Robert Berger, in Theoretical and Computational Chemistry, Field theories and global phase transformations. The standard model employs relativistic quantum field theory in order to describe particles and their interactions. The central quantity of these theories is the Lagrangian which ultimately determines the equation of motions for the fields. Quantum field theory remains among the most important tools in defining and explaining the microscopic world. Recent years have witnessed a blossoming of developments and applications that extend far beyond the theory's original scope. Toward a Relativistic Wave Equation Quantum Mechanics and Relativity The Dirac Equation/5(24). Derivation of the equations of relativistic hydrodynamics from the relativistic transport equation. Physics Letters, –, [55] N. A., by: 8. The following manuscript aims at an introduction to modern methods in relativistic quantum manybodytheory. In the recent years the interest in this topic has been triggered by the developments inheavy-ion physics, where the creation of strongly interacting matter in collisions of nuclei and itsproperties are studied (mostly at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) at the Brookhaven.

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Modern Quantum Mechanics is a classic graduate level textbook, covering the main quantum mechanics concepts in a clear, organized and engaging manner. The author, Jun John Sakurai, was a renowned theorist in particle theory. The second edition, revised by Jim Napolitano, introduces topics that extend the text's usefulness into the twenty-first Cited by: In my view, Maxwell equation is the Shrodinger euqation of photon. The solution of Maxwell equation is the wavefunction of photons. Or you can imagine a photon having the shape/size of the solution of the Maxwell equation. In this sense, Maxwell e. This book fills a gap in the middle ground between quantum mechanics of a single electron to the concept of a quantum field. In doing so, the book is divided into two parts; the first provides the necessary background to quantum theory extending from Planck's formulation of black body radiation to Schrodinger's equation; and the second part. The relativistic Landau equation is obtained as the Fokker-Planck approximation to the relativistic Boltzmann equation. It is shown that, as far as the transport coefficients are concerned, both equations yield identical results in the dominant term approximation. Special attention is given to Møller-, Bhabha- and Mott-scattering by: