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Feynman R.P. — QED, the strange theory of light and matter
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Название: QED, the strange theory of light and matter

Автор: Feynman R.P.

Аннотация:

This book is a venture that, as far as we know, has never been tried. It is a straightforward, honest explanation of a rather difficult subject — the theory of quantum electrodynamics — for a nontechnical audience. It is designed to give the interested reader an appreciation for the kind of thinking that physicists have resorted to in order to explain how Nature behaves.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/Квантовая теория поля/Квантовая электродинамика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1985

Количество страниц: 158

Добавлена в каталог: 31.08.2005

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Actions, fundamental      90 114;
Actions, three basic      110
Alternative ways      37 59 63 78 82
Amplitude, arrow      68
Amplitude, changes      102
Amplitude, for a coupling      92
Amplitude, for photon exchange      100;
Amplitude, j      121
Amplitude, P (A to B)      121;
Amplitude, probability      33
Anderson, Carl      98
Angle of incidence      3
Angle, relative      30 32
Arrow(s), adding      26 53 56 83
Arrow(s), amplitude      68
Arrow(s), combining      83 85 124
Arrow(s), drawing      37
Arrow(s), final      59
Arrow(s), identical      112
Arrow(s), multiplying      63
Arrow(s), radius      106
Arrow(s), reflection      27—32 71
Arrow(s), representing probabilities      25
Arrow(s), transmission      71
Arrow(s), unit      60—65 68—69 82
Atom(s), helium      113
Atom(s), hydrogen      100 113
Atom(s), lithium      113
Atom(s), oxygen      5
Atom(s), sodium      48
Atomic bomb      132
b quark      148
Baryons      132
Bell Laboratories      84
Beta decay      139—140 144
Bethe, Hans      128
c (speed of light)      87 89—90
c quark      148
Charge of quarks      134
Charge, calculated      127
Charge, electric      84
Charge, observed      128
Chemical properties      113
Chemistry, fundamental theoretical      5
Chromodynamics, quantum      139
Colors      33 113
complex numbers      63
Compound events      59
Conditions, final      81
Conditions, initial      81
Coupling constant for gluons      137
Coupling constant for W's      141 142
Coupling constant j      120 130 143
Coupling constant with a muon, W      144
Coupling, amplitude for      92 130
Coupling, d quark      148
Coupling, observed      129
Coupling, three-way      141
Crystal, nickel      84
Crystal, salt      48 49
Currents, neutral      141 142
Cycle, repeating      22 33
d quark      133—141 145 148 150
Davisson, C.J.      84
de Broglie, Louis      84
De Broglie, Louis, formula      84
Decay, beta      139 140 144
Diagrams      118
Difference, time      89
Diffraction, grating      46—49 59
Diffraction, through a small hole      55
Dirac, Paul      6 98 115
Dirac, Paul, theory      6
Duality, wave-particle      23 37
Dynamite, exploding      132
E (A to B), formula for      91
Eclipses, lunar      11
Eddington, Arthur      130
Einstein, Albert      112
Einstein, Albert, theory of relativity      5 87 89
Electricity and magnetism, Maxwell's theory of      5
Electricity and magnetism, quantum theory of      7
Electrodynamics, quantum      see “Quantum electrodynamics theory”
Electromagnetic potentials, scalar      123
Electromagnetic potentials, vector      123
Electron(s), backwards-moving      98
Electron(s), exchanging photons      100 136
Electron(s), fake      90
Electron(s), heavy      146 147
Electron(s), magnetic moment of      7 115 118
Electron(s), moving      98 123
Electron(s), neutrino      144—145
Electron(s), patterns      132
Electron(s), polarization of      120
Electron(s), relativistic theory of      6
Electron(s), spin-zero      112
Electron(s), theory of matter      4
Electron(s), wavelike character of      84
Electron-positron pair      126
Energies, negative      129
Event(s), analyzing      75
Event(s), compound      60
Event(s), observed physical      83
Event(s), probability of an      37 63
Event(s), suspicious      151
Exchanges, photon      95 100 107 114
Exclusion principle      112—113
Experiment(s), high-energy      132
Experiment(s), laboratory      116—117
Experiment(s), low-energy      132
Experiment(s), measuring reflection      28
Experiment(s), results of Newton's      23
Eye, human      14
Final conditions      81—82
Focusing lens      16 58 109
Force(s), electrical      113 134—135 151
Force(s), gravitational      151
Force(s), nuclear      131
Formula, De Broglie's      84
Formula, for E (A to B)      91 132
Formula, for P (A to B)      88 90—91
Franklin, Benjamin      134
Gamma rays      13
Gell-Mann, Murray      132
Germer, L.H.      84
Glass, opaque      110
Glass, scatters      107
Glass, thick sheet of      30 105
Glass, thin sheet of      20 33
Glass, transparent      110
Gluon(s)      134—138
Gluon(s), color of      137
Gluon(s), coupling constant      135 137
Gluon(s), quarks exchanging      136
Gluon(s), theory      137—138
Grating, diffraction      46—48 59
Gravitation, theory of      4
Gravitons      151
Gravity, quantum theories of      151
Greeks, point of view of      61
Hanbury — Brown — Twiss effect      75
Heat phenomena      4
History, of physics      6
Holes, and spots theory      18
Holes, tiny      78—79 85
Holograms      48
Hummingbirds      34
I (the “interval”)      88—90
Ideas, of quantum mechanics      3
Ideas, old-fashioned      56
Ideas, revolutionary      55
Incidence, angle of      38
Indians, Maya      11
Infinities      127 151
Initial conditions      81
Initial state      82
Interaction(s), effects      81
Interaction(s), electrical      143
Interaction(s), of light and matter, theory of      6
Interaction(s), principle of      81 83
Interaction(s), strong      136
Interaction(s), types of      142
Interaction(s), weak      142 143
Interaction(s), “color”-changing      136
Interference, colors      33
Interval, I      88—90
Iridescence      34
Irrational numbers      63
j      91 120—121 125—130 143
j, value of      91
Junction number, j      91 120—121 125—130 143
Knowledge, precise      55
Lambda particle      132
Lasers      112
Laws, mechanical      5
Laws, Newton's      5
Laws, of Nature      89
Lens, focusing      16 58 109
Light      13 23
Light, blue      33
Light, dim      14 15
Light, in everyday circumstances      15
Light, infrared      13
Light, particles of      36
Light, photon model of      112
Light, speed of, c      87 89—90
Light, speed of, in water and air      51
Light, ultraviolet      13 149
Light, weak monochromatic      36
Light, white      35 102
Line, unit      62
Line, wavy      88 91 92 95 105
Lines, multiplying      62
Lithium metal conducting electricity      113
Location, physical      105
Location, relative      110
m and e, observed values      127
Magic number      96 129
Magnetic field      98 115 123
Magnetic interaction      131
Magnetic moment, of electron      7 115 118
Magnetic moment, of neutron      131
Magnetic moment, of proton      131 138
Mass(es), calculated (n)      127
Mass(es), number      133
Mass(es), observed (m)      151—152
Mass(es), of heavier particles      145
Mass(es), of muon      143
Mass(es), of t quark      147
Mass(es), of tau      146
Mass(es), of W      140
Material, opaque      108
Material, reflective      18
Mathematicians      63
Matter, electron theory of      4
Mautner, Alix      3
Maxwell, James Clerk      4
Maxwell, James Clerk, theory      5
Maya Indians      11
Mesons      132
MeV      133
Mirage      52
Mirror      15 38
Mirror, etched      47
Monochromatic source      101—102 106
Motion, phenomena of      4
Mu-neutrino      144
Muon(s)      143—144
Muon(s), mass of      143
Muon(s), W coupling with a      144
Muon-antimuon pair      143—144
N      125
n and j, calculated numbers      125
Nature, analysis of      78
Nature, laws of      89
Nature, particle in      98
Nature, phenomenon of      84
Nature, strangeness of      80
Nature, variety in      110
Neutral currents      141 142
Neutral W      141
Neutrino, electron      144 145
Neutrons      131
New Zealand      3
Newton, Sir Isaac      5 13—14 18 21—23 37 85
Nuclear, forces      131
Nuclear, particles      9 131
Nuclear, phenomena      8 77
Nuclear, physics      8
Nuclear, reactors      139
Nucleus      5
Nucleus, atomic      7
Nucleus, exchanging photons      113
Number(s), complex      63
Number(s), irrational      63
Number(s), junction (j)      91
Number(s), m and e      126—128
Number(s), mass (m)      133
Number(s), mysterious      126 130 135
Number(s), n and j      125—130
Oil film      33 35
Opaque material      108
Optical phenomena      49
P (A to B), formula for      88 90
Pair(s), muon-antimuon      143 144
Pair(s), positron-electron      116 119 126 143
Pair(s), quark-antiquark      139
Partial reflection      15—25 36 47 64 66 69 72 75 77 100—110
Partial reflection of many surfaces      22
Partial reflection, by two surfaces      24
Partial reflection, colors produced by      33
Partial reflection, depending on thickness of glass      22 34
Partial reflection, suggested theories for      18
Partial reflection, wave theory of      22
Particle(s) fundamental      132 145 151
Particle(s) in Nature      98
Particle(s) of light      36
Particle(s), individual      139
Particle(s), intermediate      140
Particle(s), light behaves like      13 15
Particle(s), nuclear      9 131
Particle(s), repetition of      145
Particle(s), spin 1      140
Particle(s), spin 1/2      121 133 140 146—147
Particle(s), stationary      100
Particle(s), undiscovered      150
Path(s), definite      85
Path(s), neighboring      45 53—55 123
Path(s), of least time      52
Path(s), straight-line      53—55
Patterns, electron      132
Patterns, protonneutron      132
Peacocks      34
Phenomena at the atomic level      5
Phenomena of heat      4
Phenomena of motion      4
Phenomena of Nature      84
Phenomena of sound      4
Phenomena, celestial      11
Phenomena, familiar      16 38
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