Quantum Paradoxes. Quantum Theory for the Perplexed

  • ID: 2183417
  • Book
  • 299 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Yakir Aharonov is one of the pioneers in measuring theory, the nature of quantum correlations, superselection rules, and geometric phases and, as such, has made monumental contributions to theoretical physics. Together with Daniel Rohrlich of the Weizmann Institute, Israel, he has written here a groundbreaking work on the remaining mysteries of quantum mechanics. With both students as well as researchers in mind, the authors provide an insight into that part of the field that led Feynman to declare "nobody understands quantum mechanics".
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The Use of Paradox

How to Weigh a Quantum

Is Quantum Theory Complete?

Phases and Gauges

Modular Variables

Nonlocality and Causality

Quantum Measurements

Measurement and Compensation

Quantum Cats

A Quantum Arrow of Time?

Superselection Rules

Quantum Slow Dance

Charges and Fluxons

Quantum Measurements and Relativity

How to Observe a Quantum Wave

Weak Values

Weak Values and Entanglement

The Quantum World
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"This is a wonderful book for everyone who wishes to deep the knowledge and understanding of the foundations of quantum mechanics.[...] As a whole, "Quantum Paradoxes. Quantum Theory for the Perplexed" is an exclusively rare and inspirational book on quantum mechanics that explores the never–ending mysterious quantum paradoxes to bring the readers to the QuantumWonderland. This book I do believe should be recommended to everyone."

Zentralblatt MATH

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