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The Six Core Theories of Modern Physics

""The Six Core Theories of Modern Physics" is a useful and amazingly compact compendium of the central equations and concepts of modern physics, treating broad areas while stressing their underlying unity. It stands as an ideal summary of all that a beginning graduate student should have learned, and that other scientists with a physics background will want to recall."
-- Dr. Daniel Gardner, Cornell University Medical College Charles Stevens, a prominent neurobiologist who originally trained as a biophysicist (with George Uhlenbeck and Mark Kac), wrote this book almost by accident. Each summer he found himself reviewing key areas of physics that he had once known and understood well, for use in his present biological research. Since there was no book, he created his own set of notes, which formed the basis for this brief, clear, and self-contained summary of the basic theoretical structures of classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, quantum mechanics, statistical physics, special relativity, and quantum field theory.

"The Six Core Theories of Modern Physics" can be used by advanced undergraduates or beginning graduate students as a supplement to the standard texts or for an uncluttered, succinct review of the key areas. Professionals in such quantitative sciences as chemistry, engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, and biophysics who need to brush up on the essentials of a particular area will find most of the required background material, including the mathematics.

Author: Charles F. Stevens
Pages: 247 pages
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