3 edition of Basic concepts of relativity found in the catalog.
Basic concepts of relativity
R. H. Good
Bibliography: p. 145-146.
|Statement||[by] R. H. Good.|
|Series||Basic concepts in physics, Reinhold physics textbook series.|
|LC Classifications||QC6 .G66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 152 p.|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||68029416|
Basic Concepts in Relativity and Early Quantum Theory by Robert E. Resnick; David Halliday and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Theory of Relativity. Later, Einstein was able to further develop this theory, leading to what is known as the General Theory of Relativity. Amongst other things, this latter theory is essentially a theory of gravitation. Relativity (both the Special and General theories), quantum mechanics, and thermodynamics areFile Size: KB.
Relativity and Quantum Physics for Beginners provides an entertaining perspective to many of the concepts that fueled the scientific revolution, while also theorizing that relativity and quantum physics were developed out of our need as a species to confront preconceived notions of the human experience. The page book was published in The older concept of relativity assumes that space and time are correctly measured separately and regards them as absolute and independent realities. The system of relativity and mechanics of Galileo and Newton is perfectly self-consistent, but the addition of Maxwell's theory of electricity and magnetism to the system leads to fundamental.
The general theory of relativity, together with the necessary parts of the theory of invariants, is dealt with in the author’s book Die Grundlagen der allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie (The Foundations of the General Theory of Relativity) — Joh. Ambr. Barth, ; this book assumes some familiarity with the special theory of relativity. v. Basic concepts in relativity and early quantum theory. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Resnick; David Halliday.
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It is a shame that this book is out of print. If you want to learn the special theory of relativity but can't or don't have the time to take a course in it, then this is a very good book to consult. Just about everything in here is easy to follow.
I picked up concepts very quickly using this book, when I 5/5(1). Buy Basic concepts of relativity (Basic concepts in physics) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersPrice: $ Buy Basic Concepts in Relativity and Early Quantum Theory on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Basic Concepts in Relativity and Early Quantum Theory: Resnick, Robert: : Books5/5(3).
Basic Concepts in Relativity book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(10). From the Publisher. This book covers basic concepts in relativity/quantum theory using a large, varied set of worked examples, questions, and problems to illustrate key concepts.
Relevant historical, philosophical, and biographical information is by: Basic Concepts in Relativity and Early Quantum Theory. A new edition of this introduction to modern physics, provides new material on the most recent experimental tests in relativity, and a fuller treatment of the space-time interval and the Kennedy-Thorndike experiment.4/5.
The first part of the book is devoted to special relativity, with a particular focus on space-time relativity and relativistic kinematics. The second part deals with Schrödinger's formulation of quantum mechanics. The presentation concerns mainly one-dimensional problems, but some three-dimensional examples are discussed in detail.
Basic concepts in relativity and early quantum theory Robert Resnick, David Halliday A new edition of this introduction to modern physics, provides new material on the most recent experimental tests in relativity, and a fuller treatment of the space-time interval and the Kennedy-Thorndike experiment.
well, there are plenty of books to choose from. My personal favourites are that of schutz and narlikar. a thorough reading of “introduction to general theory of relativity - j v narlikar” will introduce one with the basic and fundamental concepts of gtr.
schutz should be read after narlikar. Einstein’s theory was based on two key principles: The principle of relativity: The laws of physics don’t change, even for objects moving in inertial (constant speed) frames of reference. The principle of the speed of light: The speed of light is the same for all observers, regardless of their motion relative to.
This particular book starts with basic concepts useful in physics and relativity. This is a ball. It has mass (physics concept). More and less (basics). Flat space (a grid) versus curved space (think a grid painted on a trampoline with a bowling ball rolling on it). A small ball curves it less.
A larger ball curves it more/5(). Introduction to the Basic Concepts of Modern Physics: Special Relativity, Quantum and Statistical Physics Carlo Maria Becchi, Massimo D'Elia This is the third edition of a well-received textbook on modern physics theory.
Introduction to the Basic Concepts of Modern Physics: Special Relativity, Quantum and Statistical Physics Carlo Maria Becchi, Massimo D’Elia (auth.) These notes are designed as a text book for a course on the Modern Physics Theory for undergraduate students.
A super-quick, super-painless guide to the theory that conquered the universe. For years, the general theory of relativity has been a pillar of modern physics.
The basic idea is so elegant that you don’t need superpowers to understand it. Begin with Isaac Newton’s first law of motion: An object remains in uniform motion unless acted on.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Good, R.H. (Roland Hamilton), Basic concepts of relativity. New York, Reinhold Book Corp. General Relativity (Wald) Wald's text is a classic and undoubtedly one of the most familiar text in general is concise, lucid as well as mathematically rigorous.
It starts with basic concepts of differential geometry and then explains general relativity using the geometric viewpoint. An accesible version of Einstein's masterpiece of theory, written by the genius himself According to Einstein himself, this book is intended "to give an exact insight into the theory of Relativity to those readers who, from a general scientific and philosophical point of view, are interested in the theory, but who are not conversant with the mathematical apparatus of/5.
"A portion of this book is reprinted from Basic concepts in relativity and early quantum mechanics, second edition"--Title page verso.
Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: The experimental background of the theory of special relativity --Relativistic kinematics --Relativistic dynamics. Other Titles. An ideal choice for undergraduate students of science and engineering, this book presents a thorough exploration of the basic concepts of relativity.
The treatment provides more than the typical coverage of introductory texts, and it offers maximum flexibility since many sections may be used independently, in altered order, or omitted altogether. This book covers basic concepts in relativity/quantum theory using a large, varied set of worked examples, questions, and problems to illustrate key concepts.
Relevant historical, philosophical, and biographical information is included. From the Publisher: This book covers basic concepts in relativity/quantum theory using a large, varied set of worked examples, questions, and problems to illustrate key concepts.
Relevant historical, philosophical, and biographical information is included. "About this title" may belong to 4/5(15).This book presents a self-contained discussion of the concepts, methods and applications that can be expected in such a theory.
The two main approaches to its construction -- the direct quantisation of Einstein's general theory of relativity and string theory -- are covered.Basic Concepts in Relativity and Early Quantum Theory by Robert Resnick and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at