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quantum theory of radiation
|Statement||by W. Heitler.|
|Series||The international series of monographs on physics|
|LC Classifications||QC475 .H43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 252 p.|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||36010066|
In this he was aided by Kramers and a young American visitor, J. C. Slater, and the new theory was published in under the authorship of all three. The most striking feature of this remarkable paper, 'The Quantum Theory of Radiation,' was the renunciation of the classical form of causality in favor of a purely statistical description. The fundamental principles and applications of nonlinear optical phenomena are discussed in a textbook for advanced students. Classical or semiclassical theory is employed as much as possible, but full quantum descriptions are used when required, and the basic concepts and formulas of quantum physics are compiled in an appendix.
black body radiation is taken as being the birth of quantum mechanics, it as true now as it was then that no one truly understands the theory, though in recent times, a greater awareness has de- veloped of what quantum mechanics is all about: as well as being a physical theory, it is also a. Quantum Theory of Radiation Subsections. Transverse and Longitudinal Fields; Fourier Decomposition of Radiation Oscillators.
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• the classical theory of radiation • quantum theory of the pure radiation field • the electron field and its interaction with radiation • methods of solution • radiation processes in first approximation • radiative corrections and ambiguous features • the penetrating power of high-energy radiation Here is a unified Cited by: This unique book presents a unified, in-depth study of phenomena in photon-matter interactions over a range of many orders of energy.
It provides a thorough treatment of relativistic quantum electrodynamics from the quantum field theoretic approach, together with non-relativistic theory in both confined and unconfined : Hardcover. Indeed, it was here that the era of quantum mechanics was initiated with Planck's introduction of the quantum of action that was necessary to explain the black-body radiation spectrum.
The extension of these ideas led Einstein to explain the photoelectric effect, and to introduce the photon concept. — Transactions of the Faraday Society Quantum theory of radiation book book was the first comprehensive treatment of quantum physics to appear in any language.
Originally published in as part of Oxford University Press's famed International Series of Monographs on Physics, this book. The Quantum Theory of Radiation: Third Edition (Dover Books on Physics) Heitler, W.
Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t4qk2r Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi. This book examines the different areas of knowledge, traditions, and conceptual resources that contributed to the building of Max Planck’s theory of radiation.
It presents an insightful comparative analysis that not only sheds light upon a fundamental chapter in the history of modern physics, butBrand: Springer International Publishing. 1 ON THE QUANTUM THEORY OF RADIATION 67 e«—e», according to the probability law &W = BJg d*.
(B) We similarly assume that a transition Zm-+Zn, associated with a liberation of radiation energy em—en, is possible under the influence of the radiation field, and that it satisfies the probability law dW = BIQ At.
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The first comprehensive treatment of quantum physics in any language, this classic introduction to the basic theory remains highly recommended and in wide use, both as a text and as a reference.
A unified and accurate guide to the application of radiative processes, it explores the mathematics and physics of quantum theory. edition.4/5. The Quantum Theory of Radiation.
This introduction to the basic theory is still highly recommended and still in wide use today as both a text and a reference. 37 figures. 13 tables.3/5(2).
The book is written as a textbook, with the treatment as a whole appropriate for graduate or postgraduate students, while earlier chapters are also suitable for final- year undergraduates. Over problems help to intensify the understanding of the material presented.
Category: The Quantum Theory Of Radiation. — Transactions of the Faraday Society This book was the first comprehensive treatment of quantum physics to appear in any language. Originally published in as part of Oxford University Press's famed International Series of Monographs on Physics, this book is a classic reference text.4/5(2).
First of all, the extension of the quantum theory of radiation to involve nonquantum stochastic effects such as thermal fluctuations is needed.
This is an important ingredient in the theory of partial coherence. Furthermore, the interface between classical and quantum physics is elucidated by the use of such distributions. The Quantum Theory of Radiation | Heitler W. | download | B–OK. Download books for free.
Find books. Classical theory of radiation -- Quantum theory of the pure radiation field -- The electron field and its interaction with radiation -- Methods of solution -- Radiation processes in first approximation -- Radiative corrections, ambiguous features -- Penetrating power of high-energy radiation.
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Pergamon Press, pp. o o o o. o o 2 E. 3. O O. oo o 00 0 o. 0 00 £0 Created Date: 8/18/ AM.Walter Heinrich Heitler (German: [ˈhaɪtlɐ]; 2 January – 15 November ) was a German physicist who made contributions to quantum electrodynamics and quantum field theory.
He brought chemistry under quantum mechanics through his theory of valence : Max Planck Medal (), Marcel .