# Quantum Physics

## Department

Physics

## Document Type

Book

## Files

## Description

Simply explains the behaviour of matter and energy at the molecular, atomic, nuclear and even smaller levels Idiot's Guides ® - Quantum Physics makes this very complex topic easy to understand. Aimed at the true novice, this guide skips the complicated maths and dives right into all the concepts, paradoxes, thought experiments and implications that make quantum physics so fascinating. All the basics are covered with an absorbing explanation of quantum versus classical physics, a look at the smallest known particles and much more. With detailed explanations and history on scientific concepts, principles and experiments, such as the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, Schrodinger's cat thought experiment, the famous double-slit experiment and more. With concrete examples to explain complicated mathematical concepts and an easy-to-understand discussion of the latest discoveries. Idiot's Guides ® - Quantum Physics makes the subject as easy as possible and without using maths, exploring implications of the theory that explains subatomic particles and energy

## Call number in WMU's library

QC174.123 .H86 2015 (WMU Authors Collection, First Floor)

## ISBN

9781615643172

## Publication Date

2015

## Disciplines

Quantum Physics

## Recommended Citation

Pancella, Paul V., "Quantum Physics" (2015). *All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors*. 747.

https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/books/747