Best Reference Books – Advance Quantum Information Science, Chemistry, Photochemistry, Field theory and Nanostructures

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advance Quantum Information Science, Chemistry, Photochemistry, Field Theory and Nanostructures subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advance Quantum Information Science, Chemistry, Photochemistry, Field Theory and Nanostructures along with reviews.

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1. “Advances in Entanglement and Quantum Information Theory” by Mahmoud Abdel-Aty and A-S F Obada

“Advances in Entanglement and Quantum Information Theory” Book Review: The book describes various types of entanglements. It describes mixed state entanglement with its physical importance. The book also discusses Shannon entropy and information entropy. The book explains the atomic inversion of cold atoms in a microcavity when its center-of-mass motion is described quantum mechanically. It shows that change in center-of-mass motion and cavity length affects the spatial dependence of the atomic inversion. It also presents different behaviours in the atomic emission for change in cavity length in three level ultra cold atoms.

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2. “Quantum Computation and Quantum Information” by Nielsen

“Quantum Computation and Quantum Information” Book Review: This book is beneficial for students and researchers in physics, mathematics, computer science and electrical engineering. The book explains the concepts of fast quantum algorithms, quantum teleportation, quantum cryptography and quantum error correction. It discusses quantum computers, their ability to solve problems faster than classical computers and its real world implementation. The book provides a number of diagrams and exercises.

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3. “Quantum Chemistry” by Donald A McQuarrie

“Quantum Chemistry” Book Review: The book describes quantum chemistry programs such as Gaussian, WebMo, MathCad and Mathematica. The book covers wave equation and schrodinger equation. It includes a harmonic oscillator, three-dimensional systems, atoms and molecules. It describes postulates and principles of quantum mechanics. The book provides many questions to solve. It also provides short math refresher inserts to understand the physical principles.

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4. “Quantum Chemistry: Through Problems and Solutions” by R K Prasad

“Quantum Chemistry: Through Problems and Solutions” Book Review: This book is helpful for students pursuing various courses in quantum chemistry. The book explains harmonic oscillators. The book describes problems and applications related to the topic in each chapter. It also provides various diagrams, examples and exercises for better understanding of the subject.

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5. “Zero-Phonon Lines: And Spectral Hole Burning in Spectroscopy and Photochemistry” by Olev Sild and Kristjan Haller

“Zero-Phonon Lines: And Spectral Hole Burning in Spectroscopy and Photochemistry” Book Review: This book gives data of the researches in the field of solid state spectroscopy. It explains the concept of laser spectroscopy with ultra-high spectral resolution. The book discusses zero-phonon lines and various phonon-coupling mechanisms, required to apply and understand techniques of ultra-high resolution such as hole burning or optical echoes. The book includes the investigation methods and practical applications of zero-phonon lines.

6. “Radiation Theory and the Quantum Revolution” by AGASSI

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“Radiation Theory and the Quantum Revolution” Book Review: This book describes the various researches and developments in radiation theory. It also describes the quantum revolution, which involves chopping up of light waves into discrete quantities. The book provides information about all the developments in this field with full explanations.

7. “An Introduction to Quantum Field Theory” by Michael E Peskin and Dan V Schroeder

“An Introduction to Quantum Field Theory” Book Review: The book is helpful for graduate students of physics. It explains relativistic quantum mechanics, quantum electrodynamics and feynman diagrams. The book describes theory of renormalization and its relationship with statistical mechanisms. It also discusses renormalization groups.

8. “Quantum Theory Of Fields” by Weinberg

“Quantum Theory Of Fields” Book Review: This is a completely informative and knowledgeable book. The book contains information about various developments in the quantum field theory. It explains principles of relativity and quantum mechanics. It also describes classical calculations of quantum electrodynamics in detail. Each chapter contains various exercise questions at the end of the chapter of this book.

9. “Growth Mechanisms and Novel Properties of Silicon Nanostructures from Quantum-Mechanical Calculations (SpringerBriefs in Molecular Science)” by Rui-Qin Zhang

“Growth Mechanisms and Novel Properties of Silicon Nanostructures from Quantum-Mechanical Calculations (SpringerBriefs in Molecular Science)” Book Review: The book is useful for scientists and researchers, who are interested in nanoscience, surface science, nanomaterials and related fields. It describes the growth mechanisms and properties of silicon quantum dots, nanotubes and nanowires. This book explains the mechanisms of oxide-assisted growth of silicon nanowires, energetic stability of pristine silicon nanowires and nanotubes and thermal stability of hydrogen terminated silicon nanostructures. It discusses direct-indirect energy band transitions of silicon nanowires and sheets by surface engineering and straining. It also contains information about size-dependent oxidation of hydrogen terminated silicon nanostructures.

10. “Nanostructure Physics of Isolated Quantum Well” by Saumitra Singha Dash and Dr Sujaul Chowdhury

“Nanostructure Physics of Isolated Quantum Well” Book Review: This book can benefit anyone interested in nanostructure physics of isolated quantum well. The book provides information about nanostructure physics, microelectronics and quantum mechanics. It also describes results for symmetric rectangular double barriers.

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