In Search of Quantum Reality
by John R. Boccio
Publisher: Swarthmore College 2014
Number of pages: 693
Quantum mechanics is a collection of postulates based on a huge number of experimental observations and the set of tools and ideas derived from those postulates. In this book you will learn now the quantum world works, why it must work in this particular way, and how we might understand it.
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