Tales of the quantum : understanding physics' most fundamental theory / Art Hobson.
- New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
xvi, 287 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Quantum theory.
- "Tales of the Quantum is a discussion of the fundamental principles of quantum physics for the non-scientific reader. Hobson brings together examples that illustrate the simple and logical consistency of what otherwise is viewed as a largely unapproachable topic for anyone but physicists. The book condenses topics like force, motion, and electromagnetism"-- Provided by publisher.
- What is quantum physics about?
Particles and classical mechanics
Fields and classical electromagnetism
What is a quantum?
Quantum states and how they change
Superpositions and macroscopic quanta
An entangled, nonlocal universe
Schrodinger's cat and "measurement"
The environment as monitor: how change becomes irreversible.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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