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Atomic Structure Theory

Author : Walter R. Johnson
ISBN : 9783540680130
Genre : Science
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This book provides a hands-on experience with atomic structure calculations. Material covered includes angular momentum methods, the central field Schrödinger and Dirac equations, Hartree-Fock and Dirac-Hartree-Fock equations, multiplet structure, hyperfine structure, the isotope shift, dipole and multipole transitions, basic many-body perturbation theory, configuration interaction, and correlation corrections to matrix elements. The book also contains numerical methods for solving the Schrödinger and Dirac eigenvalue problems and the (Dirac)-Hartree-Fock equations.

Memoir Of John Dalton

Author : Robert Angus Smith
ISBN : PRNC:32101073304204
Genre : Atomic history
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Feynman And His Physics

Author : Jörg Resag
ISBN : 9783319968360
Genre : Science
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This book takes the reader on a journey through the life of Richard Feynman and describes, in non-technical terms, his revolutionary contributions to modern physics. Feynman was an unconventional thinker who always tried to get to the bottom of things. In doing so, he developed an intuitive view that made him one of the greatest teachers of physics. The author captures this development and explains it in the context of the zeitgeist of modern physics: What revolutionary ideas did Feynman have, what contribution did he make to the development of quantum mechanics and quantum field theory, how can Feynman's methods be understood? Be enchanted by this book and understand the physics of the genius whose 100th birthday was celebrated in 2018.

The Story Of Western Science From The Writings Of Aristotle To The Big Bang Theory

Author : Susan Wise Bauer
ISBN : 9780393243277
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A riveting road map to the development of modern scientific thought. In the tradition of her perennial bestseller The Well-Educated Mind, Susan Wise Bauer delivers an accessible, entertaining, and illuminating springboard into the scientific education you never had. Far too often, public discussion of science is carried out by journalists, voters, and politicians who have received their science secondhand. The Story of Western Science shows us the joy and importance of reading groundbreaking science writing for ourselves and guides us back to the masterpieces that have changed the way we think about our world, our cosmos, and ourselves. Able to be referenced individually, or read together as the narrative of Western scientific development, the book's twenty-eight succinct chapters lead readers from the first science texts by Hippocrates, Plato, and Aristotle through twentieth-century classics in biology, physics, and cosmology. The Story of Western Science illuminates everything from mankind's earliest inquiries to the butterfly effect, from the birth of the scientific method to the rise of earth science and the flowering of modern biology. Each chapter recommends one or more classic books and provides entertaining accounts of crucial contributions to science, vivid sketches of the scientist-writers, and clear explanations of the mechanics underlying each concept. The Story of Western Science reveals science to be a dramatic undertaking practiced by some of history's most memorable characters. It reminds us that scientific inquiry is a human pursuit—an essential, often deeply personal, sometimes flawed, frequently brilliant way of understanding the world. The Story of Western Science is an "entertaining and unique synthesis" (Times Higher Education), a "fluidly written" narrative that "celebrates the inexorable force of human curiosity" (Wall Street Journal), and a "bright, informative resource for readers seeking to understand science through the eyes of the men and women who shaped its history" (Kirkus). Previously published as The Story of Science.

Lucretius And The Atomic Theory

Author : John Veitch
ISBN : OXFORD:600086502
Genre : Atomic theory
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The Atom In The History Of Human Thought

Author : Bernard Pullman
ISBN : 0195150406
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The concept of the atom is very near scientific bedrock, touching first causes, fundamental principles, our conception of the nature of reality. This book is a translation from the French of a history of atomic thought and theory, from ancient Greece to the present day. Pullman grounds his coverage of scientific theory always in the religious and philosophical context of the times, covering the whole period of Western civilization, including in passing the major scientific philosophies of the Muslim world and India. The transition of atomism from a philosophical position to an experimental science, in the mid-19th century, is well handled, and the coverage is nicely rounded out by a treatment of the first visual proof of atoms' material existence by direct microscopic imaging of individual atoms, about ten years ago.

A New System Of Chemical Philosophy

Author : John Dalton
ISBN : UCAL:B4253859
Genre : Atomic theory
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Gro Er Lernwortschatz Englisch

Author : Hans G. Hoffmann
ISBN : 9783198994931
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Der bewährte Große Lernwortschatz Englisch liegt in einer völlig überarbeiteten Fassung vor. In 20 Haupt- und 150 Unterkapiteln wird der Wortschatz des modernen Lebens umfassend und benutzerfreundlich präsentiert. 15.000 Wörter, tausende von Anwendungsbeispielen, hunderte von grammatischen, lexikalischen und landeskundlichen Erläuterungen sowie eine große Auswahl an idiomatischen Wendungen und anregenden Zitaten machen den „Lernwortschatz“ zu einem idealen Hilfsmittel. Schriftsprache, Umgangssprache und Slang sind in ausgewogenem Verhältnis repräsentiert, allerneueste Wörter systematisch erfasst. Die Neubearbeitung bietet außerdem: - eine Kurzgrammatik mit den wichtigsten Themen, kompakt und übersichtlich dargestellt - zwei Register (Englisch und Deutsch) zum schnellen Nachschlagen. Für Studierende an Sprach- und Dolmetscherschulen und der Universität ist das Buch ein Muss. Lernenden der Sekundarstufe II leistet es beim themenbezogenen Arbeiten in Leistungs- und Grundkursen wertvolle Dienste. Auch lieferbar für die Sprachen: Französisch (978-3-19-019493-3) Italienisch (978-3-19-039493-7) Portugiesisch (978-3-19-006380-2) Spanisch (978-3-19-029493-0) und Wirtschaftsenglisch (978-3-19-006383-3).

Gro Er Lernwortschatz Englisch Aktuell

Author : Hans G. Hoffmann
ISBN : 9783198086001
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Wer in Englisch auf mittlerem und gehobenem Sprachniveau mitreden möchte, benötigt dafür den entsprechenden aktuellen Wortschatz. Der Große Lernwortschatz Englisch aktuell bietet rund 15.000 Wörter in 20 Haupt- und ca. 150 Unterkapiteln. Der Gebrauch der Wörter wird mittels häufig auftretender Wortverbindungen und Beispielsätzen verdeutlicht. Dazu gibt es zahlreiche Extras, die das Lernen und Nachschlagen erleichtern, wie z. B. ein zweifaches Register (Englisch und Deutsch), eine Kurzgrammatik, Hinweise zur Aussprache und vieles mehr.

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