Introduction To The Concepts In Modern Physics

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Publisher Laxmi Publications All Physics books by Laxmi Publications
ISBN 9789352744060
Author: J. C. N. Rajendra
Number of Pages 308
Edition First Edition
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Introduction To The Concepts In Modern Physics by J. C. N. Rajendra
Book Summary:

Introduction to the Concepts in Modern Physics is a comprehensive book designed to meet the requirements of undergraduate students preparing for bachelor’s degree in science and engineering. The book presents in elementary form to illustrate the most exciting concepts in modern physics that have been developed during the twentieth century. The term ‘modern physics’ is generally used to describe the concepts of physics whose theoretical foundations were laid after the year 1900. In fact, the modern physics instigated in 1990 with Max Planck’s remarkable discovery of the role of energy quantization in blackbody radiation, followed by Albert Einstein’s equally revolutionary theory of relativity and quantum theory of light. This has quickly evolved to develop the area of modern physics which comprises the two great fields that revolutionized the 20th-century physics: namely the relativity and quantum theory. Here, the term ‘modern physics’ is used to differentiate these fields from classical physics, which comprises such fields as Newtonian mechanics and classical electromagnetism, which were well established before 1900.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Physics Students.
Table of Content:

1. Introduction

2. Special Theory Of Relativity

3. Particle Properties Of Waves

4. Wave Properties Of Particles

5. Atomic Structure Of Matter

6. The SchröDinger Equation

7. One-Electron Atoms

Solution To Problems

Appendix

Bibliography

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