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This book investigates a discrete theory beyond space and time of QCDentanglement that creates spacetime. Quantum entanglement is known as the most striking property of electrodynamics. It provides both a foundation for quantum information technology and a challenge for theoretical physics. Unfortunately, the equations of motion for entangled systems, quantum jumps and similar phenomena are…

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This book describes complete nonlinear quantum mechanics, in which the fundamental and necessity theoretical principle and wavecorpuscle duality of microscopic particles were the foundation of this principle and its experimental evidences, the mechanisms of generation of the nonlinear interactions and its effects, as well as the methods solving nonlinear quantum mechanical problems, its distinctions with…

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Quantum entanglement is a quantum mechanical phenomenon with applications in various fields. This book includes research on the time travel hypothesis, in the context of general relativity, the fundamental importance in the open quantum systems theory of the border line between “system” and “environment” and its applications; and a scheme of ghost imaging and the…

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This book focuses on new developments in quantum optics research. Chapters include computeraided design (CAD) flow for largescale quantum circuits; the effects of cooperation between the Stokes and antiStokes modes in Raman scattering processes and an analysis of the different properties, such as entanglement and quantum degree of polarization for twomode states of the radiation…

Nonlinear Cooperative Effects in Open Quantum Systems: Entanglement and Second Order Coherence
$210.00Quick ViewThis monograph, “Nonlinear Cooperative Effects in Open Quantum Systems: Entanglement and Second Order Coherence” is dedicated to the large auditory of specialists interested in the modern approaches in quantum open systems, cooperative phenomena between excited atoms and the field of the nonlinear interaction. Special attention is dedicated to the problems of nonlinear interaction with vacuum…

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At the first look, the String Theory seems just an interesting and nontrivial application of the quantum mechanics and the special relativity to vibrating strings. By itself, the quantization of relativistic strings does not call the attention of the particle physicist as a significant paradigm shift. However, when the string quantization is performed by applying…

Theory of the Integer and Fractional Quantum Hall Effects
Physics Research and Technology, Classical and Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Theory, Physics and Astronomy$210.00Quick ViewThis book aims to describe the physics of the integer and fractional quantum Hall effects (QHE) from a theoretical side. In the classical Hall effect, the Hall resistance is proportional to the applied magnetic field strength and varies continuously. So, the discovery of a stepwise change of the Hall resistance by von Klitzing in an…

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The Quantum Information Theory (IT) perspective on entropic origins of the molecular electronic structure and chemical reactivity is examined in this book. The classical IT of Fisher and Shannon has already provided sensitive probes of the chemical bond patterns in molecules, generating tools for the bond spatial localization, formulating entropic measures of its overall multiplicity,…

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This new book presents and discusses current research in the field of quantum physics. Chapter One reviews the impact of quantum field theory on the feasibility of local causal models of quantum theory. Chapter Two examines the uncertainty principle and minimal length at all energy scales and some of its implications. Chapter Three shows that…

Quantum Mechanics: Principles, New Perspectives, Extensions and Interpretation – Revised Edition
$89.00Quick ViewThe book Quantum Mechanics: Principles, New Perspectives, Extensions and Interpretation – Revised Edition deals with the foundations of Quantum Mechanics in a quite novel way. From his own published works throughout these last 20 years in prominent Journals, Prof. L.S.F. Olavo reconstructs Quantum Mechanics (as related to the Schrödinger equation) from the scratch, both in…

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In this book, an attempt to augment the physical representations about some phenomena of the quantum electrodynamics in relation to medical physics is made. First of all, the physical theory of an electromagnetic radiation quantum is developed. The Schrodinger’s equation for a quantum is found and solved. The quantum length, how it is radiated, what…

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This book provides new research on the types and applications of Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs). Chapter One focuses on basic working principles, design, growth, fabrication, and testing of QCLs, as well as some advanced integrated devices and their applications. Chapter Two discusses terahertz (THz) QCLs design and fabrication toward the high temperature and large average…

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The scalar strong interaction hadron theory, SSI, is a first principles’ and nonlocal theory at quantum mechanical level that provides an alternative to low energy QCD and Higgs related part of the standard model. The quarkquark interaction is scalar rather than colorvectorial. A set of equations of motion for mesons and another set for baryons…

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This book provides new research on the effects and observations of quantum confinement. Chapter One reviews manifestations of the quantum size effect for explaining the high anomalous activity of the metal and metal oxide nanoparticles in heterogeneous catalysis that might be associated with significant modification of their electronic properties compared to bulk materials. Chapter Two…

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This book provides new research on quantum gravity. Chapter One reviews the semiclassical corrections to the metric of a spherically symmetric static black hole spacetime. Chapter Two discusses quantum entanglement in connection to black holes and nanotechnology. Chapter Three provides a particlelike description of Planckian black holes. Chapter Four analyzes quantum gravity corrections to gauge…

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This book is divided into two parts. The lowenergy limit of quantum gravity is analysed in the first half of the book, whereas in the second half of the book, the authors explain the highenergy domain. In the first part, by applying the effective field theory point of view to the quantization of general relativity,…

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Since its inception, general relativity has been unreceptive to a marriage with the quantum aspects of our universe. Following the ideas of Einstein, one may pursue an approach that allows spacetime itself to take centre stage. The quantum properties of matter are then carried by the dynamics of spacetime shape and connectivity. This monograph introduces…

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It is commonly thought that superluminal or fasterthanlight physical phenomena should be excluded from mainstream physics and considered as an exotic subject to be confined at most to science fiction, since their existence would contrast with the predictions of the main currently accepted physical theories. On the other hand several theoretical and experimental results, collected…

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The proposed completion of QM theory, with the new nonprobabilistic equations and a new mathematical basis for the deterministic quantum mechanics is presented here as a conservative extension of the Standard QM by 3dimensional (of rest mass energy density) elementary particles. This theory can reshape our view of the quantum world, allowing us to include…

Completion and Unification of Quantum Mechanics with Einstein’s GR Ideas. Part I: Completion of QM
$230.00Quick ViewThis unique manuscript presents a novel approach to QM by modeling an elementary particle via 3D matter/energy density, which propagates in the open timespace continuum as a rest mass energy density wave packet. This simple idea is based on the fact that any macroscopic object of mass M that occupies a finite 3D volume V…

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In this text, the author establishes a connection between classical and quantum mechanics through the normal field definition and related wave function concept. Indeed, the author proposes a new energy which includes both classical and quantum mechanics in a unified framework. Concerning such energy, they show that if ℏ≪m, where m denotes the total system…

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In the book Quantization of Fields, the problems of electromagnetic and gravitational fields quantization are examined. Quantization of an electromagnetic field is carried out in photon space, i.e., in the reference system moving with a light velocity. This reference system accompanies a photon, therefore, it is possible to carry out the display of a photon…

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Some of the unfunded opportunities (UFOs), like the TR3B or TR6, are already flying; with this in mind, it may appear that this book is published too late. However, this is not the case. Both extraterrestrials and humans have developed craft of similar a “planform.” Officials and the media continuously feed the masses incorrect information.…

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This book is a collection of pioneering research that deals with quantum mechanics from the novel point of view, ranging from theoretical to applications. Quantum mechanics and its application is one of the very progressive fields that is currently governing our technology in industry and science. It has been a long time since Schrodinger, Born,…