The physics of neutron stars of which there are estimated to be about one billion in the Milky Way alone is covered, along with Strange quark matter when additional quarks come into play beyo...
James Gillies reviews in 1999 The Bible According to Einstein.
Wolfgang Lerche reviews in 1999
Based on an advanced course in the theory of solids at Illinois in 1961, this continues to fill the need to communicate the present view of a solid as a system of interacting particles that, under sui...
This volume offers a clear and comprehensive account of the fundamental physical implications of the quantum formalism, which deals with non-separability, hidden variable theories, measurement theorie...
With supplementary material, such as graphs and equations, this text creates a strong, solid anchor for first-year students.
This is considered to be one of the best introductory treatments of superconductivity and has been reprinted because of its enduring value.
From the author's introductory course at Orsay, this text explains the basic knowledge of superconductivity for both experimentalists and theoreticians.
This edition of Kaku's book, first published in 1988, ensures the continued availability of a valuable introduction to this field, already heralded in some quarters as the physics of the 21st century.
Helmut Burkhardt reviews in 1999 Accelerator Physics.