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  1. Quantum Enigma: Physics Encounters Consciousness by Bruce Rosenblum, Fred Kuttner, 2008-06-16
  2. Quantum Physics: A Beginner's Guide by Alastair I.M. Rae, 2006-01-03
  3. Quantum Physics: Illusion or Reality? (Canto) by Alastair I. M. Rae, 2004-10-25
  4. Quantum Physics For Dummies by Steven Holzner, 2009-02-03
  5. The Quantum World: Quantum Physics for Everyone by Kenneth W. Ford, 2005-10-15
  6. Quantum: Einstein, Bohr, and the Great Debate about the Nature of Reality by Manjit Kumar, 2010-05-24
  7. 5 Steps to a Quantum Life: How to Use the Astounding Secrets of Quantum Physics to Create the Life You Want by Natalie Reid, 2007-11-01
  8. Quantum Reality: Beyond the New Physics by Nick Herbert, 1987-03-20
  9. The Physics of Consciousness: The Quantum Mind and the Meaning of Life by Evan Harris Walker, 2000-12
  10. Quantum Physics of Atoms, Molecules, Solids, Nuclei, and Particles by Robert Eisberg, Robert Resnick, 1985-01
  11. Quantum Physics Workbook For Dummies by Steven Holzner, 2010-01-26
  12. Thirty Years that Shook Physics: The Story of Quantum Theory by George Gamow, 1985-07-01
  13. Quantum Physics and Theology: An Unexpected Kinship by John Polkinghorne F.R.S.K.B.E., 2008-02-19
  14. Quantum Physics, Third Edition by Stephen Gasiorowicz, 2003-04-17

1. Quantum Physics
A qualitative description of the key aspects, including Heisenburg s Uncertainty Principle, waveparticle duality and related theories.

2. [quant-ph/9509002] The Real Symplectic Groups In Quantum Mechanics And Optics
A comparison of symplectic geometry with Euclidean or unitary geometries in quantum physics and optics.
Quantum Physics, abstract
From: Arvind [ view email ] Date: Tue, 5 Sep 1995 04:20:00 GMT (28kb)
The Real Symplectic Groups in Quantum Mechanics and Optics
Authors: Arvind B. Dutta N. Mukunda R. Simon
Categories: quant-ph
Comments: Review article 43 pages, revtex, no figures, replaced because somefonts were giving problem in autometic ps generation
Journal-ref: Pramana 45 (1995) 471
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3. Local Quantum Physics Crossroads
An international forum for information exchange among scientists working on mathematical, conceptual, and constructive problems in local relativistic
Local Quantum Physics Crossroads
"LQP Crossroads" is an international forum
for information exchange among scientists
working on mathematical, conceptual, and constructive problems
in local relativistic quantum physics (LQP). Aims 30-Jan-04 People 6-Jul-05 Papers
(submission simplified) 25-Aug-05 Bibliography 9-May-05 Events 14-Sep-05 Jobs 4-Aug-05 Links 6-Jul-05

4. Quantum Physics
Describes some basic concepts of quantum physics.
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Quantum Physics
We have seen in the previous chapter that the properties of refraction, diffraction, and interference all require a wave picture of light. In this chapter we will begin to study other aspects associated with light which cannot be explained with a wave picture, but in fact need a particle picture. The coexistence of phenomena which require both a wave and a particle picture is called a wave-particle duality , and is at the heart of the modern theory of quantum physics.

5. LPQ - Quantum Physics Laboratory - ESPCI - CNRS
Experimental Fundamental research on strongly correlated electronic systems. Interplay between magnetism and superconductivty. Heat transport, tunneling, and josephson junctions. Scanning probe microscopy.
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75231 Paris
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L'unité UPR5 du CNRS, Laboratoire de spectroscopie en lumière polarisée Laboratoire Systèmes Interfaciaux à l’ Echelle Nanométrique de l'Université Pierre et Marie Curie , CNRS n° 7142
Laboratory of Superconductivity Center LPQ, Quantum Physics LPS, Solid State Physics Surfaces and Superconductors

6. What Is Quantum Physics?
History and explanation of quantum physics / quantum mechanics.
What is Quantum Physics? Does the thought of quantum physics send a chill down your spine, just like the words calculus, differential equations, and -gasp- organic chemistry? You may not even think that quantum physics is a serious science, like the more familiar Newtonian physics. Just relax! I'm sure you're comfortable with regular physics, which describes the way that matter interacts with other matter, i.e. gravity, velocity, etc. If not, maybe you should check out my regular Interactive Physics site. Anyway, quantum physics is just the physics of the incredibly small. While Newtonian physics can suitably describe the orbit of the planets or the energy transformations during a game of pool, quantum physics describes how electrons surround the nucleus of the atom and other subatomic actions. At this point, you may be thinking that there's not that big of a difference between these two sciences. Hey, both explain how matter interacts with other matter, so what's the big deal? The difference is that the common laws of physics begin to deteriorate on small scales. For example, Nippendenso (Japan Electric) built a car that's only half a millimeters long. One could easily mistake it for a grain of rice if not for its gold color. At the scale of 1 to 1000, physics is already changing. Oil would now gum up the engine, and the tires wouldn't have enough traction to move the car.
I'm currently working on a list of quantum physics terms . It may or may not be done soon.
"I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics."

7. What Is Quantum Physics?
1st place quantum physics site by Jim Tucek

8. Important Experiments In Quantum Physics
1st place quantum physics site by Jim Tucek (Important Experiments)
Important Experiments Thomas Young's experiment consisted of a light source shining on a obstacle with a small slit in it (Fig 1.1). If a wave hits such a slit, it spreads out the way shown. The next two slits on the next obstacle create two more such waves, which are close enough to interfere with each other. If light truly was a wave, then this interference would either increase or decrease the intensity of the light when it hit the screen on the right (Fig 1.2).
If light were just a particle, and you were able to send just one photon through (Fig 1.3), then there would be no pattern on the screen, just a single point of light. However, it has been found that even if just one photon is sent through, it creates the same interference pattern, although dimmer. If the light is measured, or observed, in between the screen and the second barrier, no interference pattern is formed. Instead, there is the most intense light in between the two slits, which gets dimmer as it progresses away (Fig 1.4).
This phenomenon is one of the basic principles of quantum physics, the

9. Quantum Physics Online
quantum physics Online version 2.0

10. Quantum Physics Online
A series of Java applets illustrating solutions to basic problems in this subject.

11. Quantum Physics Online
quantum physics Online (English version) Introduction. Wave mechanics. Quantization in one dimension. Quantum superposition in one dimension.

12. Quantum Physics Online
quantum physics Online version 2.0 Links ; cdrom version Previous version (1.01) Classical physics. Liens ; Version cd-rom Version précédente
Quantum Physics Online version 2.0
English Version
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    13. James G. Gilson, Relativity, Stochastic Schrödinger Theory, Fine Structure Cons
    Site explains the motivation behind discoveries which include a formula for the fine structure constant and quantum physics high energy applications.

    Fine Structure Constant
    Emeritus Staff
    School of Mathematics
    This page gives information on:
    • My mailing address and phone numbers Listing of my research interests Recent publications and preprints can be down loaded from here
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    School of Mathematical Sciences
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    Telephone: +44 020 7882 5438 (direct)
    Fax: +44 020 8981 9587 (dept.)
    Research activity and interests
    Relativity Theory
    • Philosophical foundations and Paradoxes Relativistic quantized fields such as QED Cosmology and initial singularity Unification of Relativity and Quantum Theory
    Quantum Theory Foundations
    • Feynman's path integral formulation Classical dynamical features of higher dimensional formulations constructed by analytic continuation of configuration variables using complex many variable theory Zitterbewegung relativistic limit of alternative versions of classical reformulation and its philosophical significance
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    14. E-Print Archive
    Medical Physics; Optics; Physics Education; Physics and Society; Plasma Physics; Popular Physics; Space Physics. quantum physics (quantph new

    15. Quantum Physics Online
    A series of Java applets illustrating solutions to basic problems in this subject.

    16. Heisenberg / Uncertainty Principle - Werner Heisenberg And The
    The life of Werner Heisenberg, by the AIP Center for History of Physics. Text by historian David C. Cassidy and many illustrations describe

    17. How Quantum Physics Can Teach Biologists About Evolution - New
    How quantum physics Can Teach Biologists About Evolution. Sign In to EMail This. Printer-Friendly. Reprints. By CORNELIA DEAN. Published

    18. Quantum Physics What is quantum physicsquantum physics is a branch of science that deals with discrete, Alastair Rae s quantum physics Illusion or Reality presents the basics of quantum
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    19. The Quantum Exchange
    A collection of information and resources for teachers of quantum physics.
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    Search for: Browse All Advanced Search Welcome to the Quantum Exchange, a collection of information and resources for teachers of quantum physics. The resources in this collection are supplements to standard quantum textbooks and include student activities, background information, and applications. New users may create an account to personalize their use of the Quantum Exchange. This will allow them to suggest resources, add comments, and organize resources.
    This collection may be searched or browsed by material type and then by topic. Sep 06 Teaching Physics: Figuring Out What Works Sep 06 Building a Science of Teaching Physics Aug 09 Complex Numbers Aug 09 5 1/2 Examples in Quantum Mechanics The Quantum Exchange is brought to you by AAPT , funded in part by the NSF/NSDL as part of the ComPADRE Digital Library
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    20. Visual Quantum Mechanics
    Instructional units that introduce quantum physics to high school and college students who do not have a background in modern physics or higher level

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