This book begins with theorems on the existence (and lack) of order for crystals and magnets and with the theory of critical phenomena, it continues by presenting the methods and results of 50 years ...
Cian O’Luanaigh reviews in 2012 Radioactivity: A History of a Mysterious Science.
Aimed at a broad audience, Weaving the Universe provides a thorough but short review of the history and current status of ideas in cosmology.
Symmetries and Conservation Laws in Particle Physics: An Introduction to Group Therapy for Particle Physics
The book examines symmetries and conservation laws in quantum mechanics and relates these to groups of transformations.
In this book the authors provide a self-consistent and complete treatment of the dynamics of the very early universe, passing through a concise discussion of the Standard Cosmological Model, a precise...
The Nucleon–Nucleon Interaction and the Nuclear Many-Body Problem: Selected Papers of Gerald E Brown and T T S Kuo
These selected papers provide a comprehensive overview of some key developments in the understanding of the nucleon–nucleon interaction and nuclear many-body theory.
This unique volume gives an accurate and detailed description of the functioning and operation of basic nuclear reactors, as emerging from previously unpublished papers by Enrico Fermi.
This hands-on guide is primarily intended to be used in undergraduate laboratories in the physical sciences and engineering. It assumes no prior knowledge of statistics and introduces the necessary co...
Robert Cailliau reviews in 2012 Risk – A very short Introduction.
Introducing the relevant theoretical ideas, observational methods and results, this textbook is ideally suited to graduate courses on dark energy, as well as supplement advanced cosmology courses.