This fascinating introduction from quarks to computing covers every element of the quantum world in clear and accessible language. Based from a range of knowledge to illustrate what a fascinating world of quantum physics is, Max points out that it is not only a web of scientific terminology and metaphysical theories but a fact that influences our everyday lives.
The first idea that comes to mind when we hear the word quantum physics is Einstein and his theory of relativity. Of reality, it goes without mentioning that Quantum mechanics has far much to come than that. Physics is a great medium of explaining a million different things from heating up a cup of coffee to gravitational pull. The science of physics has no clear limit. It includes issues that are as items as tiny as neutrons as large as the galaxies. This book deals with its smallest side, the branch of quantum physics.
Physicists began to discover particles like electrons, protons, and neutrons around 1900, and with these discoveries, they believed they could predict the atom's internal behavior. However, once their predictions were compared with the results of real-world experiments, it became clear that the principles of classical physics and mechanics were far from capable of explaining atomic-scale phenomena. With this discovery came the emergence of quantum mechanics, one of human history's most significant scientific revolutions.
Quantum physics is everywhere today: it explains how our computers work, how lasers transmit information over the Internet and enable scientists to predict the behavior of almost every particle in nature accurately. Its implementation remains central to the analysis of the most profound issues about our environment and the cosmos.
In this book, you will learn:
What quantum physics really is
The law of attraction and quantum physics
Popular experiment on quantum physics
And so many more!