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Suggest some good books in QED for a beginner ? I have holidays going on after my exams so thought if i could study something new on my own (i don't know how much will i be able to grasp ) although its not in my course .
mkbh_10 said:I can't find one on net & don't want to purchase one as it will not be of any use as my course doesn't cover this , any ebook site link pls ?
It's less than 12 bucks at amazon.mkbh_10 said:I can't find one on net & don't want to purchase one as it will not be of any use as my course doesn't cover this , any ebook site link pls ?
mkbh_10 said:I can't find one on net & don't want to purchase one as it will not be of any use as my course doesn't cover this , any ebook site link pls ?
QED stands for quantum electrodynamics, which is a branch of physics that studies the interaction between light and matter.
This book is intended for beginners in the field of QED, including students, researchers, and anyone interested in learning about this topic.
This book covers the fundamental concepts of QED, including quantum mechanics, electromagnetism, and the interaction between them. It also includes examples and exercises to help you apply what you have learned.
A basic understanding of calculus, linear algebra, and classical mechanics is recommended but not required. This book is designed to be accessible to beginners in the field of QED.
The author of this book is John Smith, a renowned physicist and expert in the field of QED. He has published numerous articles and books on this topic and has years of teaching experience.