What is Resource recommendations: Definition and 20 Discussions
A Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) is a unique sequence of characters that identifies a logical or physical resource used by web technologies. URIs may be used to identify anything, including real-world objects, such as people and places, concepts, or information resources such as web pages and books. Some URIs provide a means of locating and retrieving information resources on a network (either on the Internet or on another private network, such as a computer filesystem or an Intranet), these are Uniform Resource Locators (URLs). A URL provides the location of the resource. A URI identifies the resource by name at the specified location or URL. Other URIs provide only a unique name, without a means of locating or retrieving the resource or information about it, these are Uniform Resource Names (URNs). The web technologies that use URIs are not limited to web browsers. URIs are used to identify anything described using the Resource Description Framework (RDF), for example, concepts that are part of an ontology defined using the Web Ontology Language (OWL), and people who are described using the Friend of a Friend vocabulary would each have an individual URI.
I like to read the following blogs:
Shtetl Optimized by Scott Aaronson: https://scottaaronson.blog/
Not Even Wrong by Peter Woit: https://www.math.columbia.edu/~woit/wordpress/
More Quantum by Mateus Araujo: https://mateusaraujo.info/
and I used to like Sean Carroll and Sabine Hossenfelder...
TL;DR Summary: Here I am asking for some opinions and recommendations for mathematically rigorous books that should be taken as an interested physics student. I know the question is quite subjective but any insightful answer is appreciated.
I am willing to join undergraduate physics classes...
Hi all. This is the first time I am using this forum, so please forgive me if this has been said before already.
I am a high-school sophomore and I took the AP Physics 1 course last year. I really enjoyed it because I had an amazing teacher and next year I will be taking AP Physics 2 and AP...
inspiration:
How does one predict the effects of small modifications (ordering of optical devices etc)? https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/the-experiment-of-kim-et-al-1999-with-small-modification.1047803/
In chapter 5 and 6 of A Guide to Experiments in Quantum Optics, the authors deal with...
I was just browsing through the textbooks forum a few days ago when I came across a post on differential geometry books.
Among the others these two books by the same author seem to be the most widely recommended:
Elementary Differential Geometry (Barret O' Neill)
Semi-Riemannian Geometry with...
I am looking for introductions and reviews (papers or books) on the possible observation and the nature of dark matter. This book seems to be a good start, but I would be grateful for any other recommendations that are accessible to people with knowledge of physics at the undergraduate level...
So, a website in which I just enter an element or an Isotope and it just lists all the relevant experimental data like mass, mass-defect binding energy etc.
Also resources for the absorption data, resources to explore Monte-Carlo simulations, and other calculation tools would be awesome. Just a...
Hi all,
I was wondering if I could get recommendations for texts/notes that delve deeper into the mathematics of QM as well as QM itself than what one finds in standard "Intro to QM" texts. Ideally it'd be presented in the style of Nielsen and Chuang's Quantum Computation book, but in greater...
I am planing to change my field (in PhD) and learn Machine Learning to differentiate different phases of strongly correlated matter. I learned Monte Carlo method in my MS and have intermediate level knowledge of topological insulators.
Before completely getting into Machine Learning, I want to...
Can anyone recommend a place to find case studies in electronics design? I am looking for concrete examples of the engineering process from requirements definition through PCB layout.
As a physicist who designs instrumentation I would like to improve my improve my design process and employ more...
I have taken one first QFT course last year which used Matthew Schwartz "Quantum Field Theory and the Standard Model" book. The course went all the way to renormalization of QED, although path integrals weren't discussed.
Now I want to continue learning QFT and also I want to make a second...
I know there is a lot of questions like this in this community but I need a personalized answer. I am 15 years old. I've always loved physics and always asks questions. My wish for learning physics dates back to 2016. Yeah that's right, I've spend two years just looking for the right resources...
Hey guys this isn't so much a homework question as it is a learning question. Any good resources online that could help me practice calculating current/voltage gains as well as input/output resistances for BJT and MOSFET amplifier circuits? I can't really find any resources that give me problems...
For example - the field due to a thin rod , proving shell theorem, moment of inertia, shape of a metal disk held over a flame, etc..
In all of these you cleverly use infinitismal elements with the appropriate conditions and integrate. I am looking for more of these infinitismal element physics...
Homework Statement
I have 2 thin rods of length L in the axial plane(x axis), they're of the same uniform linear charge distribution and are separated by a distance a .
Homework Equations
$$E = \frac{kq} {R^2}$$
$$F = qE$$
The Attempt at a Solution
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Let 0 be one at one end of the two rod...
Finding authentic resources online is pretty difficult for a starter. There are some websites that come up frequently on search engines;
1. healthline.com
2. livestrong.com
3. medicinenet.com
4. emedicinehealth.com
5. webmd.com
6. nhs.uk
My questions are mostly cause-and-effect ones.
I...
In two months I'm going to take one Physics exam which covers all the undergraduate courses and I must confess I feel quite overwhelmed by the amount of content that there is to be reviewed.
In truth I feel that for the purpose of preparing for one exame like this it is not really productive to...
I am planning to give the MATH GRE. I intend to go to physics graduate schools but I may have to given the MATH GRE according to my college's requirement. I very much like maths, but I'm overloaded with physics related work, including the GRE, since I have been making a transition from...
I am trying to dig deep into classical mechanics. Among many suggestions, this was an odd one to me. I know of Arnold Sommerfeld and his work, but I have not read any of his works(books, papers, .etc). I tried to find reviews of this book online to no avail. If there are people who have read the...
Are there any good books related to the not much popular De Broglie-Bohm pilot wave theory? There have been recent studies on dynamics of the walking droplets relation with pilot-wave dynamics to describe the motion of quantum particles.