to have a background equivalent to an undergraduate student's elementary knowledge in electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, chemistry, and mathematics. 

Akitomo TACHIBANA, ProfessorDepartment of Micro Engineering, Kyoto UniversityEditorial board: Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, since 1991 to dateChair: International symposium: New Generation Quantum Theory -Particle Physics, Cosmology, and Chemistry-, March 7-9, 2016, Kyoto University, Main (Yoshida) Campus, Kyoto, Japan, Co-host: G...
Title:New Aspects Of Quantum ElectrodynamicsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:189 pagesPublished:February 17, 2017Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9811031312

ISBN - 13:9789811031311

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Table of Contents

Basic physics of QED.- Energy-momentum tensor of QED.- Chemical ideas of QED.- Alfa-oscillator theory.