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A Modern Introduction to Classical Electrodynamics£70.00 Michele Maggiore
9780192867421 Beginning with Maxwell's equations in the vacuum, the text emphasises the central role of gauge invariance and of Special Relativity and is suitable for undergraduate students with some background knowledge of the subject and for graduate students. 

A Modern Introduction to Classical Electrodynamics£34.99 Michele Maggiore
9780192867438 Beginning with Maxwell's equations in the vacuum, the text emphasises the central role of gauge invariance and of Special Relativity and is suitable for undergraduate students with some background knowledge of the subject and for graduate students. 

Constructing Quantum Mechanics Volume 2: The Arch, 19231927£85.00 Michel Janssen, Anthony Duncan
9780198883906 This is the second of two volumes on the genesis of quantum mechanics in the first quarter of the 20th century. It covers the rapid transition from the old to the new quantum theory in the years 19231927. 

Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Molecular Simulation: Second EditionSecond Edition £65.00 Mark Tuckerman
9780198825562 This book synthesizes the underlying theory of statistical mechanics with the computational techniques and algorithms used to solve realworld problems and provide readers with a solid foundation in topics that reflect the modern landscape of statistical mechanics. 

Fluid Dynamics: Part 4: Hydrodynamic Stability Theory£68.00 Anatoly Ruban, Jitesh Gajjar, Andrew Walton
9780198869948 This is Part 4 of a book series on fluid dynamics which is devoted to hydrodynamic stability theory. This theory aims at predicting the conditions under which a flow which is smooth and regular (a socalled laminar flow) undergoes a transition to a more complicated and apparently erratic state known as turbulence. 

Quantum Information Science£55.00 Riccardo Manenti, Mario Motta
9780198787488 This book explains quantum information, the science at the basis of the new quantum revolution of this century. Aimed at students who are about to begin a master's program or their graduate studies, it teaches the reader to build and program a quantum computer and leverage its potential. 

The Oxford Linear Algebra for Scientists£55.00 Andre Lukas
9780198844914 Aimed at firstyear undergraduate student in physics and engineering, this textbook combines a rigorous theoretical introduction to linear algebra with many examples, solved problems, and exercises, as well as scientific applications of the subject, including internet search, artificial intelligence, and quantum computing. 

The Oxford Linear Algebra for Scientists£24.99 Andre Lukas
9780198844921 Aimed at firstyear undergraduate student in physics and engineering, this textbook combines a rigorous theoretical introduction to linear algebra with many examples, solved problems, and exercises, as well as scientific applications of the subject, including internet search, artificial intelligence, and quantum computing. 

Quantum Computing: From Alice to Bob£60.00 Alice Flarend, Robert Hilborn
9780192857972 A distinctive and accessible introduction to quantum information science and quantum computing, this textbook provides a solid conceptual and formal understanding of quantum states and entanglement for undergraduate students and upperlevel secondary school students with little or no background in physics, computer science, or mathematics. 

Quantum Computing: From Alice to Bob£29.99 Alice Flarend, Robert Hilborn
9780192857989 A distinctive and accessible introduction to quantum information science and quantum computing, this textbook provides a solid conceptual and formal understanding of quantum states and entanglement for undergraduate students and upperlevel secondary school students with little or no background in physics, computer science, or mathematics. 

When Things Grow Many: Complexity, Universality and Emergence in Nature£45.00 Lawrence Schulman
9780198861881 An accessible and interdisciplinary introduction to the applications of statistical mechanics across the sciences. The book contains a discussion of the methods of statistical physics and includes mathematical explanations alongside guidance to enable the reader to translate theory into practice. 

Time: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Jenann Ismael
9780198832669 What is time? This book describes the developing physics of the concept of time from Newton, via Einstein, to the present day, and the related philosophical aspects. It also discusses the psychological experience of time and insights from cognitive science. 

Quantum Theory: An Information Processing Approach£29.99 Jochen Rau
9780192896315 This text, for the first time, introduces quantum theory from the perspective of both the physical foundations and practical applications  from quantum computers to secure communication. It requires minimal mathematics and virtually no prior knowledge of physics, and is accessible to beginning undergraduates and students of related disciplines. 

Quantum Theory: An Information Processing Approach£60.00 Jochen Rau
9780192896308 This text, for the first time, introduces quantum theory from the perspective of both the physical foundations and practical applications  from quantum computers to secure communication. It requires minimal mathematics and virtually no prior knowledge of physics, and is accessible to beginning undergraduates and students of related disciplines. 

Covariant Physics: From Classical Mechanics to General Relativity and Beyond£66.00 Moataz H. Emam
9780198864899 A textbook for 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate students using the fundamental principle of covariance as a basis for studying classical mechanics, electrodynamics, the special theory of relativity, and the general theory of relativity, before moving on to more advanced topics of field theory, differential forms, and modified theories of gravity. 

Statistical Mechanics: Entropy, Order Parameters, and ComplexitySecond Edition £65.00 James P. Sethna
9780198865247 Oxford Master Series in Physics A new and updated edition of the successful Statistical Mechanics: Entropy, Order Parameters and Complexity from 2006. Statistical mechanics is a core topic in modern physics. Innovative, fresh introduction to the broad range of topics of statistical mechanics today, by brilliant teacher and renowned researcher. 

An Introduction to Thermal Physics£66.00 Daniel V. Schroeder
9780192895547 This is a textbook for the standard undergraduatelevel course in thermal physics. The book explores applications to engineering, chemistry, biology, geology, atmospheric science, astrophysics, cosmology, and everyday life. 

An Introduction to Thermal Physics£32.99 Daniel V. Schroeder
9780192895554 This is a textbook for the standard undergraduatelevel course in thermal physics. The book explores applications to engineering, chemistry, biology, geology, atmospheric science, astrophysics, cosmology, and everyday life. 

Exploring Classical Mechanics: A Collection of 350+ Solved Problems for Students, Lecturers, and Researchers  Second Revised and Enlarged English Edition£32.99 G. L. Kotkin, V. G. Serbo
9780198853794 This widly used text teaches analytical mechanics, the first chapter in the study of theoretical physics. Its methods and ideas are crucially important as they form the basis of all other branches of theoretical physics including quantum mechanics, statistical physics, and field theory. Most of the problems are original to this book. 

Exploring Classical Mechanics: A Collection of 350+ Solved Problems for Students, Lecturers, and Researchers  Second Revised and Enlarged English Edition£66.00 G. L. Kotkin, V. G. Serbo
9780198853787 This widly used text teaches analytical mechanics, the first chapter in the study of theoretical physics. Its methods and ideas are crucially important as they form the basis of all other branches of theoretical physics including quantum mechanics, statistical physics, and field theory. Most of the problems are original to this book. 