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50 Quantum Physics Ideas You Really Need to Know

Science and Technics


by
Joanne Baker

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 208 pages

File size: 1.9 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Following on from the highly successful 50 Physics Ideas You Really Need to Know, author Joanne Baker consolidates the foundation concepts of physics and moves on to present clear explanations of the most cutting-edge area of science: quantum physics.

With 50 concise chapters covering complex theories and their advanced applications – from string theory to black holes, and quarks to quantum computing – alongside informative two-colour illustrations, this book presents key ideas in straightforward, bite-sized chunks. Ideal for the layperson, this book will challenge the way you understand the world.

The ideas explored include: Theory of relativity; Schrodinger’s cat; Nuclear forces: fission and fusion; Antimatter; Superconductivity.

Following on from the highly successful 50 Physics Ideas You Really Need to Know, author Joanne Baker consolidates the foundation concepts of physics and moves on to present clear explanations of the most cutting-edge area of science: quantum physics.

With 50 concise chapters covering complex theories and their advanced applications – from string theory to black holes, and quarks to quantum computing – alongside informative two-colour illustrations, this book presents… (more)

Following on from the highly successful 50 Physics Ideas You Really Need to Know, author Joanne Baker consolidates the foundation concepts of physics and moves on to present clear explanations of the most cutting-edge area of science: quantum physics.

With 50 concise chapters covering complex theories and their advanced applications – from string theory to black holes, and quarks to quantum computing – alongside informative two-colour illustrations, this book presents key ideas in straightforward, bite-sized chunks. Ideal for the layperson, this book will challenge the way you understand the world.

The ideas explored include: Theory of relativity; Schrodinger’s cat; Nuclear forces: fission and fusion; Antimatter; Superconductivity.

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