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Greg Bernhardt

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I'm looking for a pedagogic introduction to dwave superconductivity on the level of field theory.
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Nov1111 06:02 PM
Minich

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I'm taking my first course in real analysis soon. I have a bit of linear algebra and advanced calculus...

Nov2111 03:00 AM
qspeechc

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Hello, as a new student of OFT and theoretical particle physics, I thought there might be good to create a thread...

Nov411 01:00 PM
naele

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I hope it's ok to post this here.
I have written an introductory book on supersymmetry, which assumes only some...

Nov311 08:52 AM
med17k

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I am a bit curios about what quants really do and am therefore planning to buy a book about quantitative analysis...

Nov1011 09:41 AM
knic

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Oct2711 06:14 AM
TheEigenvalue

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Hi,
I am doing self study with some special attention to number theory with application to computer science. I...

Nov2111 01:24 PM
nascentmind

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Nov1311 10:03 AM
intwo

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Nov2211 07:31 PM
nickadams

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i'm about to enter calculus, and I'm worried I have a weak background in K12 math.
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Nov611 05:59 AM
eumyang

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Oct2611 12:28 PM
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My intro to Proofs class uses How to Prove It, 2nd...

Nov111 05:29 AM
qspeechc

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Oct2611 03:44 PM
dacruick

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Oct2611 04:46 PM
johng23

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Nov1011 01:06 AM
Passionflower

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Nov111 09:48 PM
yenchin

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Oct2711 05:24 PM
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brocks

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Nov1611 06:27 PM
mishima

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I must say thusfar I read through chapter one of May's book and chapter 0 of Hatcher's, May is much more clear than...

Nov311 03:58 PM
mathwonk

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Nov911 09:33 PM
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Nov711 12:57 AM
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Nov1211 10:03 PM
clope023

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I'm planning my schedule for next semester and checking out what books I'll need. Before I can take Real Analysis, I...

Nov1411 10:00 AM
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Nov1511 07:56 AM
trex

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can anybody suggest a good book on photonphonon interactions in solid state theory.
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Nov1111 05:23 AM
Astronuc

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Nov1211 05:48 AM
danago

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Are spinors needed in modern theoretical physics as opposed to tensors? I have come across Penrose's book "Spinors and...

Nov1411 07:52 AM
QuArK21343

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I want a MV Calc book that has a good covering of vector field operations, mostly for studying Maxwell's equations and...

Nov1311 05:48 AM
qspeechc

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Looking for a solid introductory textbook for semiconductors. Preferably has proofs of all equations, and rigor would...

Nov1311 05:38 PM
sandy.bridge

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Hello,
After reading both How to Prove It: A Structured Approach  By Daniel J Velleman, and one of the Lost...

Nov1511 06:12 PM
wisvuze

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What is a good intro to atomic physics book that gives a good physical picture of whats going on.

Nov1611 04:16 PM
dextercioby

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Basically I'm looking for a general Biology book on par with Linus Pauling's General Chemistry. Perhaps a step above...

Nov2511 11:31 PM
atyy

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Nov1711 05:20 PM
Aic

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I am about to start my thesis and I have, let's say, just an introductory course of General Relativity as background...

Nov1911 07:18 PM
George Jones

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I was just wondering if anyone knows where I can find the solutions to the Extended Version of the book: Physics for...

Nov2011 03:16 PM
ahaanomegas

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My inquiry is hard to describe with out some background so bear with me.
I have done coursework through...

Nov2211 07:49 PM
IB Requiem

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I'm doing well in algebrabased physics but the calculus material is really kicking my ***.
I need a book (not...

Nov2311 01:40 AM
Carnivroar

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I am currently a mathematics major in my third year of study, and I recently changed my minor from economics to...

Nov2311 04:04 PM
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