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**How to Apply Quantum Theory to Modern Physics (2E) ** written by
** Jean Basdevant, J. Dalibard **.

Motivates students by challenging them with real-life applications of the somtimes esoteric aspects of quantum mechanics that they are learning. Offers completely original excerices developed at teh Ecole Polytechnique in France, which is know for its innovative and original teaching methods. Problems from modern physics to help the student apply just-learnt theory to fields such as molecular physics, condensed matter physics or laser physics.

This book consists of a series of problems concerning present-day experimental or theoretical questions on quantum mechanics. All of these problems are based on actual physical examples, even if sometimes the mathematical structure of the models under consideration is simplified intentionally in order to get hold of the physics more rapidly.

The problems have all been given to our students in the Ecole Polytech-nique and in the Ecole Normale Sup´ ´ erieure in the past 15 years or so. A special feature of the Ecole Polytechnique comes from a tradition which has been kept for more than two centuries, and which explains why it is necessary to devise original problems each year. The exams have a double purpose. On one hand, they are a means to test the knowledge and ability of the students. On the other hand, however, they are also taken into account as part of the entrance examinations to public office jobs in engineering, administrative and military careers. Therefore, the traditional character of stiff competitive examinations and strict meritocracy forbids us to make use of problems which can be found in the existing literature. We must therefore seek them among the forefront of present research. This work, which we have done in collaboration with many colleagues, turned out to be an amazing source of discussions between us. We all actually learned very many things, by putting together our knowledge in our respective fields of interest.

**Book Detail :- **
** Title: ** How to Apply Quantum Theory to Modern Physics
** Edition: ** Second Edition
** Author(s): ** Jean Louis Basdevant, J. Dalibard
** Publisher: ** Springer
** Series: **
** Year: ** 2006
** Pages: ** 3540277218,9783540277217
** Type: ** PDF
** Language: ** English
** ISBN: **
** Country: ** France
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**About Author :- **

The author ** Jean Louis Basdevant ** Department of Physics, Laboratoire Leprince-Ringuet, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaisseau Cedex, France and

The author ** J. Dalibard**, Ecole Normale Superieure, Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, Paris, France.

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**Book Contents :- **
**How to Apply Quantum Theory to Modern Physics (2E) ** written by
** Jean Basdevant, J. Dalibard **
cover the following topics.
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**Part I Elementary Particles, Nuclei and Atoms**

1. Neutrino Oscillations

2. Atomic Clocks

3. Neutron Interferometry

4. Spectroscopic Measurement on a Neutron Beam

5. Analysis of a Stern–Gerlach Experiment

6. Measuring the Electron Magnetic Moment Anomaly

7. Decay of a Tritium Atom

8. The Spectrum of Positronium

9. The Hydrogen Atom in Crossed Fields

10. Energy Loss of Ions in Matter
**Part II Quantum Entanglement and Measurement**

11. The EPR Problem and Bell’s Inequality

12. Schr¨odinger’s Cat

13. Quantum Cryptography

14. Direct Observation of Field Quantization

15. Ideal Quantum Measurement

16. The Quantum Eraser

17. A Quantum Thermometer

18. Exact Results for the Three-Body Problem

19. Properties of a Bose–Einstein Condensate

20. Magnetic Excitons

21. A Quantum Box

22. Colored Molecular Ions

23. Hyperfine Structure in Electron Spin Resonance

24. Probing Matter with Positive Muons

25. Quantum Reflection of Atoms from a Surface

26. Laser Cooling and Trapping

27. Bloch Oscillations

Author Index

Subject Index

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