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2015

AUTHORS

François David

ABSTRACT

Quantum mechanics in its modern form is now more than 80 years old. It is probably the most successful and complete physical theory that was ever proposed in the whole history of science. The quantum theory is born with the twentieth century from the attempts to understand the structure and the properties of matter, of light and of their interactions at the atomic scale. In a quarter of a century a consistent formulation of the quantum theory was achieved, and it became the general conceptual framework to understand and formulate the laws of the physical world. This theory is quantum mechanics. It is valid from the microscopic distances (the presently accessible high energy scales 10 TeV ≃ 10−19 m, and possibly from the Planck scale (10−35 m), up to the macroscopic distances (from ℓ ∼ 1 nm up to ℓ ∼ 105 m depending of physical systems, from molecules to neutron stars, and experiments). Beyond these scales, for most scientists the “old” classical mechanics takes over as an effective theory, valid when quantum interferences and non-local correlations effects can be neglected. More... »

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1-5

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The Formalisms of Quantum Mechanics

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978-3-319-10538-3
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