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"'Relative State' Formulation of Quantum Mechanics."

By: EVERETT, HUGH, III (1930-1982).

Price: $1,800.00

Publisher: In:, Reviews of Modern Physics, July 1957.: 1957

Seller ID: S10250


Series: Reviews of Modern Physics, Vol. 29, No. 3. pp. 454-462. (Lancaster): American Physical Society, 1957. Large 8vo. (266 x 205 mm). iv, 836 pp. Plates, figs., tables. Later green cloth, gilt-stamped spine title. Fine. FIRST MAJOR PUBLICATION, re-titled and abridged, of Everett's original PhD thesis "The Theory of the Universal Wavefunction" (1957). "Hugh Everett III was a brilliant mathematician, an iconoclastic quantum theorist and, later, a successful defense contractor with access to the nation's most sensitive military secrets. He introduced a new conception of reality to... View more info

Quantum kinematics and dynamics.

By: SCHWINGER, Julian (b. 1918).

Price: $35.00

Publisher: New York:, W. A. Benjamin, 1970.: 1970

Seller ID: S5403


Series: Frontiers in Physics. 229 x 150 mm. 8vo. x, 374, [3] pp. Printed wrappers. Very good. View more info

The theory of groups and quantum mechanics. Translated from the second (revised) German edition by H. P. Robertson.

By: WEYL, Hermann (1885-1955).

Price: $10.00

Publisher: (New York):, Dover, circa 1950.: 1950

Seller ID: S5479


203 x 136 mm. 8vo. xxii, 422 pp. 3 figs., bibliog., index. Printed wrappers; rubbed. Ink notations on rear cover. Very good. Weyl's book on applications of group theory to quantum mechanics was the first to appear on that subject. View more info

"Quantenmechanik und Gruppentheorie." In: Zeitschrift fur Physik, 46.

By: WEYL, Hermann (1885-1955).

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Berlin:, Julius Springer, 1927.: 1927

Seller ID: S8172


8vo. (Article): 1-46 pp. (Whole volume) vii, 902 pp. Articles, figs. Navy blue cloth, gilt spine. Later cloth folding case, gilt stamped leather spine label. Blind stamp of Mount Wilson Observatory. FINE. RARE. FIRST EDITION. This is an early contribution in which Weyl developed the concept of continuous groups using matrix representations. With his application of group theory to quantum mechanics he established the modern subject. Weyl was one of the most gifted of Hilbert's students at the University of Gottingen and was greatly influenced by his thinking in the first part of his mathematic... View more info