6 edition of Particle Physics for Non-Physicists found in the catalog.
Particle Physics for Non-Physicists
Steven H. Pollock
by Teaching Company
Written in English
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Physics for non-physicists. There are some remarks about the theory of black holes as well as cosmology, and the singularities that occur in these : Peter Landsberg. A Tour of the Subatomic Zoo: A guide to particle physics is a brief and ambitious expedition into the remarkably simple ingredients of all the wonders of nature. With hardly a mathematical formula, Professor Cindy Schwarz clearly explains the language and much of the substance of elementary particle physics for the 99% of students who do not Author: Cindy Schwarz.
Particle accelerators have made an enormous impact in all fields of natural sciences, from elementary particle physics, to the imaging of proteins and the development of new pharmaceuticals. A merit of the book is who it is pitched at. It is not really for a generalist outside physics. Rather, it seems best suited for the physicist (student or not) who is not in particle physics. Non-physicists may be surprised at this, but particle physics can seem strange and forbidding even to physicists/5(3).
Get this from a library! Particle physics for non-physicists: a tour of the microcosmos. [Steven Pollock; Teaching Company.;] -- Discover how something as minute as a subatomic particle can be marvelously complex and interesting, yet rendered comprehensible, in this enjoyable presentation by the University of Colorado's. These lectures are an introduction to the ideas of particle physics, aimed at students and teachers with little or on knowledge of the subject. They form a broad basis that will be developed in more detail by the subsequent lecturers in the school. Prerequisite knowledge Basic physics: No prior knowledge of particle physics needed. For a cheap pocket sized guide see "Particle Physics - .
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About the best book i have listened to on particle physics. Despite being branded as a course, the lectures make a better book on particle physics for normal readers than almost any popular books. This is possibly one of the best early courses for anyone studying the standard model/5(48).
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So this is a very "math light" physics course for non-physicists, and thus for someone who is a veteran of hard SF there won't be much here in the way of new concepts - you have probably read Heinlein's Time for the Stars in which a pair of telepathic twins conduct the famous "twin experiment" with one twin staying on Earth getting old while.
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I've owned this book for many years now and revisit it often. It goes into excellent detail about the history of particle physics and the cast of characters but it also gives great explanations that make the complexity of the field quite the discovery of the electron to the current understandings of the Standard Model (current as of the date of publication), the Cited by: Click to read more about Particle Physics for Non-Physicists: A Tour of the Microcosmos by Steven Pollock.
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Scientists have been asking that question for a long time and have found that many of the answers can be found in the study of particle physics, the field that focuses on those impossibly tiny particles with unbelievably.
Scientists have been asking that question for a long time and have found that many of the answers can be found in the study of particle physics, the field that focuses on those impossibly tiny particles with unbelievably strange names - the hadrons and leptons, baryons and mesons, muons and gluons - so mystifying to the rest of us.
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