By David Prutchi, Shanni Prutchi
Build an intuitive knowing of the rules at the back of quantum mechanics via sensible building and replication of unique experiments
With easy-to-acquire, inexpensive fabrics and easy wisdom of algebra and trigonometry, Exploring Quantum Physics via Hands-on Projects takes readers step-by-step throughout the technique of re-creating clinical experiments that performed a vital position within the construction and improvement of quantum mechanics.
Presented in close to chronological order—from discoveries of the early 20th century to new fabric on entanglement—this e-book contains query- and experiment-filled chapters on:
* mild as a Wave
* gentle as Particles
* Atoms and Radioactivity
* the primary of Quantum Physics
* Wave/Particle Duality
* The Uncertainty Principle
* Schrödinger (and his Zombie Cat)
From basic measurements of Planck's consistent to trying out violations of Bell's inequalities utilizing entangled photons, Exploring Quantum Physics via Hands-on Projects not just immerses readers within the technique of quantum mechanics, it offers perception into the background of the field—how the theories and discoveries observe to our global not just this present day, but additionally tomorrow.
By immersing readers in groundbreaking experiments that may be played at domestic, institution, or within the lab, this first-ever, hands-on booklet effectively demystifies the realm of quantum physics for all who search to discover it—from technology fanatics and undergrad physics scholars to practising physicists and engineers.
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