An Introduction to Groups and their Matrices for Science Students

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An Introduction to Groups and their Matrices for Science Students
Authors: Robert Kolenkow
Year: 2022
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Language: english
ISBN 13: 9781108831086
ISBN 10: 1108831087
Categorie: Mathematics, Algebra
Pages: 339
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An Introduction to Groups and their Matrices for Science Students Robert Kolenkow
Group theory, originating from algebraic structures in mathematics, has long been a powerful tool in many areas of physics, chemistry and other applied sciences, but it has seldom been covered in a manner accessible to undergraduates. This book from renowned educator Robert Kolenkow introduces group theory and its applications starting with simple ideas of symmetry, through quantum numbers, and working up to particle physics. It features clear explanations, accompanying problems and exercises, and numerous worked examples from experimental research in the physical sciences. Beginning with key concepts and necessary theorems, topics are introduced systematically including: molecular vibrations and lattice symmetries; matrix mechanics; wave mechanics; rotation and quantum angular momentum; atomic structure; and finally particle physics. This comprehensive primer on group theory is ideal for advanced undergraduate topics courses, reading groups, or self-study, and it will help prepare graduate students for higher-level courses. Categories:
Mathematics – Algebra
Year:
2022
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Language:
english
Pages:
339
ISBN 10:
1108831087
ISBN 13:
9781108831086
File:
80 MB

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An Introduction to Groups and their Matrices for Science Students
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