Theory Of Fundamental Processes: THEORY OF FUNDAMENTAL PROC by Richard P. FeynmanTheory Of Fundamental Processes: THEORY OF FUNDAMENTAL PROC by Richard P. Feynman

Theory Of Fundamental Processes: THEORY OF FUNDAMENTAL PROC

byRichard P. Feynman, Richard Phillips Feynman, Feynman

Paperback | March 26, 1998

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In these classic lectures, Richard Feynman first considers the basic ideas of quantum mechanics, treating the concept of amplitude in special detail and emphasizing that other things, such as the combination laws of angular momenta, are largely consequences of this concept. Feynman also discusses relativity and the idea of anti-particles, finally returning to a discussion of quantum electrodynamics, which takes up most of this volume.
Richard P. Feynman was raised in Far Rockaway, New York, and received his Ph.D. from Princeton. He held professorships at both Cornell and the California Institute of Technology. In 1965 he received the Nobel Prize for his work on quantum electrodynamics. He died in 1988.
Title:Theory Of Fundamental Processes: THEORY OF FUNDAMENTAL PROCFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 9.13 × 6.38 × 0.43 inPublished:March 26, 1998Publisher:Avalon Publishing

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ISBN - 10:0201360772

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In these classic lectures, Richard Feynman first considers the basic ideas of quantum mechanics, treating the concept of amplitude in special detail and emphasizing that other things, such as the combination laws of angular momenta, are largely consequences of this concept. Feynman also discusses relativity and the idea of anti-particles, finally returning to a discussion of quantum electrodynamics, which takes up most of this volume."The entire treatment is of a refreshingly aristocratic simplicity...the book is ideal and most desirable reading to follow almost any conventional introduction to field theory. Not the least of its advantages is that it affords a little insight into the manner in which a creative mind works in this field". -- Mathematical Reviews