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### Quantum Mechanics

Quantum mechanics, also known as quantum physics or quantum theory, is a branch of physics providing a mathematical description of much of the dual particle-like and wave-like behavior and interactions of energy and matter. It departs from classical mechanics primarily at the atomic and subatomic scales, the so-called quantum realm. |

### Relativity : The Special and General Theory

##### By: Albert Einstein; Robert W. Lawson, Translator

### Relativity : The Special and General Theory

##### By: Albert Einstein; Robert W. Lawson, Translator

### The Einstein Theory of Relativity: A Concise Statement

##### By: Hendrik Antoon Lorentz, Albert Einstein

### Relativity : The Special and General Theory

##### By: Albert Einstein; Robert W. Lawson, Translator

### The Universe and Dr.Einstein

##### By: Albert Einstein; Lincoln Barnett

Universal Digital Library

### Quantum Mechanics I

##### By: Peter S. Riseborough

Description: This book explains the following topics related to Quantum Mechanics: Principles of Classical Mechanics, Failure of Classical Mechanics, Principles of Quantum Mechanics, Applications of Quantum Mechanics, The Rotating Planar Oscillator, Dirac Formulation.

### Sidelights on Relativity

##### By: Albert Einstein

Excerpt: How does it come about that alongside of the idea of ponderable matter, which is derived by abstraction from everyday life, the physicists set the idea of the existence of another kind of matter, the ether? The explanation is probably to be sought in those phenomena which have given rise to the theory of action at a distance, and in the properties of light which have led to the undulatory theory. Let us devote a little while to the consideration of these two subjects.

### The origin and development of the quantum theory

##### By: Planck, Max, 1858-1947; Clarke, Hans Thacher, 1887-1972; Silberstein, Ludwik, b. 1872

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection

### The quantum theory

##### By: Reiche, F. (Fritz), 1883-1969; Brose, Henry L. (Henry Leopold), 1890- jt. tr; Hatfield, H. (Henry)

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection; Mathematical notes and references: p. 127-180

### Report on the quantum theory of spectra

##### By: Silberstein, Ludwik, B. 1872

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection; Bibliography: p.[1]

### Mathematical Methods in Quantum Mechanics

##### By: Gerald Teschl

Description: This note covers the following topics related to Quantum Mechanics: Mathematical foundations of Quantum mechanics, Hilbert Spaces, The Spectral Theorem, Quantum dynamics and Schrodinger Operators.

### Relativity: The Special and General Theory

##### By: Albert Einstein

This is an introduction to Einsteinâ€™s space-bending, time-stretching theory of Relativity, written by the master himself. Special and General relativity explain the structure of space time and provide a theory of gravitation, respectively. Einsteinâ€™s theories shocked the world with their counterintuitive results, including the dissolution of absolute time. In this book he brings a simplified form of his profound understanding of the subject to the layperson. In the words...

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### Quantum Mechanics for Engineers

##### By: Leon Van Dommelen

Description: This note covers the following topics: Special Relativity, Basic Quantum Mechanics, Single-Particle Systems, Multiple-Particle Systems, Time Evolution, Basic and Quantum Thermodynamics, Angular momentum and Electromagnetism.

### The Project Gutenberg Ebook of the Meaning of Relativity

##### By: Albert Einstein

Description: This book covers the following topics: Space and Time in Pre-Relativity Physics, The Theory of Special Relativity, The General Theory of Relativity.

### Sidelights on Relativity

##### By: Albert Einstein

Sidelights on Relativity contains ETHER AND THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY, an address delivered on May 5th, 1920, in the University of Leyden; and GEOMETRY AND EXPERIENCE, an expanded form of an address to the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin on January 27th, 1921. (Intro from Project Gutenberg)

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