A book review written by Lee Sonogan
(2015) Non-fiction, science
Other than the large-scale world, the future of science and technology will come from the microscopic. Becoming a more observable world greater than what humans can see, the behaviour of the unseen is an interesting new field I wanted to know more about. Much like our understanding of many subjective concepts, the mechanics of the universe at the quantum level may be the most intriguing.
Classical physics that have already been established can on go so far. From phenomena encountered that goes over people’s heads, defining substances so complex needs rules. Identifying light in all areas is history documented in this book. Naming a lot of effects of energy and waves, with their properties containing a lot of uncertain numbers
Table of contents:
- Quantum Physics Defined
- Applications of Quantum Physics
- Dealing with Probabilities
- Particles in Bound States
- Harmonic Oscillators
- The Future of Quantum Physics
Already the world has seen what the quantum possibilities can do. Uncrackable encryption and supercomputers are running higher than a binary system. Biological compasses allow humans and animals to manipulate electrons to their advantage. And the entanglement positions can improve resolution on images with microscopes.
In this final paragraph, this book delivers its tittle but lacks in-depth examples and details. Most of the terminology is rather short because it is a short read of 36 pages. I wish it educated you better on the scientific algebra language that is provided. Overall the kinetic force of the tiny gives you the basics to somewhat understand physics role in life, time and space.
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