1 edition of **Quantum Theory of Near-Field Electrodynamics** found in the catalog.

Quantum Theory of Near-Field Electrodynamics

Ole Keller

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- 31 Currently reading

Published
**2011**
by Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg
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Written in English

- Nanotechnology,
- Physics

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Ole Keller |

Series | Nano-Optics and Nanophotonics -- 2 |

Contributions | SpringerLink (Online service) |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | [electronic resource] / |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL25546617M |

ISBN 10 | 9783642174094, 9783642174100 |

In this section we nally get to quantum electrodynamics (QED), the theory of light interacting with charged matter. Our path to quantization will be as before: we start with the free theory of the electromagnetic eld and see how the quantum theory gives . This isn't a book on quantum field theory, e.g. it has nothing on the formalism of creation and annihilation operators. But it did help me to understand books on quantum field theory, especially with regard to the original motivation of Feynman rules and all the topics I just mentioned. It's also very handy for reference, as all the theory is Reviews: 5.

Quantum Theory - $ Quantum Theory Of Near-field Electrodynamics By Ole Keller English Hardcover B. I was always fascinated by the story of Feynman, Schwinger, and Tomonaga tackling QED from the books Genius by James Gleick and QED and the Men Who Made It by Silvan Schweber. Of course QED by Feynman was great as well. Naturally studying the quantum theory of my favorite subject is a good idea.

Photons --Bosons --Fermions --Particles in an external field --Radiation --Scattering of radiation --The scattering matrix --Invariant perturbation theory --Interaction of electrons --Interaction of electrons with photons --Exact propagators and vertex parts --Radiative corrections --Asymptotic formulae of quantum electrodynamics. J. Bjorken and S. Drell, Relativistic Quantum Mechanics (McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, ). 13 J. Bjorken and S. Drell, Relativistic Quantum Fields (McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, ). 14 G. N. Watson, A Treatise on the Theory of Bessel Functions, 2nd ed. (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, ).

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Quantum Theory of Near-field Electrodynamics gives a self-contained account of the fundamental Quantum Theory of Near-Field Electrodynamics book of field-matter interaction on a subwavelength scale.

The quantum physical behavior of matter (atoms and mesoscopic media) in both classical and quantum fields is treated. From the Back Cover Quantum Theory of Near-field Electrodynamics gives a self-contained account of the fundamental theory of field-matter interaction on a subwavelength scale.

The quantum physical behavior of matter (atoms and mesoscopic media) in both classical and quantum fields is by: Quantum Theory of Near-Field Electrodynamics - Ole Keller - Google Books "Quantum Theory of Near-field Electrodynamics" gives a self-contained account of the fundamental theory of field-matter.

Quantum Theory of Near-field Electrodynamics gives a self-contained account of the fundamental theory of field-matter interaction on a subwavelength scale. The quantum physical behavior of matter (atoms and mesoscopic media) in both classical and quantum fields is : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

In particle physics, quantum electrodynamics (QED) is the relativistic quantum field theory of essence, it describes how light and matter interact and is the first theory where full agreement between quantum mechanics and special relativity is achieved.

QED mathematically describes all phenomena involving electrically charged particles. Quantum Field Theory (PDF p) This book provides a very clear and well written introduction to Quantum Field Theory.

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It describes QED as a program, rather than a closed theory, that rests on the theory of the quantum Maxwellian field interacting with given (external) classical sources of radiation and on the relativistic quantum mechanics of electrons interacting with a given (external) classical electromagnetic field.

This book is concerned with relativistic quantum field theory, especially QED, its most successful example. It is set in the no-man's land between the math ematically rigorous but numerically barren general field theory of the math ematical physicist and the computationally fertile but mathematically some times adventurous field theory of the more.

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Craig and T. Thirunamachandran | out of 5 stars Textbook on the theory of electrodynamics for advanced undergraduate or graduate students, and research workers. It is written from a classical field theoretical point of view, emphasising fundamental properties of the EM field.

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The quantum physical behavior of matter Author: Ole Keller. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1.

Survey of the classical theory Maxwell-Lorentz electrodynamics in space-time Electromagnetic green functions in spectral representation Angular spectrum representation of the green functions and fields The quantum field theories that have proved successful in describing the real world are all non-Abelian gauge theories, theories based on principles of gauge invariance more general than the simple U (1) gauge invariance of quantum electrodynamics.

These theories share with electrodynamics the attractive feature, outlined at the end of Sectionthat the existence.

Quantum electrodynamics (QED), quantum field theory of the interactions of charged particles with the electromagnetic describes mathematically not only all interactions of light with matter but also those of charged particles with one another.

QED is a relativistic theory in that Albert Einstein’s theory of special relativity is built into each of its equations. Freeman Dyson, Advanced Quantum Mechanics: this is essentially Dyson’s explanation of how he merged the points of view of Feynman, Schwinger and Tomonaga to create a QED that everybody else could understand.

If the Nobel prize were not limited to. In The Quantum Theory of Fields, Nobel Laureate Steven Weinberg combines his exceptional physical insight with his gift for clear exposition to provide a self-contained, comprehensive, and up-to-date introduction to quantum field theory.

This is a two-volume work. Volume I introduces the foundations of quantum field theory. The development is fresh and logical throughout. “The book by Zeidler is the second volume of a projected six-volume treatise on quantum field theory.

The present volume is on quantum electrodynamics. The book under review treats so many topics that the reader feels like a tourist on a package tour that visits 19 countries in 5 days, neglecting not a single monument or picture Reviews: 4.The easy-to-understand information given in this book is taken from a series of lectures Feynman gave at the California Institute of Technology.

He discusses atoms, basic physics, energy, gravitation, quantum mechanics, and the relationship of physics to other topics without making them convoluted or using unnecessarily big words.