
INTERACTION OF HIGH POWER LASERS WITH PLASMAS, INDIAN REPRINT  SHALOM ELIEZER (EX) 

Cover Price : £ 49.99

Imprint : IOP Publishing ISBN : 9780750307475 YOP : 2014

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 334 CD : No


The Series in Plasma Physics is an international series that meets the need for uptodate texts in this rapidly developing field. Books in the series range in level from introductory monographs and practical handbooks to more advanced expositions of current research. Spanning both laboratory and astrophysical plasmas, topics covered include: magnetohydrodynamics and kinetic theory,waves and instabilities, magnetic and inertial confinement fusion, electron, Ion and photon acceleration and heating, transport, turbulence, nonlinear plasma physics, dusty plasma physics, diagnostics, plasma processing and plasma simulation
Here Professor Eliezer provides a thorough self contained discussion of the physical processes occurring in laserplasma interactions, including a detailed review of the relevant plasma and laser physics. Laser absorption and propagation, electron transport and the relevant plasma waves are analysed in detail. The physics of the electric and magnetic fields in a laser induced plasma medium, laser induced shock waves, rarefaction waves, heat waves and the related hydrodynamic instabilities (RayleighTaylor, RichtmyerMeshkov and KelvinHelmholtz) are also discussed.
This book is not a summary of research result but rather it is a pedagogical presentation where the basic physics issues are addressed from first principles. Simple models are used wherever appropriate, and the material presented here is a foundation on which the graduate student can build an understanding of the past and present research in this field. For the experienced researcher, this book is a comprehensive and useful presentation of laserplasma interactions.
About the Author
Shalom Eliezer is professor of physics at Soreq Nuclear Research Centre, Israel and Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain. He has published over 270 papers in scientific journals, written or coauthored six earlier titles, of which two have recently appeared as second editions, contributed chapters to other books and given over 70 invited lectures at international conferences. His areas of research include laserplasma interactions, nuclear fusion, highpressure physics, nuclear physics and elementary particle physics. A fellow of the American Physical Society and recipient of the Israeli Landau Award for achievement in Physics on the subject of laser plasma interaction, he is a member of many international advisory boards and an editorial board member of several scientific journals.




Atomic Physics  Christopher J. Foot 
Author 
Christopher J. Foot


Cover Price : Rs 695.00

Imprint : Oxford University Press ISBN : 0199545014 YOP : 2008

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 346 CD : No


About the Book :
This text will thoroughly update the existing literature on atomic physics. Intended to accompany an advanced undergraduate course in atomic physics, the book will lead the students up to the latest advances and the applications to BoseEinstein Condensation of atoms, matterwave interferometry and quantum computing with trapped ions. The elementary atomic physics covered in the early chapters should be accessible to undergraduates when they are first introduced to the subject. To complement the usual quantum mechanical treatment of atomic structure the book strongly emphasizes the experimental basis of the subject, especially in the later chapters. It includes ample tutorial material (examples, illustrations, chapter summaries, graded problem sets).
Contents :
1. Early Atomic Physics
2. The Hydrogen Atom
3. Helium
4. The Alkalis
5. The LScoupling scheme
6. Hyperfine Structure and Isotope Shift
7. The Interaction of Atoms with Radiation
8. Dopplerfree Laser Spectroscopy
9. Laser cooling and trapping
10. Magnetic trapping, Evaporative cooling and BEC
11. Atom Interferometry
12. Ion Traps
1. Early Atomic Physics
2. The Hydrogen Atom
3. Helium
4. The Alkalis
5. The LScoupling scheme
6. Hyperfine Structure and Isotope Shift
7. The Interaction of Atoms with Radiation
8. Dopplerfree Laser Spectroscopy
9. Laser cooling and trapping
10. Magnetic trapping, Evaporative cooling and BEC
11. Atom Interferometry
12. Ion Traps
13. Quantum Computing
About the Author :
Christopher J. Foot, Department of Physics, University of Oxford. 



Principles of Nanophotonics, Indian Reprint 2012  Motoichi Ohtsu (EX) 
Author 
Motoichi Ohtsu Kiyoshi Kobayashi Tadashi Kawazoe, Takashi Yatsui Makoto Naruse


Cover Price : Rs 1,995.00

Imprint : T & F / Routledge ISBN : 9781584889724 YOP : 2012

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 248 CD : No


About the Book :
Coauthored by the developer of nanophotonics, Principles of Nanophotonics outlines physically intuitive concepts of the subject using a novel theoretical framework that differs from conventional wave optics. It probes farreaching physical insights into the local electromagnetic interaction in the nanometric subsystem composed of electrons and photons.
After reviewing the background, history, and current status of research and development in nanophotonics and related technologies, the book presents a unique theoretical model to describe the interactions among nanometric material systems via optical nearfields. It also evaluates a nonadiabatic fabrication process using this theoretical model. The authors then explore nanophotonic devices and fabrication techniques and provide examples of qualitative innovation. The final chapter looks at how the assembly of nanophotonic devices produces a nanophotonic system.
Nanophotonics is on its way to revolutionizing various applications in devices, fabrications, and information and communication systems. Promoting further exploration in the field, this book helps you understand the theory behind nanophotonics and how it can be applied to devices and systems.
Contents:
Preface
Authors
1 Introduction
Modern Optical Science and Technology and the Diffraction Limit
Breaking Through the Diffraction Limit
Nanophotonics and Its True Nature
Some Remarks
2 Basis of Nanophotonics
Optical NearFields and Effective Interactions as a Base for Nanophotonics
Principles of Operations of Nanophotonic Devices Using Optical NearFields
Principles of Nanofabrication Using Optical NearFields
3 Nanophotonic Devices
Excitation Energy Transfer
Device Operation
Interconnection with Photonic Devices
Room Temperature Operation
4. Nanophotonic Fabrication
Adiabatic Nanofabrication
Nonadiabatic Nanofabrications
SelfAssembling Method Via Optical NearField Interactions
5. Fundamentals of Nanophotonic Systems
Introduction
Optical Excitation Transfer and System Fundamentals
Hierarchy in Nanophotonics and Its System Fundamentals
Summary and Discussion
Appendix A: Projection Operator
Appendix B: Effective Operator and Effective Interaction
Appendix C: Elementary Excitation Mode and Electronic Polarization
Appendix D: Minimal Coupling and Multipolar Hamiltonians
Appendix E: Transformation from Photon Base to Polariton Base
Index




Particle Astrophysics  Donald Perkins 

Cover Price : Rs 695.00

Imprint : Oxford University Press ISBN : 0199545030 YOP : 2008

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 272 CD : No


About the Book :
Recent years have seen a symbiosis of the fields of elementary particle physics and the astrophysics of the early universe. This text presents the background of the subjects and the latest developments at a level suitable for the average physics undergraduate. After introductory chapters in elementary particles and their interactions and role in the expanding universe, the problems and challenges of cosmological asymmetries, dark matter and dark energy are presented, followed by chapters on the growth of cosmic structure, on high energy cosmic rays and on particle processes in stars. A balance is maintained between theory and experiment and the text supplemented with over 100 problems, together with answers and model solutions.
Contents :
Preface
Acknowledgements
1. Quarks and Leptons and their Interactions
2. The Expanding Universe
3. Conservation Rules and Symmetries
4. Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe
5. Development of Structure in the Early Universe
6. Cosmic Particles
7. Particle Physics in the Stars
Answers to Problems
References
Bibliography
Index.
About the Author :
D.H. Perkins is Emeritus Professor of Physics at the University of Oxford. 



Quantum Theory of ManyParticle Systems  Alexander L. Fetter, John Dirk Walecka 
Author 
Alexander L. Fetter John Dirk Walecka


Cover Price : $ 34.95

Imprint : Dover ISBN : 9780486428277 YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 640 CD : No


About the Book :
"Singlemindedly devoted to its job of educating potential manyparticle theorists…deserves to become the standard text in the field." — Physics Today
"The most comprehensive textbook yet published in its field and every postgraduate student or teacher in this field should own or have access to a copy." — Endeavor
A selfcontained, unified treatment of nonrelativistic manyparticle systems, this text offers a solid introduction to procedures in a manner that enables students to adopt techniques for their own use. Its discussions of formalism and applications move easily between general theory and direct use by offering illustrations of principles to specific cases.
Chapters on second quantization and statistical mechanics introduce students to groundstate (zerotemperature) formalism, which is explored by way of Green’s functions and field theory (fermions), Fermi systems, linear response and collective modes, and Bose systems. Finitetemperature formalism is examined through field theory at finite temperature, physical systems at finite temperature, and realtime Green’s functions and linear response. Additional topics cover canonical transformations and applications to physical systems in terms of nuclear matter, phonons and electrons, superconductivity, and superfluid helium as well as applications to finite systems.
Graduate students will find this text enormously practical in making the transition from taking courses in quantum mechanics to interpreting the vast quantity of literature concerning the manybody problem.




PHYSICS OF SEMICONDUCTORS  MARIUS GRUNDMANN (EX) 

Cover Price : Rs 995.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9788184894653 YOP : 2010

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 722 CD : No


The Physics of Semiconductors provides material for a comprehensive upperlevelundergrauate and graduate course on the subject, guiding readers to the point where they can choose a special topic and begin supervised research. The textbook provides a balance between essential aspects of solidstate and semiconductor physics, as well as the principles of various semiconductor devices and their applications in electronic and photonic devices. It highlights many practical aspects of semiconductors including alloys, strain, heterostructures, nanostructures, that are necessary in modern semiconductor research but typically omitted in textbooks. For the interested reader some additional advanced topics , such as Bragg mirrors, resonators, polarized and magnetic semiconductors are included. Also supplied are explicit formulas for many results, to support better understanding. The Physics of Semiconductors requires little or no prior knowledge of solidstate physics and evolved from a highly regarded twosemester course at the University of Leipzig.
Contents
1 Introduction
Part I Fundamentals
2 Bonds
3 Crystals
4 Defects
5 Mechanical Properties
6 Band Structure
7 Electronic Defect States
8 Transport
9 Optical Properties
10 Recombination
11 Heterostructures
12 External Fields
13 Nanostructures
14 Polarized Semiconductors
15 Magnetic Semiconductors
16 Organic Semiconductors
17 Dielectric Structures
Part II Applications
18 Diodes
19 LighttoElectricity Conversion
20 Electricity to Light Conversion
21 Transistors
Part III Appendices
A Tensors
B Kramers Kronig Relations
C Oscillator Strength
D Quantum Statistics
E The k p Perturbation Theory
References
Index




Molecular and Cellular Biophysics (Indian Reprint 2012)  Jack A. Tuszynski 

Cover Price : Rs 1,995.00

Imprint : T & F / Routledge ISBN : 9781584886757 YOP : 2012

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 544 CD : No


DESCRIPTION:
From quantum theory to statistical mechanics, the methodologies of physics are often used to explain some of life's most complex biological problems. Exploring this challenging yet fascinating area of study, Molecular and Cellular Biophysics covers both molecular and cellular structures as well as the biophysical processes that occur in these structures. Designed for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students in biophysics courses, this textbook features a quantitative approach that avoids being too abstract in its presentation.
Logically organized from smallscale (molecular) to largescale (cellular) systems, the text first defines life, discussing the scientific controversies between mechanists and vitalists, the characteristics of living things, and the evolution of life. It then delves into molecular structures, including nucleic acids, DNA, RNA, interatomic interactions, and hydrogen bonds. After looking at these smaller systems, the author probes the larger cellular structures. He examines the cytoplasm, the cytoskeleton, chromosomes, mitochondria, motor proteins, and more. The book concludes with discussions on biophysical processes, including oxidative phosphorylation, diffusion, bioenergetics, conformational transitions in proteins, vesicle transport, subcellular structure formation, and cell division.
CONTENTS:
List of Tables
List of Figures.
What Is Life?
What Are the Molecules of Life?
What Is a Biological Cell?
What Are Life Processes?
Glossary.
Index. 



STATISTICAL PHYSICS: INCLUDING APPLICATIONS TO CONDENSED MATTER  CLAUDINE HERMANN (EX) 

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9788184893212 YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 296 CD : No


Statistical Physics bridges the properties of a macroscopic system and the microscopic behavior of its constituting particles, otherwise impossible due to the giant magnitude of Avogadro's number. Numerous systems of today's key technologies, such as semiconductors or lasers  are macroscopic quantum objects; only statistical physics allows for understanding their fundamentals. Therefore, this graduate text also focuses on particular applications such as the properties of electrons in solids with applications, and radiation thermodynamics and the greenhouse effect.
Contents
Introduction
Glossary
1. Statistical Description of Large Systems Postulates
2. The Different Statistical Ensembles. General Methods
3. Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics
4. The Ideal Gas
5. Indistinguishability, the Pauli Principle
6. General Properties of the Quantum Statistics
7. Free Fermions Properties
8. Elements of Bands Theory and Crystal Conductivity
9 Bosons: Helium 4, Photons, Thermal Radiation
Solving Excercises and Problems of Statistical Physics
Units and Physical Constants
A few useful formulae
Excercises and Problems
Solution of the Excercises and Problems
Index




Superconductivity, Superfluids and Condensates  James F. Annett 

Cover Price : Rs 595.00

Imprint : Oxford University Press ISBN : 0199544999 YOP : 2008

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 200 CD : No


About the Book :
The book covers three main strands: BoseEinstein condensates (BEC), superfluids and superconductivity. The subjects are developed in a way which gradually builds up the key concepts and the necessary mathematical machinery. The book begins with the simplest of the three topics, BEC, and first thoroughly reviews the basics of the BoseEinstein ideal gas before going into the techniques of magnetic trapping and cooling of atoms and the discovery of BEC in dilute atomic gases. Superfluidity in helium4 is more difficult to understand, because it is a strongly interacting quantum liquid. The book introduces the main physical phenomena of superfluidity, and how it follows from the key concept of microscopic quantum coherence and offdiagonal long ranged order. The theory of superconductivity is developed in stages, starting with the simpler London and Ginzburg Landau theories and their main applications, before developing the mathematical concepts of a quantum coherent state and the Bardeen Cooper Schrieffer (BCS) theory. The final chapter deals with the more advanced topics, including superfluid helium3 and evidence for unconventional Cooper pairing in exotic superconductors. No prior knowledge of quantum manybody theory is assumed, and the necessary mathematical concepts are introduced in a selfcontained manner where needed.
Contents :
1. BoseEinstein condensates
2. Superfluid helium4
3. Superconductivity
4. The GinzburgLandau model
5. The macroscopic coherent state
6. The BCS theory of superconductivity
7. Superfluid helium3 and unconventional superconductivity
A. Solutions and hints to selected exercises
About the Author :
James F. Annett, HH Wills Physics Laboratory, University of Bristol, UK.




MODERN ASTRONOMY  C. SIVARAM 
Author 
C. SIVARAM KENATH ARUN


Cover Price : Rs 250.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789380156057 YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 182 CD : No


About the Book
The year 2009 is being recognised as the international year of astronomy (IYA) to mark the four hundredth anniversary of the historical occasion in the year 1609 when Galileo Galilei used the then newly invented telescope to observe astronomical objects.
Many activities have been planned to commemorate IYA09. Towards this we feel that an Astronomy Quiz book, along with introductory notes on a wide variety of topics in astronomy, would be very timely. We have, in this book, a thousand interesting trivia related to all aspects of astronomy. Also included are introduction to wide range of topics on modern astronomy, including planets, stars, space probes, astronomers: facts and discoveries, historical facts, observatories, etc.
This book will be of good interest to both general public as well as to students interested in astronomy and its many interesting fields.
Contents
Preface, International Year of Astronomy, 2009, 1. The Solar System, 2. Stellar Evolution, 3. Black Holes, 4. Galaxies, 5. Dark Matter and Dark Energy, Astronomy Quiz Questions, Astronomy Quiz Answers.
About the Authors
C Sivaram is a senior professor and Chairman of Theoretical Astrophysics group at Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore. He is the recipient of prestigious international awards like Martin Foster Gold Medal and the Ettore Majorana fellowship. He has served as the Joint Director of projects of the World Laboratory (Geneva) and collaborated with Nobel Laureate, Abdus Salam. He has over 200 papers in International journals and author of two books in varied fields in astronomy.
Kenath Arun is a lecturer in the Department of Physics, Christ Junior College, Bangalore. He is the recipient of six gold medals from Bangalore University (MSc in Physics) and is currently pursuing his Ph.D in Cosmology under the guidance of Prof C Sivaram. He has presented papers at National and International Seminars.




ENGINEERING PHYSICS, 2ND ED REPRINT  PRABIR K. BASU 

Cover Price : Rs 225.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9788190832243 YOP : 2013

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 310 CD : No


About the Book
The whole syllabus comprises various branches of Physics considering various engineering applications in day to day life. It starts with Optics which is being divided into Interference, Diffraction and Polarization chapters. Here interaction of light with various matters and effect of matters on light have been discussed. In Interference, nature of light has been studied with various optical devices. Various phenomenon based on it has been explained. Diffraction phenomenon has been analyzed qualitative and quantitative way for single slit as well as for plane diffraction grating. Polarization chapter deals with character deals with transverse nature of light. The conceptual approach towards understanding these topics have been presented with the contents in such a way that student's comfortable level with these topics can be raised.
Laser and Fiber Optics give fundamental understanding in a lucid way using their engineering applications. Basically both topics have integrated applications especially in the communication field. Laser is a signal source which is communicated towards destination via fiber medium with minimum loss of energy. The prime parameters and requirements for communication engineers have been discussed in these chapters.
Simple Harmonic Motion topic consists of fundamentals of this motion propagating in several material mediums and its effects. Electromagnetic theory is explained in such a way that it helps the engineering students when they encountered engineering problems in communications. Various phenomena relevant with Dielectric materials are discussed and its origin and applications in regular life are dealt with.
Theory of Relativity gives basic principles lies in relative phenomena. The chapter emphasizes how the concept of invariance of mass, length and time are changed by Einstein.
Nuclear Physics starts with fundamental aspects of nuclear interaction with matter and other elementary particles. It goes ahead with description of nuclear detectors applicable in various applications. Superconductivity deals with fundamentals, basic theory and applications associated with it. Within a certain critical limits these materials practically show zero resistivity along with perfect diamagnetism. Some additional but important topics are also covered in Appendix.
Contents
Preface
Chapter 1. Interference
Chapter 2. Diffraction
Chapter 3. Polarization
Chapter 4. Laser
Chapter 5. Fiber Optics
Chapter 6. Simple Harmonic Motion
Chapter 7. Dielectrics
Chapter 8. Electromagnetic Theory
Chapter 9. Special Theory of Relativity
Chapter 10.Nuclear Physics
Chapter 11.Superconductivity
Appendix
Problems with Solution
Questions for Assignment
Index.
About the Authors
After qualifying among the toppers in Physics in NET, 1989, Prabir Kanti Basu received his Ph.D degree from BITS, Pilani, in the field of solid State Optoelectronic devices while working at National Physical laboratory, New Delhi. Thereafter he joined in semiconductor fabrication industry in 1995 and received training at Germany. There he was involved in process optimization of zener diodes, power diodes, switching diodes, power transistors and solar cells. Since 2003 he is involved in teaching at different engineering colleges at Faridabad. In between he has also worked as Research Professor at South Korean University on project of advanced solar cell research. He has published several research papers in reputed international journals such as IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, Semiconductor Science and Technology, Renewable Energy, Materials Science letters, Solar energy Materials and Solar Cells, etc., and presented several papers in International Conferences. Besides academics, he is actively involved in working with industry. Since 2006 he is working with Udhaya Energy Photovoltaics Pvt. Ltd, Coimbatore as visiting consultant.
After completing M.Sc with specializations in Electronics and Nuclear Physics, Hrishikesh Dhasmana qualified NET and GATE, 1999, in Physics, and received his M.Tech degree from IIT Bombay in Materials Science and Engineering. He has already published papers in the Journal of Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, Frontier in Material Science and Technology, Renewable Energy, etc. After his M.Tech since 2004 he is actively involved in teaching in various engineering colleges. His areas of interest are solid state materials, thin film and semiconductor devices. Currently he is pursuing Ph.D from IIT Delhi in nanostructure based photovoltaic devices in Center for Energy Studies. 



OPTICS AND PHOTONICS, 2ND ED, INDIAN REPRINT  F.GRAHAM SMITH (EX) 
Author 
F.GRAHAM SMITH TERRY A. KING DAN WILKINS


Cover Price : Rs 3,995.00

Imprint : Wiley India ISBN : 9788126540235 YOP : 2013

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 516 CD : No


The Second Edition of this successful textbook provides a clear, wellwritten introduction to both the fundamental principles of optics and the key aspects of photonics to show how the subject has developed in the last few decades, leading to many modern applications. The book thus provides a complete undergraduate course on optics in a single integrated text. The new edition has been completely updated and specific important changes include:
• New material on modern optics and photonics
• Rearrangement of chapters to give a logical progression comprising groups of chapters on geometric optics, wave optics and photonics
• Many more worked examples and problems
In addition, substantial revisions have been made to chapters on holography, lasers and the interaction of light with matter. For this edition Smith and King have been joined by a new coauthor, Professor Dan Wilkins from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, who has many years experience of teaching optics courses.
This balanced, practical, modern introduction to optics and photonics and will prove invaluable to students taking optics courses within science and engineering.
Contents
PREFACE.
1. LIGHT AS WAVES, RAYS AND PHOTONS.
2. GEOMETRIC OPTICS.
3. OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS.
4. PERIODIC AND NONPERIODIC WAVES.
5. ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES.
6. FIBRE AND WAVEGUIDE OPTICS.
7. POLARIZATION OF LIGHT.
8. INTERFERENCE.
9. INTERFEROMETRY: LENGTH, ANGLE AND ROTATION.
10. DIFFRACTION.
11. THE DIFFRACTION GRATING AND ITS APPLICATIONS.
12. SPECTRA AND SPECTROMETRY.
13. COHERENCE AND CORRELATION.
14. HOLOGRAPHY.
15. LASERS.
16. LASER LIGHT.
17. SEMICONDUCTORS AND SEMICONDUCTOR LASERS.
18. SOURCES OF LIGHT.
19. INTERACTION OF LIGHT WITH MATTER.
20. THE DETECTION OF LIGHT.
21. OPTICS AND PHOTONICS IN NATURE.
Appendix 1: Answers to Selected Problems.
Appendix 2: Radiometry and Photometry.
Appendix 3: Refractive Indices of Common Materials.
Appendix 4: Spectral Lineshapes and Linewidths.
Appendix 5: Further Reading.
INDEX. 



Statistical Mechanics : Algorithms and Computations  Werner Krauth 

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : Oxford University Press ISBN : 0199545022 YOP : 2008

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 360 CD : Yes


About the Book :
This book discusses the computational approach in modern statistical physics in a clear yet accessible way, and works out its intimate relations with other approaches in theoretical physics. Individual chapters focus on subjects as diverse as the hard sphere liquid, classical spin models, single quantum particles and BoseEinstein condensation. They contain indepth discussions of algorithms ranging from basic enumeration methods to modern Monte Carlo techniques. The emphasis is on orientation. Discussions of implementation details are kept to a minimum.
The book heavily relies on illustrations, tables and concise printed algorithms to convey key information: all the material remains easily accessible. The book is fully selfcontained: graphs and tables can be readily reproduced by programming at most a few dozen lines of computer code. Most sections lead from an elementary discussion to the rich and difficult problems of contemporary computational and statistical physics, and will be of interest to a wide range of students, teachers and researchers in physics and the neighboring sciences. An accompanying CD allows to incorporate the layout material (illustrations, tables, schematic programs) into the reader's own presentations.
Contents :
1. Monte Carlo Methods
2. Hard Disks and Spheres
3. Density Matrices and Path Integrals
4. The Bose Gas
5. Order and Disorder in Spin Systems
6. Entropic Forces
7. Dynamic MonteCarlo Methods
About the Author :
Werner Krauth, CNRS  Laboratoire de Physique de l'Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France.




Structure and Dynamics : An atomic view of materials  Martin T. Dove 

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : Oxford University Press ISBN : 0199545001 YOP : 2008

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 360 CD : No


About the Book :
This book is concerned with a wide range of general principles that govern the behaviour of atoms in solids, and these principles are applied to the full range of types of materials known to man. The dual focus is on the structures of materials at an atomic level and on how the atoms vibrate inside solids. This dual focus comes together to explore how the atomic principles determine the behaviour and properties of materials. Attention is also given to experimental methods. The general principles include the factors that determine the packing of atoms to form the huge variety of structures, the formal description of real and reciprocal space, the types of atomic bonding, the formalism of atomic vibrations, and the theories of phase transitions. The tools covered include diffraction and spectroscopy, both laboratory and largescale facilities.
Contents :
Preface
1. Introduction
2. Structure of materials
3. Formal description of crystal structures
4. The reciprocal lattice
5. Atomic bonding in crystals
6. Diffraction
7. Physical properties
8. Lattice dynamics
10. Experimental methods for measurements of vibrational frequencies
11. Anharmonic interactions
12. Displacive phase transitions
A. Real crystals!
B. Fourier analysis
C. Schoenflies representation of the point groups
D. Rhombohedral, trigonal and hexagonal unit cells
E. Space groups
F. Lattice energy minimization
G. Some note on the variational theorem
H. Ewald Sphere
I. The Wilson Plot
J. Diffraction from isotropic materials
K. Calculation of physical properties
L. Partition function: some key results
M. Lattice sums
N. Meansquare atomic displacement and temperature factors
References
Index.
About the Author :
Martin T. Dove is Reader in Computational Mineral Physics, Department of Earth Sciences, Cambridge University. 



Gauge Theory of Elementary Particle Physics : Problems and Solutions  TaPei Cheng (EX) 
Author 
TaPei Cheng LingFong Li


Cover Price : Rs 695.00

Imprint : Oxford University Press ISBN : 9780195693287 YOP : 2008

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 312 CD : No


DESCRIPTION:
Students of particle physics often find it difficult to locate resources to learn calculational techniques. Intermediate steps are usually not given in the research literature. To a certain extent, this is the case even in some of the established textbooks. In this book of worked problems enough details are provided so that the beginner will understand the solution in each particular case. With this stepbystep guidance, students (after first attempting the solution themselves) can develop their skills and confidence in their ability to work out particle theory problems.
Besides being a problems/solutions addition to the well established textbook by Cheng & Li, this book introduces several new topics. It provides the reader with a selfcontained approach to the subject, suitable even for those not familiar with the textbook. All problems have been given a descriptive title, enabling the reader to select according to his preferences.
CONTENTS:
Preface
1. Field Quantization
2. Renormalization
3. Renormalization Group
4. Group Theory and the Quark Model
5. Chiral Symmetry
6. Renormalization and Symmetry
7. The Parton Model and Scaling
8. Gauge Symmetries
9. Quantum Gauge Theory
10. Quantum Chromodynamics
11. Electroweak Theory
12. Electroweak Phenomenology
13. Topics in Flavourdynamics
14. Grand Unification
15. Magnetic Monopoles
16. Instantons
References
Index.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
TaPei Cheng, Professor, University of Missouri, St. Louis.
LingFong Li, Professor, Carnegie Mellon University. 



Computational Physics, 2nd ed.  V.K. Mittal 
Author 
V.K. Mittal R.C. Verma S.C. Gupta


Cover Price : Rs 395.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789380618692 YOP : 2015

Binding : Paperback Size : 6.25" X 9.50" Total Pages : 340 CD : No


About the Book
The first edition of the book has been wellreceived, that has prompted the authors to produce its second edition with a purpose to empower the reader to develop FORTRAN programs. Assuming the reader has no prior familiarity with programming, the book introduces basic ideas of the problemsolving and FORTRAN programming with applications to various problems in mathematics, physics and statistics. Thus, this book is expected to be useful to the scientific and engineering community where extensive numerical computations are to be performed in these subjects. The present edition includes 58 algorithms, 50 flowcharts and 101 programs, with emphasis on solving nonlinear or transcendental equations numerically by different methods. Besides, Euler and RK4 methods have been used to solve 2nd order differential equations treating them as initial value problems. In addition, appendices have been given to introduce computer organization, disk operating system, FORTRAN file management and bugs in programming. Many new problems and short answer type questions have now been added in this edition.
Salient features
• Fundamentals of problem solving
• Essential and advanced features of FORTRAN 77
• Algorithms, flowcharts and programs for a large number of problems in Physics, Mathematics and Statistics
Contents
1. Fundamentals of Problem Solving 2. Fortran 77 : Essential Features 3. Fortran 77 : Advanced Features 4. Computer Problems  I 5. Computer Problems – II 6. Computer Problems  III, Appendix 1 : Hardware, Appendix 2: Software, Appendix 3: Handling of Fortran Files, Appendix 4: Prgram Errors
About the Authors
Dr.V.K.Mittal is Professor of Physics in the Punjabi University Patiala. He obtained his Ph.D. in Experimental nuclear Physics from Panjab University, Chandigarh. He has published over 60 research papers as well as 3 books on Computational Physics and Computer Simulation. He was a visiting associate to Inter University Accelerator Centre, New Delhi. His current interest are Material Science and Computational Physics.
Dr.R.C.Verma is professor & head at the Department of Physics, Punjabi University, Patiala. He obtained his Ph.D. in Theoretical High Energy Physics from Panjab University, Chandigarh. He has published over 100 research papers and has received Hari Ohm Ashram Award for his research work. He has published several books on Computational Physics using different programming languages. He has been visiting scientist to various institutes in Canada, USA, Taiwan and Italy. His current interests are Particle Physics and Computational Physics.
Dr.S.C.Gupta is retired professor and Head, Department of Physics, Punjabi University, Patiala. He has served the Department for more than 35 years. He obtained his Ph. D. in theoretical physics from The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. He has published 60 research papers in various areas of theoretical physics and has published 3 books on Computational Physics and Computer Simulation. He had a collaborative program with Institute for Plasma Research, Gandhi Nagar. His current interests are Plasma Physics and Computational Physics.




LEARNING PHYSICS  A. RAJAGOPAL 

Cover Price : Rs 135.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789380156545 YOP : 2010

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 224 CD : No


About the Book
 Learning Physics for standard X (C.B.S.E.) has been written in a simple style so that a student reading it can understand by himself the various concepts and their applications
 A large number of worked examples with detailed explanations have been included to enhance the problem solving skills of the student
 Indepth solutions are provided to various numerical problems which will give the student necessary foundation for his preparations for competitive exams like IIT JEE, AIEEE, etc.,
 All the previous years’ board questions and board sample papers questions are provided chapterwise
 Solutions to all the N.C.E.R.T text book exercise problems are provided
A good number of extra problems with answers are given for practice
Contents
1. Light – Reflection and Refraction
2. The Human Eye and Colorful World
3. Electricity
4. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
5. Sources of Energy
About the Author
Dr. A. Rajagopal has taught Physics for thirty six years in R.S. Krishnan hr. sec. school, affiliated to CBSE, in Trichy. He has been guiding students successfully in their preparations for IIT JEE and AIEEE for the past several years. He has served as examiner and additional head examiner in board examination valuation workshops. He has been a resource person in the final Olympiad training camp for selecting the Indian team.




MATHEMATICAL METHODS OF QUANTUM OPTICS  RAVINDER R. PURI (EX) 

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9788184893304 YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 300 CD : No


This book provides an accessible introduction to the mathematical methods of quantum optics. Starting from first principles, it reveals how a given system of atoms and a field is mathematically modelled. The method of eigenfunction expansion and the Lie algebraic method for solving equations are outlined. Analytically exactly solvable classes of equations are identified. The text also discusses consequences of Lie algebraic properties of Hamiltonians, such as the classification of their states as coherent, classical or nonclassical based on the generalized uncertainty relation and the concept of quasiprobability distributions. A unified approach is developed for determining the dynamics of a twolevel and a threelevel atom interacting with combinations of quantized fields under certain conditions. Simple methods for solving a variety of linear and nonlinear dissipative master equations are given
Contents
1 Basic Quantum Mechanics
2 Algebra of the Exponential Operator
3 Representations of Some Lie Algebras
4 Quasiprobabilities and Non classical States
5 Theory of Stochastic Processes
6 The Electromagnetic Field
7 Atom Field Interaction Hamiltonians
8 Quantum Theory of Damping
9 Linear and Nonlinear Response of a System in an External Field
10 Solution of Linear Equations: Method of Eigenvector Expansion
11 Two Level and Three Level Hamiltonian Systems
12 Dissipative Atomic Systems
13 Dissipative Field Dynamics
14 Dissipative Cavity QED
Appendices
References
Index




ELEMENTS OF NONEQUILIBRIUM STATISTICAL MECHANICS, 2014  V. Balakrishnan 

Cover Price : Rs 595.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789380156255 YOP : 2018

Binding : Paperback Size : 7.25 Total Pages : 336 CD : No


ABOUT THE BOOK :
This Book deals with the basic principles and techniques of a subject whose importance is growing rapidly in view of the advances being made, both experimentally and theoretically, in the study of nonequilibrium phenomenain particular, in statistical physics, chemical physics, biological physics, complex systems, and several other areas. The level is accessible to senior undergraduate students and postgraduate students. The presentation is quite selfcontained, and the choice of topics enables the student to form a coherent picture of the subject.
CONTENTS :
Prologue 1. Introduction 2. The Langevin equation 3. The fluctuationdissipation relation 4. Autocorrelation of the velocity 5. Markov processes 6. The FokkerPlanck equation 7. The diffusion equation 8. Diffusion in a finite region 9. Brownian motion 10. Firstpassage time 11. The displacement 12. Phase space FokkerPlanck equation 13. Diffusion in a potential 14. Diffusion in a magnetic field 15. KuboGreen formulas 16. Dynamic mobility 17. The generalized Langevin equation, Epilogue, Appendixes, Suggested Reading.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR :
V. Balakrishnan has been a professor at the Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, since 1980. He joined IIT Madras after working for some years at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (Mumbai) and the Reactor Research Centre, Department of Atomic Energy (kalpakkam). He was educated at the University of Delhi and Brandeis University, USA, from where he got his PhD in theoretical high energy phyisics in 1970. His research interests have spanned many areas over the years, including high energy physics, manybody theory, condensed matter physics, stochastic processes, probabilistic techniques, quantum dynamics, nonlinear dynamics and chaos. He has published numerous research papers in these areas, a number of popular pedagogic articles, and has coauthored a monograph titled Beyond the Crystalline State on certain aspects of condensed matter physics. Over the past three decades, Professor Balakrishnan has taught a wide variety of extremely popular courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, comprising all the standard subjects in physics, as well as some new, nontraditional ones. In addition to receiving accolades for his teaching at IIT Madras, his lectures at numerous courses sponsored by the UGC, DST (SERC), and the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP),Trieste, Italy have been wellreceived by their attendees. Dr. Balakrishnan has held visiting positions at several institutions abroad. He is a Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences.




PLASMA WAVES : 2ND ED.INDIAN REPRINT 2014  D.G. SWANSON (EX) 

Cover Price : £ 39.99

Imprint : IOP Publishing ISBN : 9780750309271 YOP : 2014

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 472 CD : No


The Series in Plasma Physics is an international series that meets the need for uptodate texts in this rapidly developing field. Books in the series range in level from introductory monographs and practical handbooks to more advanced expositions of current research. Spanning both laboratory and astrophysical plasmas, topics covered include: magneto hydrodynamics and kinetic theory, waves and instabilities, magnetic and inertial confinement fusion, electron, ion and photon acceleration and heating, transport, turbulence, nonlinear plasma physics, dusty plasma physics, diagnostics, plasma processing and plasma simulation.
This extended and revised edition of Plasma Waves provides the ideal contemporary companion for students studying plasma waves and includes modern and complete treatments of electron cyclotron emission, collisions, relativistic effects, Landau damping, quasilinear and nonlinear wave theory and tunneling equations, Although designed as a textbook, it also provides researchers with an essential reference to the basic formula and categorises the various possible types of waves and their interactions.
The broad scope encompasses waves in cold, warm and hot plasmas and relativistic plasma waves, Special chapters deal with the effects of boundaries, inhomogeneities and nonlinear effects. All formulae and derived to allow a greater appreciation of the subject, and though the emphasis is theoretical, several fundamental wave experiments are described.
Contents :
Preface to the first edition
Preface to the second edition
Acknowledgements
Acronyms
1. Introduction
2. Waves in a cold uniform plasma
3. Waves in fluid plasmas
4. Kinetic theory of plasma waves
5. Bounded homogeneous plasmas
6. Waves in inhomogeneous plasmas
7. Quasilinear theory
8. Finite amplitude plasma waves
A. Complex variables
B. Special functions in plasma physics
C. The amplitude equations of geometric optics
D. Answers to selected problems
References
index




PHYSICS OF SEMICONDUCTORS  B Sapoval (EX) 
Author 
B Sapoval C Hermann


Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9788181281807 YOP : 2006

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 322 CD : No


DESCRIPTION
Based on courses given at the Ecole Polytechnique in France, this book covers not only the fundamental physics of semiconductors, but also discusses the operation of electronic and optical devices based on semiconductors. It is aimed at students with a good background in mathematics and physics, and is equally suited for graduatelevel courses in condensedmatter physics as for selfstudy by engineers interested in a basic understanding of semiconductor devices.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.Simple Ideas about Semoconductors
2.Quantum States of a Perfect Semiconductor
3.Excited States of a Pure Semiconductor and Quantum States of Impure Semiconductors
4.Statistics of Homogeneous Semiconductors
5.Transport Phenomena in Semiconductors
6.Effects of Light
7.Carrier Injection by Light
8.The Pn Junction
9.Applications of the pn Junction and Asymmetrical Devices
10.The principles of Some Electronic Devices
Index.




Basic Relativity  Richard A Mould 

Cover Price : Rs 695.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 8181282167 YOP : 2008

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 452 CD : No


About the Book :
This is a comprehensive textbook for advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students in physics or astrophysics, developing both the formalism and the physical ideas of special and general relativity in a logical and coherent way. The book is in two parts. Part one focuses on the special theory and begins with the study of relativistic kinematics from three points of view: the physical (the classic gedanken experiments), the algebraic (the Lorentz transformations), and the graphic (the Minkowski diagrams). Part one concludes with chapters on relativistic dynamics and electrodynamics. Part two begins with a chapter introducing differential geometry to set the mathematical background for general relativity. The physical basis for the theory is begun in the chapter on uniform accelerations. Subsequent chapters cover rotation, the electromagnetic field, and material media. A second chapter on differential geometry provides the background for Einstein's gravitationalfield equation and Schwarzschild's solution. The physical significance of this solution is examined together with the challenges to the theory that have been successfully met inside the solar system. Other applications follow in the final chapters on astronomy and cosmology: These include black holes, quasars, and gravity waves as well as the relativistic features of an expanding universe ¿ including a section on the inflationary model.
Contents :
Preface
1. Principles of Relativity
2. The Physical Arguments
3. The Algebraic and Graphical Arguments
4. Mathematical Tools
5. Dynamics
6. Electromagnetic Theory
7. Differential Geometry I
8. Uniform Acceleration
9. Rotation and the Electromagnetic Field
10. The Material Medium
11. Differential Geometry II: Curved Surfaces
12. General Relativity
13. Astrophysics
14. Cosomology
Appendices
Index.




Classical Mechanics  Walter Greiner 

Cover Price : Rs 695.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 8181281284 YOP : 2004

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 544 CD : No


DESCRIPTION
The series of texts on Classical Theoretical Physics is based on the highly successful series of courses given by Walter Greiner at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Intended for advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students, the volumes in the series provide not only a complete survey of classical theoretical physics but also an enormous number of worked examples and problems to show students clearly how to apply the abstract principles to realistic problems.
CONTENTS
Foreword
Preface
Examples
Part I. Newtonian mechanics in moving coordinate systems
1. Newton's equations in a rotating coordinate system
2. Free fall on the rotating earth
3. Foucault's pendulum
Part II. Mechanics of Particle Systems
4. Degrees of Freedom
5. Centre of gravity
6. Mechanical fundamental quantities of systems of mass points
Part III. Vibrating systems
7. Vibrations of coupled mass points
8. The vibrating string
9. Fourier series
10. The vibrating membrane
Part IV. Mehcanics of Rigid Bodies
11. Rotation about fixed axis
12. Rotation about a point
13. Theory of the top
Part V. Lagrange equations
14. Generalised coordinates
15. D'Alembert principle and derivtion of the Lagrange equations
16. Lagrange equatins for nonholonomic constraints
17. Special problems (for deepening)
Part VI. Hamilton Theory
18. Hamilton's equations
19. Canonical transformations
20. HamiltonJacobi theory
Part VII. Nonlinear Dynamics
21. Dynamical systems
22. Stability of timedependent paths 23. Bifurcations
24. Lyapunov exponents and chaos
25. Systems with chaotic dynamics
Part VIII From history of mechanics
26. Emergence of Occidental Physics in the Seventeenth Century
Index. 



INTRODUCTION TO DUSTY PLASMA PHYSICS, INDIAN REPRINT 2014  P.K. SHUKLA (EX) 
Author 
P.K. SHUKLA A.A. MAMUN


Cover Price : £ 49.99

Imprint : IOP Publishing ISBN : 9780750306539 YOP : 2014

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 284 CD : No


The Series in Plasma Physics is an international series that meets the need for uptodate texts in this rapidly developing field. Books in the series range in level from introductory monographs and practical handbooks to more advanced expositions of current research. Spanning both laboratory and astrophysical plasmas, topics covered include: magneto hydrodynamics and kinetic theory, waves and instabilities, magnetic and inertial confinement fusion, electron, ion and photon acceleration and heating, transport, turbulence, nonlinear plasma physics, dusty plasma physics, diagnostics, plasma processing and plasma simulation.
Dusty plasmas are complex systems due to the variations of the dust grain charge, mass and size with space and time. They exhibit new and unusual behavior, and provide a possibility for modified or entirely new collective modes of oscillation, instabilities as well as coherent nonlinear structures and dust crystallization.
An Introduction to Dusty Plasma Physics contains a detailed description of the occurrence of dusty plasmas in our Solar System, the Earth’s mesosphere and in laboratory discharges. The book illustrated numerous mechanisms for charging dust particles and provides studies of the grain dynamics under the influence of forces that are common in dusty plasma environments. It illustrates the physics of new wae modes, instabilities. Nonlinear structures and dust crystals which are observed experimentally.
This book gives the reader a deeper understanding of theoretical and experimental aspects of numerous collective processes in a dusty plasma which have wide ranging applications in science and industry.
Contents :
Preface
1. Introduction
2. Dust Charging Processes
3. Dynamics of Dust Grains
4. Linear Waves
5. Instabilities
6. Elongated Dust Grains
7. Nonlinear Structures
8. Dust Crystals
References
Index




Basic Physics  Jayalakshmi M. Nair 
Author 
Jayalakshmi M. Nair Mily Jashank


Cover Price : Rs 150.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789382127840 YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 166 CD : No


About the Book
Written in consonance with the latest syllabi prescribed by the MSBTE, the book attempts to cover the basic concepts in Physics. Though primarily meant to be a textbook for the Diploma Engineering students, the book will also serve as a reference for engineers, researchers and teachers alike.
Keeping in mind the requirements of the students, the book will lay a strong foundation of physics which the students can apply in different branches of Engineering. Each chapter has included several examples and numericals that would clarify the concepts adequately. Review questions with unsolved numerical have been included so that the students can reinforce what has been already learnt. Learning objectives has been included at the beginning of each chapter and also recaps the important points at the end to improve the cognitive skills of students.
Key Features
1.Technical matter written in a simple and easy language that will help students to confront and apply the various laws in their professional engineering branches.
2. Practice Oriented Approach so that the learners not only gain conceptual clarity but also develop confidence by frequently developing problem solving skills.
3. Illustrations with pictures to improve the technical clarity of concepts
4. Solved question papers of MSBTE which will help students to improve the writing skills.
Contents
1.Properties of Solids 2. Properties of Liquids 3. Thermal Properties of Matter 4. Optics 5. Wave Motion, Sample Papers, Examination Papers
About the Authors
Prof. Jayalakshmi M Nair is currently Senior lecturer in Physics at Thakur Polytechnic, Kandivli (E), Mumbai . She has done M.Sc and M.Phil in Physics and right now she is pursuing her Ph.D. in Physics from University of Mumbai. She has an academic career spanning over 15 years. She has published various papers in National as well as International Conferences. She has completed the trining program "Induction Phase I and II "for technical teachers conducted by NITTTR, Bhopal. She was also a subject expert for Physics in Curriculum as well as the Laboratory Manual Preparation for the MSBTE G Scheme.
She has got immense knowledge about the subject which she likes to share with the students.
Prof. Mily Jashank is a Senior lecturer in Physics at Thakur Polytechnic, Kandivli (E), Mumbai, She has done M.Sc and M.Phil in Physics and right now she is pursuing her Ph.D in Physics from University of Mumbai. She has an academic career spanning over 15 years. She has published papers in National as well as International Conferences. She has completed the training program "Induction Phase I and II "for technical teachers conducted by NITTTR, Bhopal.
She is also the First Year In Charge of Thakur Polytechnic and is working there since 1998. She as got immense knowledge about the subject which she likes to share with the students.




Quantum Physics  V.K. Jain 

Cover Price : Rs 1,495.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789385462573 YOP : 2016

Binding : Hardback Size : 6.00" X 9.00" CD : No


About the Book
This book 'Quantum Physics', an introductory text for undergraduate and post graduate students of physics, contains eight chapters with objective type questions, solved examples and exercises.
The text has been presented in a simple manner with examples and derivations that would help students to grasp the subject matter easily. The book deals with the inadequacy of classical physics, Schr6dinger equation, operators, free particle, particle in a box, harmonic oscillator, hydrogen atom, potential barrier and wells, angular momentum, scattering, approximation methods and multi electron systems, free electron theory, KronigPenney model, nucleonnucleon scattering, alpha decay, rotational and vibrational spectra of diatomic molecules, etc.
Key Features
• Focus on treating core concepts
• Derivations are given with adequate detail
• Solved examples and problems at the end of each chapter
• Objective Type Questions at the end of each chapter
Contents
1. Experimental Basis of Quantum Physics 2. Introduction to Quantum Physics 3. Mathematical Formulism 4. Solution of Schrodinger Equation in One Dimension 5. Schrodinger Equation in Three Dimensions 6. Approximation Methods 7. Scattering Theory 8. The Multiparticle Schrodinger Equation, Bibliography.
About the Author
Dr. V.K. Jain, Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, received his Ph.D. from IIT, Kanpur in 1977. He is former professor and head of Physics department at MDU, Rohtak besides several other colleges of repute. He was also a visiting professor at lnstituto de Fisica, Universidad Federal do, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is working in the field of electron paramagnetic resonance and published four review articles and more than hundred research papers in national and international journals of repute. He supervised research work of several M.Phil. and Ph.D. students and has worked on various sponsored research projects.




Atomic Physics  Max Born 

Cover Price : $ 19.95

Imprint : Dover ISBN : 9780486659848 YOP : 2016 Edition : 2016

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 544 CD : No


DESCRIPTION
First published in English in 1935, this classic treatment is well known to students and teachers of physics around the world. Since its original publication, Professor Born (Nobel laureate, 1954) continually updated the book to incorporate new developments in all branches of physics, particularly in the field of elementary particles. For this eighth edition he also wrote a new chapter on the quantum theory of solids.
Contents include:
Kinetic theory of gases
Elementary particles
Spin of the electron and Pauls principle
The nuclear atom
Wavecorpuscles
Atomic structure and spectral lines
Quantum statistics
Molecular structure
Quantum theory of solids
Nuclear physics
Over 40 helpful appendixes, dealing with the mean square deviation, theory of relativity, electron theory, the Compton effect, Hamiltonian theory and action variables, atomic form factor, meson theory, van der Waals forces, and other topics supplement the main text. A bibliography and numerous figures and graphs further enhance the usefulness of Atomic Physics, which retains its value as a broad treatment of basic physics from the special perspective of a towering figure in the field.




FIELD QUANTIZATION  WALTER GREINER (EX) 
Author 
WALTER GREINER JOACHIM REINHARDT


Cover Price : Rs 995.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9788184890372 YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 454 CD : Yes


DESCRIPTION
Field Quantization is a thorough introduction to the physical ideas and techniques of this subject, starting from an elementary level. It presents both the traditional method of canonical quantization and the modern approach with path integrals. The initial chapters deal with the quantum mechanics of systems having many degrees of freedom and with classical Lagrangian field theory. Subsequently canonical quantization is introduced and applied to the nonrelativistic Schrodinger field and to the relativistic field with spin 1,1/2 and 1. Also the Feynman rules of interacting quantum fields are derived and Feynman path integrals are introduced. The material is presented in considerable detail and is accompanied by a large number of worked examples and exercises.
Contents
Part I: Many Body Systems and Classical Field Theory
1. Classical and Quantum Mechanics of Particle Systems
2. Classical Field Theory
Part II: Canonial Quantization
3. Nonrelativistic Quantum Field Theory
4. Spin0 FIelds: The Klein Gordon Equation
5. Spin1/2 Fields: The Dirac Equation
6. Spin1 FIelds: The Maxwell and Proca Equations
7. Quantization of the Photon Field
8. Interacting Quantum Fields
9. The Reduction Formalism
10.Discrete Symmetry Transformations
Part III: Quantization with Path Integrals
11.The pathIntegral Method
12.Path Integrals in Field Theory
Index




Introduction to Modern Optics, 2nd Edn  Grant R. Fowles 

Cover Price : $ 18.95

Imprint : Dover ISBN : 9780486659572 YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 336 CD : No


About the Book :
This incisive text provides a basic undergraduatelevel course in modern optics for students in physics, technology and engineering. The first half of the book deals with classical physical optics; the second principally with the quantum nature of light.
Chapters 1 and 2 treat the propagation of light waves, including the concepts of phase and group velocities, and the vectorial nature of light. Chapter 3 applies the concepts of partial coherence and coherence length to the study of interference, and Chapter 4 takes up multiplebeam interference and includes FabryPerot interferometry and multilayerfilm theory.
Diffraction and holography are the subjects of Chapter 5, and the propagation of light in material media (including crystal and nonlinear optics) are central to Chapter 6. Chapters 7 and 8 introduce the quantum theory of light and elementary optical spectra, and Chapter 9 explores the theory of light amplification and lasers. Chapter 10 briefly outlines ray optics in order to introduce students to the matrix method for treating optical systems and to apply the ray matrix to the study of laser resonators.
Many applications of the laser to the study of optics are integrated throughout the text. The author assumes students have had an intermediate course in electricity and magnetism and some advanced mathematics beyond calculus. For classroom use, a list of problems is included at the end of each chapter, with selected answers at the end of the book.




FUNDAMENTALS OF SEMICONDUCTOR LASERS  TAKAHIRO NUMAI 

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9788184893182 YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 267 CD : No


Fundamentals of Semiconductor Lasers explains the physics and fundamental characteristics of semiconductor lasers with regards to systems applications. The detailed and comprehensive presentation is unique in that it encourages the reader to consider different semiconductor lasers from different angles. Emphasis is placed on recognizing common concepts such operating principles and structure, and solving problems based on individual situations. The treatment is enhanced by an historical account of advances in semiconductor lasers over the years, discussing both those ideas that have both persisted over the years and those that have faded out.
The first four chapters cover the basics of semiconductors, including band structures, optical transitions, optical waveguides, and optical resonators. The remaining chapters discuss operating principles and basic characteristics of semiconductor lasers, and advanced topics including dynamics singlemode lasers, quantum well lasers, and control of spontaneous emission. The reader need only be familiar with undergraduatelevel electromagnetism and quantum mechanics. After reading this book, the student will be able to think critically about semiconductor lasers, and be able to read and understand journal papers in the field. This book will be essential to any advanced undergraduate or graduate student of semiconductor lasers, and any professional physicist or engineer looking for a good overview of the subject.
Contents
1. Band Structures
2. Optical Transitions
3. Optical Waveguides
4. Optical Resonators
5. Fundamentals of Semiconductor Lasers
6. Dynamic Single Mode LDs
7. Quantum Well LDs
8. Control of Spontaneous Emission
A Cyclotron Resonance
B TimeIndependent Perturbation Theory
C Time Dependent Perturbation Theory
D TE Mode and TM Mode
E Characteristic Matrix in Discrete Approach
F Free Carrier Absorption and Plasma Effect
G Relative Intensity Noise (RIN)
References
Index 



100 Years of Einstein's Theory of Relativity : An Introduction to Gravity and Cosmology  C. Sivaram, Kenath Arun and Kiren O.V. 
Author 
C. Sivaram Kenath Arun Kiren O.V.


Cover Price : Rs 295.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789385462405 YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 240 CD : No


About the Book
This book attempts to give a comprehensive overview of the general theory of relativity including several current developments in both theory and experiment, starting from a brief introduction on special relativity and Newtonian gravity to Einsteins geometrical interpretation of gravity. We have emphasized the accuracy to which GR has been tested in recent years. Cosmology has been discussed elaborately, starting from the early universe to dark matter and dark energy. The appendices elaborate in some detail the tensor algebra required including differential geometry concepts, calculation of curvature etc. Problems are given in every chapter to help understand the topics discussed and to acquire working knowledge of the subject. Even after 100 years, GR is very much an active and exciting area of research with lots of phenomena still to be understood.
CONTENTS
Preface, 1. Main Aspects of Newtonian Gravity 2. Special Relativity 3. Equivalence Principle 4. Field Equations of General Relativity 5. Exact Solutions in General Relativity 6. The Classical Tests of General Relativity 7. Gravitational Waves 8. Astrophysical Implications of General Relativity 9. Black Holes 10. Cosmology 11. Alternate Models of the Universe 12. Quantization of the Gravitational Field 13. Unified Field Theories 14. The Future in Gravitational Physics, GR, and Cosmology, Appendix, References and Additional Reading, Index and Keywords.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
C Sivaram was a senior professor at Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore. He is the recipient of prestigious international awards like Martin Foster Gold Medal and the Ettore Majorana fellowship. He has served as the Joint Director of projects of the World Laboratory (Geneva) and collaborated with Nobel Laureate, Abdus Salam. He has over 200 papers in International journals and author of multiple books in varied fields in astronomy.
Kenath Arun is a lecturer in the Department of Physics, Christ Junior College, Bangalore. He is the recipient of six gold medals from Bangalore University (M.Sc. in Physics). He has published papers in various international peerreview journals and presented papers at National and International conferences. He is also on the editorial board of international peerreview journals.
Kiren 0 V is a lecturer in the Department of Physics, St. Josephs Indian Composite PU College, Bangalore. He did his MPhil (Nuclear Physics) from Christ University. He has published papers in various international peerreview journals and conference. Presently he is working in the field of NuclearAstrophysics.




SHORT COURSE IN GENERAL REATIVITY3ED  JAMES FOSTER (EX) 
Author 
JAMES FOSTER J.DAVID NIGHTINGLE


Cover Price : Rs 595.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9788184894578 YOP : 2010

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 302 CD : No


Suitable for a onesemester course in general relativity for senior undergraduates or beginning graduate students, this text clarifies the mathematical aspects of Einstein's theory of relativity without sacrificing physical understanding.
The text begins with an exposition of those aspects of tensor calculus and differential geometry needed for a proper treatment of the subject. The discussion then turns to the spacetime of general relativity and to geodesic motion. A brief consideration of the field equations is followed by a discussion of physics in the vicinity of massive objects, including an elementary treatment of black holes and rotating objects. The main text concludes with introductory chapters on gravitational radiation and cosmology.
This new third edition has been updated to take account of fresh observational evidence and experiments. It includes new sections on the Kerr solution (in Chapter 4) and cosmological speeds of recession (in Chapter 6). A more mathematical treatment of tensors and manifolds, included in the 1st edition, but omitted in the 2nd edition, has been restored in an appendix. Also included are two additional appendixes – "Special Relativity Review" and "The Chinese Connection"  and outline solutions to all exercises and problems, making it especially suitable for private study
Contents
Preface
Introduction
1. Vector and tensor fields
2. The spacetime of general relativity and paths of particles
3. Field equations and curvature
4. Physics in the vicinity of a massive object
5. Gravitational radiation
6. Elements of cosmology
Appendices
A Special relativity review
B The chinese connection
C Tensors and Manifolds
Solutions
References
Index




RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM MECHANICS : Wave Equations  Walter Greiner 

Cover Price : Rs 695.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 818128612X YOP : 2007 Edition : 2007

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 440 CD : No


DESCRIPTION
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics  Wave Equations concentrates mainly on the wave equations for spin0 and spin1/2 particles. Chapter 1 deals with the KleinGordon equation and its properties and applications. The chapters that follow introduce the Dirac equation, investigate its covariance properties and present various approaches to obtaining solutions. Numerous applications are discussed in detail, including the twocenter Dirac equation, hole theory, CPT symmetry, Klein's paradox, and relativistic symmetry principles. Chapter 15 presents the relativistic wave equations for higher spin (Proca, RaritaSchwinger, and BargmannWigner). The extensive presentation of the mathematical tools and the 62 worked examples and problems make this a unique text for an advanced quantum mechanics course.
This third edition has been slightly revised to bring the text uptodate.
WRITTEN FOR
Graduates in physics, advanced undergraduates from 3rd year up
CONTENTS
1. Relativistic Wave Equation for Spin0 Particles: The KleinGordon Equation and Its Applications
2. A Wave Equation for Spin1/2 Particles: The Dirac Equation
3. Lorentz Covariance of the Dirac Equation
4. Spinors Under Spatial Reflection
5. Bilinear Covariants of the Dirac Spinors
6. Another Way of Constructing Solutions of the Free Dirac Equation:Construction by Lorentz Transformations
7. Projection Operators for Energy and Spin
8. Wave Packets of Plane Dirac Waves
9. Dirac Particles in External Fields: Examples and Problems
10. The TwoCentre Dirac Equation
11. The FoldyWouthuysen Representation for Free Particles
12. The Hole Theory
13. Klein's Paradox
14. The Weyl Equation The Neutrino
15. Wave Equations for Particles with Arbitrary Spins
16. Lorentz Invariance and Relativistic Symmetry Principles
Subject Index.




FOUNDATIONS OF FLUID DYNAMICS  G. GALLAVOTTI (EX) 

Cover Price : Rs 895.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9788184894523 YOP : 2010

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 538 CD : No


This monograph on fluid mechanics is not only a superb and unique textbook but also an impressive piece of research. The author writes from the vantage point of a mathematical physicist: Having in mind the important applications and approximation techniques used in physics and engineering, he carefully analyses the power of the theory. He examines, among others, the theories of Leray, Ruelle and Takens, and discusses Lorenz's ideas of attractors. This is the only textbook that fully covers turbulence, all the way from the works of Kolmogorov to modern dynamics.
This 2nd corrected printing has been thoroughly revised with many changes to improve readability.
Contents
1 Continua and Generalities About Their Equations
2 Empirical Algorithms
3 Analytical Theories and Mathematical Aspects
4 Incipient Turbulence and Chaos
5 Ordering Chaos
6 Developed Turbulence
7 Statistical Properties of Turbulence
Bibliography
Name Index
Subject Index
Citations Index




Gauge Theory of Elementary Particle Physics  TaPei Cheng (EX) 
Author 
TaPei Cheng LingFong Li


Cover Price : Rs 695.00

Imprint : Oxford University Press ISBN : 9780195691139 YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 544 CD : No


REVIEWS
`The reader will find a concise review of diagrammatic pertubation theory, pathintegral quantization, group theory, and renormalization theory. The more advanced concepts  gauge symmetry, chiral symmetry breaking, the Higgs mechanism, asymptotic freedom and the renormalization group  are treated in greater detail. The exposition of these subjects is judiciously combined with applications to the standard theory in a way that brings life to what otherwise might be dull formalism. [...] it will remain, for a long time to come, an excellent introduction to the comprehensive gauge theory of the electroweak and strong interactions.'  David Goss, Physics Today.
DESCRIPTION
This is a practical introduction to the principal ideas in gauge theory and their applications to elementary particle physics. It explains technique and methodology with simple exposition backed up by many illustrative examples. Derivations, some of well known results, are presented in sufficient detail to make the text accessible to readers entering the field for the first time. The book focuses on the strong interaction theory of quantum chromodynamics and the electroweak interaction theory of Glashow, Weinberg, and Salam, as well as the grand unification theory, exemplified by the simplest SU(5) model. Not intended as an exhaustive survey, the book nevertheless provides the general background necessary for a serious student who wishes to specialize in the field of elementary particle theory. Physicists with an interest in general aspects of gauge theory will also find the book highly useful.
CONTENTS
1 Basic In Field Quantization
2 Introduction To Renormalization Theory
3 Renormalization Group
4 Group Theory And The Quark Model
5 Chiral Symmetry Of The Strong Interaction
6 Renormalization And Symmetry
7 The Parton Model And Scaling
8 Gauge Symmetries
9 Quantum Gauge Theories
10 Quantum Chromodynamics
11 Standard Electroweak Theory I : Basic Structure
12 Standard Electroweak Theory II : Phenomenlogical Implications
13 Selected Topics In Quantum Flavourdynamics
14 Grand Unification
15 Magnetic Monopoles
16 Instantons
Appendix A  Notations And Conventions
Appendix B  Feynman Rules
Bibliography
References
Subject Index.




An Introduction to the Physics of Interstellar Dust  Endrik Krugel 

Cover Price : £ 62.99

Imprint : T & F / Routledge ISBN : 9781584887079 YOP : 2008

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 408 CD : No


About the Book :
Streamlining the extensive information from the original, highly acclaimed monograph, this new An Introduction to the Physics of Interstellar Dust provides a concise reference and overview of interstellar dust and the interstellar medium. Drawn from a graduate course taught by the author, a highly regarded figure in the field, this allinone book emphasizes astronomical formulae and astronomical problems to give a solid foundation for the further study of interstellar medium.
Covering all phenomena associated with cosmic dust, this inclusive text eliminates the need to consult special physical literature by providing a comprehensive introduction in one source. The book addresses the absorption and scattering of dust, its creation in old stars, as well as emission, cohesion, and electrical charge. With strong attention to detail, the author facilitates a complete understanding from which to build a more versatile application and manipulation of the information. Providing insightful explanations for the utilization of many formulae, the author instructs in the effective investigation of astronomical objects for determining basic parameters. The book offers numerous figures displaying basic properties of dust such as optical constants, specific heat, and absorption and scattering coefficients making it accessible for the reader to apply these numbers to the problem at hand. There is an extensive section and comprehensive introduction to radiative transfer in a dusty medium with many practical pieces of advice and ample illustrations to guide astronomers wishing to implement radiative transfer code themselves.
An unparalleled amount of astronomical information in an accessible and palatable resource, An Introduction to the Physics of Interstellar Dust provides the most complete foundational reference available on the subject.
Contents :
The Dielectric Permeability, Defining Cross Sections, Very Small and Very Big Particles, Case Studies of Mie Calculus, Various Dust Related Physics, Structure and Composition of Dust, Dust Radiation, Dust and Its Environment, Grain Surfaces, PAHs and Spectral Features of Dust, Reddening and Dust Models, Radiative Transport, Spectral Energy Distribution of Dusty Objects, Appendices: Physical and Mathematical Formulae 



Quantum Mechanics : Special Chapters  Walter Greiner 

Cover Price : Rs 995.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 8184890358 YOP : 2008

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 392 CD : No


About the Book :
Quantum Mechanics  Special Chapters is an important additional course for thirdyear students. Starting with the quantization of a free electromagnetic field and its interaction with matter, it discusses second quantization and interacting quantum fields. After renormalization problems and a general treatment of nonrelativistic quantum field theory, these methods are applied to problems from solidstate physics and plasma physics: quantum gas, superfluidity, plasmons, and photons. The book concludes with an introduction to quantum statistics, the structure of atoms and molecules, and the Schrödinger wave equation formulated by Feynman path integrals. 72 fully and carefully worked examples and problems consolidate the material.
Contents :
1. Quantum theory of a free electromagnetic field 2. Interaction of an electromagnetic field with matter 3. Noninteracting fields 4. Interacting quantum fields 5. Renormalization problems 6. Nonrelativistic quantum field theory 7. Superfluidity 8. Pair correlations among fermions and bosons 9. Quasiparticles in plasmas and metals 10. Fundamentals of quantum statistics 11. Structure of atoms 12. Elementary structure of molecules 13. Feynman's path integral formulation of the Schrödinger's wave mechanics 



Quantum Mechanics : An Introduction  Walter Greiner 

Cover Price : Rs 395.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 8181281234 YOP : 2007 Edition : 2007

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 504 CD : No


About the Book :
Quantum Mechanics  An Introduction lays the foundations for the rest of the course on quantum mechanics, advanced quantum mechanics, and field theory. Starting from blackbody radiation, the photoelectric effect, and waveparticle duality, Greiner goes on to discuss the uncertainty relations, spin, and manybody systems; he includes applications to the hydrogen atom and the SternGerlach and Einsteinde Haas experiments. The mathematics of representation theory, S matrices, perturbation theory, eigenvalue problems, and hypergeometric differential equations are presented in detail, with 88 fully and carefully worked examples and exercises to consolidate the material. This fourth edition has been carefully revised and corrected.
Contents :
Preface
1. The Quantization of Physical Quantities
2. The Radiation Laws
3. Wave Aspects of Matter
4. Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics I
5. Mathematical Supplement
6. The Schrodinger Equation
7. The Harmonic Oscillator
8. The Transition from Classical to Quantum Mechanics
9. Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields
10. The Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics II
11. Perturbation Theory
12. Spin
13. A Nonrelativistic Wave Equation with Spin
14. Elementary Aspects of the QuantumMechanical ManyBody Problem
15. Identical Particles
16. The Formal Framework of Quantum Mechanics
17. Conceptual and Philosophical Problems of Quantum Mechanics
Subject Index. 



Statistical Mechanics : Entropy, Order Parameters, and Complexity  James P. Sethna 

Cover Price : Rs 595.00

Imprint : Oxford University Press ISBN : 0199545049 YOP : 2008

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 376 CD : No


About the Book :
In each generation, scientists must redefine their fields: abstracting, simplifying and distilling the previous standard topics to make room for new advances and methods. Sethna's book takes this step for statistical mechanics  a field rooted in physics and chemistry whose ideas and methods are now central to information theory, complexity, and modern biology. Aimed at advanced undergraduates and early graduate students in all of these fields, Sethna limits his main presentation to the topics that future mathematicians and biologists, as well as physicists and chemists, will find fascinating and central to their work. The amazing breadth of the field is reflected in the author's large supply of carefully crafted exercises, each an introduction to a whole field of study: everything from chaos through information theory to life at the end of the universe.
Contents :
1. What is Statistical Mechanics?
2. Random walks and emergent properties
3. Temperature and equilibrium
4. Phasespace dynamics and ergodicity
5. Entropy
6. Free Energies
7. Quantum statistical mechanics
8. Calculation and computation
9. Order parameters, broken symmetry, and topology
10. Correlations, response, and dissipation
11. Abrupt phase transitions
12. Continuous phase transitions
About the Author :
James Sethna, Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics, Cornell University. 



INTRODUCTION TO OPTICS  GERMAIN CHARTIER (EX) 

Cover Price : Rs 995.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9780387403465 YOP : 2010

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 614 CD : No


Translated from the original French by the author and thoroughly updated, this book gives an introduction to modern optics at an advanced level. The unique approach, inspired by Richard Feyman, will benefit both students and lecturs alike. The author received the 2001 Arnulf Francon Award to the French Optical Society for excellence in optics teaching. The author is Professor Emeritus at Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, France, and an active optics consultant.
Contents
1 Order of Magnitude in Optics
2 Electromagnetic Waves
3 Geometrical Optics
4 Polarized Light Laws of Reflection
5 Birefringence
6 Interference
7 Diffraction
8 Index of Refraction
9 Lasers
10 Nonlinear Optics
11 Raman Brillouin Rayleigh Diffusion
12 Guided Optics
13 Fourier Analysis and Fourier Transform
Index 



Gauge Theory of Weak Interactions  Walter Greiner 
Author 
Walter Greiner Berndt Muller


Cover Price : Rs 995.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 8184890419 YOP : 2009 Edition : 2009

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 416 CD : No


About the Book :
Gauge Theory of Weak Interactions treats the unification of electromagnetic and weak interactions and considers related phenomena. First, the Fermi theory of beta decay is presented, followed by a discussion of parity violation, clarifying the importance of symmetries. Then the concept of a spontaneously broken gauge theory is introduced, and all necessary mathematical tools are carefully developed. The "standard model" of unified electroweak interactions is thoroughly discussed including current developments. The final chapter contains an introduction to unified theories of strong and electroweak interactions. Numerous solved examples and problems make this volume uniquely suited as a text for an advanced course. This third edition has been carefully revised.
Contents :
The Discovery of the Weak Interaction. Leptonic Interactions. Limitations of Fermi Theory. The SalamWeinberg Theory. Some Properties of the SalamWeinberg Theory of Leptons. SemiLeptonic Interactions of Hadrons. Nuclear Beta Decay. The Neutral Kaon System. Unified Gauge Theories. Appendix. Subject Index. 



Introduction to Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry, Materials Science, and Biology  S.M. Blinder 

Cover Price : Rs 595.00

Imprint : Elsevier ISBN : 8131220115 YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 336 CD : No


About the Book :
This book provides a lucid, uptodate introduction to the principles of quantum mechanics at the level of undergraduates and firstyear graduate students in chemistry, materials science, biology and related fields. It shows how the fundamental concepts of quantum theory arose from classic experiments in physics and chemistry, and presents the quantummechanical foundations of modern techniques including molecular spectroscopy, lasers and NMR. Blinder also discusses recent conceptual developments in quantum theory, including Schrödinger’s Cat, the EinsteinPodolskyRosen experiment, Bell's theorem and quantum computing.
This edition features :
• Clear presentation of the fundamental principles and ideas of quantum mechanics
• Uptodate coverage of modern developments using proven pedagogical techniques
• Covers applications to molecular spectroscopy, lasers, NMR, and MRI
• Entertaining accounts of Schrödinger’s Cat, the EinsteinPosolskyRosen experiment, Bell’s theorem and quantum computing.
Contents :
Preface
1. ATOMS AND PHOTONS
2. WAVES AND PARTICLES
3 QUANTUM MECHANICS OF SOME SIMPLE SYSTEMS
4. PRINCIPLES OF QUANTUM MECHANICS
5. THE HARMONIC OSCILLATOR
6. ANGULAR MOMENTUM
7. THE HYDROGEN ATOM AND ATOMIC ORBITALS
8. HELIUM ATOM
9. ATOMIC STRUCTURE AND THE PERIODIC LAW
10. THE CHEMICAL BOND
11. MOLECULAR ORBITAL THEORY I. DIATOMIC MOLECULES
12. MOLECULAR ORBITAL THEORY II. POLYATOMIC MOLECULES AND SOLIDS
13. MOLECULAR SYMMETRY
14. MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY
15. NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE
16. WONDERS OF THE QUANTUM WORLD
Suggested References
Answers to Problems
Index.
About the Author :
S.M. Blinder is professor emeritus of chemistry and physics at the University of Michigan, where he has had a distinguished 40year career doing teaching and research in quantum theory. He received his PhD in chemical physics from Harvard in 1958 under the direction of W. E. Moffitt and J.H. Van Vleck (Nobel Laureate in Physics, 1977). Professor Blinder has over 100 research publications in several areas of theoretical chemistry and mathematical physics. He was the first to derive the exact Coulomb (hydrogen atom) propagator in Feynman’s pathintegral formulation of quantum mechanics. He has taught a multitude of course in chemistry, physics, mathematics and philosophy. In earlier incarnations he was a Junior Master in chess and an accomplished cellist.




PLASMA PHYSICS VIA COMPUTER SIMULATION, INDIAN REPRINT  C.K. BIRDSALL (EX) 
Author 
C.K. BIRDSALL A.B. LANGDON


Cover Price : £ 29.99

Imprint : T & F / Routledge ISBN : 9780750310253 YOP : 2014

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 504 CD : No


The Series in Plasma Physics is an international series that meets the need for up to date texts in this rapidly developing field. Books in the series range in level from introductory monographs and practical handbook to more advanced expositions of current research Spanning both laboratory and astrophysical plasmas, topics covered include: magnetohydrodynamics and kinetic theory, wave and instabilities, magnetic and inertial confinement fusion, electron, ion and photon acceleration and heating, transport, turbulence, nonlinear plasma physics, dusty plasma physics, diagnostics, plasma processing and plasma simulation.
Plasma Physics via Computer Simulations is divided into three parts Primer, Theory and Practice each guiding the reader to an understanding of the basic concepts in this fascinating field of research.
Part 1 – Primer, introduces the reader to the fundamental concepts of simulation. One dimensional electrostatic codes and electromagnetic codes are examined and the numerical methods and analysis are described. Projects are introduced enabling readers to begin practical work at this stage using the software provided.
Part 2 – Theory. Studies the mathematics and physics behind the algorithms used in Part 1
Part 3 – Practice, addresses some of the more complicated simulations in two and three dimensions.
This established textbook, now available in paperback, provides an unrivalled introduction to the subject with its combination of theory and practical projects. It will prove an ideal complement to plasma physics courses and be equally useful to individuals who wish to teach themselves.
Contents
PART 1: PRIMER
Why attempting to do plasma physics via computer simulation using particles makes good sense
Overall view of a one dimensional electrostatic program
A one dimensional electrostatic program ES1
Introduction to the numerical methods used
Projects for ES1
A 1d electromagnetic program EM1
Projects for EM1
PART 2: THEORY
Effects of the spatial grid
Effects of the finitw time ste
Energyconserving simulation models
Multipole models
Kinetic theory for fluctuations and noise; collisions
Kinetic properties: theory, experience and heuristic estimates
PART 3: PRACTICE
Electrostatic programs in two and three dimensions
Electromagnetic programs in two and three dimensions
Particle loading, injection; boudary conditions and external circuit
PART 4: Appendices
References
Author Index
Subject Index 



STATISTICAL FIELD THEORY  GIUSEPPE MUSSARDO (EX) 

Cover Price : Rs 995.00

Imprint : Oxford University Press ISBN : 9780198066835 YOP : 2010

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 778 CD : No


This book provides a thorough introduction to the fascinating world of phase transitions as well as many related topics, including random walks, combinatorial problems, quantum field theory and Smatrix. Fundamental concepts of phase transitions, such as order parameters, spontaneous symmetry breaking, scaling transformations, conformal symmetry, and anomalous dimensions, have deeply changed the modern vision of many areas of physics, leading to remarkable developments in statistical mechanics, elementary particle theory, condensed matter physics and string theory. This selfcontained book provides an excellent introduction to frontier topics of exactly solved models in statistical mechanics and quantum field theory, renormalization group, conformal models, quantum integrable systems, duality, elastic Smatrix, thermodynamics Bethe ansatz and form factor theory. The clear discussion of physical principles is accompanied by a detailed analysis of several branches of mathematics, distinguished for their elegance and beauty, such as infinite dimensional algebras, conformal mappings, integral equations or modular functions.
Besides advanced research themes, the book also covers many basic topics in statistical mechanics, quantum field theory and theoretical physics. Each argument is discussed in great detail, paying attention to an overall coherent understanding of physical phenomena. Mathematical background is provided in supplements at the end of each chapter, when appropriate. The chapters are also followed by problems of different levels of difficulty. Advanced undergraduate and graduate students will find a rich and challenging source for improving their skills and for accomplishing a comprehensive learning of the many facets of the subject.
Contents
1: Introduction
2: Onedimensional systems
3: Approximate solutions
4: Duality of twodimensional Ising model
5: Combinatorial solutions of the Ising model
6: Transfer matrix of the twodimensional Ising model
7: Quantum field theory
8: Renormalization group
9: Fermionic formulation of the Ising model
10: Conformal field theory
11: Minimal conformal models
12: Conformal field theory of free Bosonic and Fermionic fields
13: Conformal field theories with extended symmetries
14: The arena of conformal models
15: In the vicinity of the critical points
16: Integrable quantum field theories
17: Smatrix theory
18: Exact Smatrices
19: Thermodynamics Bethe Ansatz
20: Form factors and correlation functions
21: Nonintegrable aspects
Index




Quantum Optics : An Introduction  Mark Fox 

Cover Price : Rs 895.00

Imprint : Oxford University Press ISBN : 0199571406 YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 400 CD : No


About the Book :
Most previous texts on quantum optics have been written primarily for the graduate student market at PhD level and above. Quantum optics: an introduction aims to introduce a wide range of topics at a lower level suitable for advanced undergraduate and Masters level students in physics. The text is divided into four main parts, covering modern topics in both pure and applied quantum optics: I. Introduction and background material. II. Photons. III. Atomphoton interactions. IV. Quantum information processing. The emphasis of the subject development is on intuitive physical understanding rather than mathematical arguments, although many derivations are included where appropriate. The text includes numerous illustrations, with a particular emphasis on the experimental observations of quantum optical phenomena. Each chapter includes worked examples, together with 1015 exercises with solutions. Six appendices are included to supplement the main subject material.
Contents :
Part I: Introduction and Background
1. Introduction
2. Classical Optics
3. Quantum Mechanics
4. Radiative Transitions in Atoms
Part II: Photons
5. Photon Statistics
6. Photon Antibunching
7. Coherent States and Squeezed Light
8. Photon Number States
Part III: AtomPhoton Interactions
9. Resonant LightAtom Interactions
10. Atoms in Cavities
11. Cold Atoms
Part IV: Quantum Information Processing
12. Quantum Cryptography
13. Quantum Computing
14. Entangled States and Quantum Teleportation
Appendices
A. Poisson Statistics
B. Parametric Amplification
C. The Density of States
D. Low Dimensional Semiconductor Structures
E. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
F. BoseEinstein Condensation
About the Author :
Prof. Mark Fox, is a Professor of Physics in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Sheffield. 



Dynamics and Relativity  J. R. Forshaw 
Author 
J. R. Forshaw A. G. Smith


Cover Price : $ 60.00

Imprint : John Wiley & Sons ISBN : 0470014608 YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 336 CD : No


About the Book :
Dynamics and Relativity provides an essential introduction to classical mechanics and relativity. It places particular emphasis on the fundamentally different views of space and time held by Newton and Einstein reaching, in the final chapter, the idea of curved space time that lies at the heart of Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity. The book develops the subject from first principles and assumes very little prior knowledge, other than some elementary calculus and trigonometry. It is divided into four parts : the first half is particularly suitable for students who are new to the subject. The second half introduces more advanced material and includes such topics as fourvectors and causality, gyroscopes and the relativistic corrections that underpin the workings of the GPS navigation system. Dynamics and Relativity includes material that is often not encountered in introductory courses but is nevertheless frequently required in more advanced courses.
Dynamics and Relativity follows a problem solving approach :
• It includes over 100 endofchapter problems, ranging in difficulty from easy to very challenging.
• Worked examples with solutions are presented within the text.
• Full solutions to all problems are included in an appendix.
• The mathematics is carefully explained and developed within a physics context.
Contents:
1. Space, Time and Motion
2. Force, Momentum and Newton’s Law
3. Energy
4. Angular Momentum
5. The Need for a New Theory of Space and Time
6. Relativistic Kinematics
7. Relativistic Energy and Momentum
8. NonInertial Frames
9. Gravitation
10. Rigid Body Motion
11. The Symmetries of Space and Time
12. FourVectors and Lorentz Invariants
13. SpaceTime Diagrams and Causality
14. Acceleration and General Relativity
Index.




FiberOptic Communications  Pierre Lecoy 

Cover Price : $ 140.00

Imprint : John Wiley & Sons ISBN : 1848210493 YOP : 2008

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 368 CD : No


About the Book :
FiberOptic Communications describes in a comprehensive manner the components and systems of fiber optic communications and networks. The first section explains the theory of multimode and singlemode fibers, then the technological features, including manufacturing, cabling, and connecting. The second section describes the various components (passive and active optical components, integrated optics, optoelectronic transmitters and receivers, and optical amplifiers) used in fiber optic systems. Finally, the optical transmission system design is explained, and applications to optical networks and fiber optic sensors are detailed, including the most recent developments in switched networks, high bitrate systems, and FTTH or radio over fiber.
Exercises with solutions are given to enable readers to test their understanding, making this a valuable resource for students, engineers and researchers involved in this vital telecommunications field.
Contents :
Foreword
Introduction
Chapter 1. Multimode Optical Fibers
Chapter 2. Singlemode Optical Fibers
Chapter 3. Fiber Optics Technology and Implementation
Chapter 4. Integrated Optics
Chapter 5. Optical Components
Chapter 6. Optoelectronic Transmitters
Chapter 7. Optoelectronic Receivers
Chapter 8. Optical Amplification
Chapter 9. FiberOptic Transmission Systems
Chapter 10. FiberOptic Networks
Chapter 11. FiberOptic Sensors and Instrumentation
Exercises
Bibliography
Index.
About the Author :
Pierre Lecoy has worked as Professor at Ecole Centrale Paris, France since 1984. His research interests include fiberoptic sensors and radio over fiber networks.




Classical Mechanics  Vimal Kumar Jain 

Cover Price : Rs 295.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9788190840613 YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback Size : 6.25 Total Pages : 296 CD : No


About the Book :
Classical Mechanics in designed as a textbook for graduate and postgraduate students of Physics. It begins with an introduction to Particle Dynamics. The book deals with Lagrangian dynamics, Hamiltons equations, Symmetry and conservation laws, Small oscillation, Hamiltons Principle, Principle of least action, Motion in noninertial reference frame, Canonical transformations, Hamilton Jacobi equation, Action and angle variables, Central force motion, Rutherford scattering and Dynamics of rigid body.
Salient features of the book
● Easy to understand and simple language
● Solved Examples
● Objective Type Questions
● Problems at the end of each chapter
Contents :
Preface : 1. Introduction to Particle Dynamics 2. Lagrangian Formulation 3. Hamiltons Equations 4. Symmetry and Conservation Laws 5. Small Oscillation 6. Variational Basics of MechanicsHamiltons Principle 7. Motion in NonInertial Reference Frame 8. Canonical Transformations 9. Hamilton Jacobi Equation 10. Central Forces Motion 11. Rutherford Scattering 12. Dynamics of Rigid Body, Answers to Objective Type Questions, Selected Bibliography, Index.
About the Author :
Dr. Vimal Kumar Jian, (Alexander von Humboldt Fellow), a Ph.D. from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur in 1977 is Professor of Physics at Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak. He was a visiting Professor at Institute de Fisica, Universidade Federal din Rio de Janeiro Brazil. He is working in the field of electron paramagnetic resonance and published four review articles and 104 research papers in National and International Journals. He is author of a book on Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy. 



Kelvin Probe for Surface Engineering : Fundamentals and Design (Indian Edition)  A. Subrahmanyam 
Author 
A. Subrahmanyam C. Suresh Kumar


Cover Price : Rs 695.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9788190840637 YOP : 2010

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 200 CD : No


New Arrival 
About the Book :
Conventionally, Kelvin probe is an established and powerful tool to measure the work function of metals and semiconductor surfaces; it is a non destructive technique; the surface remains virgin even after the measurement. With the emergence of nano and bio systems, the potential of kelvin probe is truly exceptional and still unexplored. The authors have designed and fabricated a Kelvin probe set up in their laboratory at Indian institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India. The Kelvin probe equipment is now being manufactured by several companies. So far, the fundamentals and the research results on Kelvin probe are all scattered. This book has been planned in such a way that an outline of the required fundamentals, the rudiments of design factors and the possible precautions one has to exercise in the fabrication and assembling of the equipment are all pooled together to one place. Also, it is the intention of the authors to expose the power of Kelvin probe in conducting Photoemission yield spectroscopy and Surface photovoltage spectroscopy experiments. This book is a modest attempt to describe the fundamentals and the design aspects. It is the earnest hope of the authors that this book may be of good use to the researchers working in the aspects of surface science and surface engineering.
About the Author :
Dr Subrahmanyam has been working in the Department of Physics at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, Chennai over the past twenty five years. He has established a thin film laboratory. His main interest are : surface Physics and Surface Engineering of metal oxides. He has published over one hundred research papers in journals and has been granted seven patents. He has presented several key note lectures, plenary lectures and invited talks at National and International conferences and Symposia. He has been awarded BOYSCAST Fellowship (Department of Science and Technology, Government of India) and Humboldt Fellowship (Humboldt Foundation, Germany). He is the first Saint Gobain Chair at Ecole Polytechnique, Paliseau (Saint Gobain, Paris). He has been nominated as Guest Professor by DAAD (Germany).
Dr Suresh Kumar has been working on the design and development of innovative surface measurement techniques over the past twenty years, with special interest on Kelvin Probe and its applications to semiconductor research. His research interests include Design, fabrication and characterization of semiconductor devices, Study of surfaces and interfaces, Thin films, Nanomaterials, Lowdimensional artificial structures and Renewable Energy. He is also an expert in semiconductor characterization techniques like contact potential difference (CPD) measurements, Surface photovoltage spectroscopy, Photoemission yield spectroscopy and impedance spectroscopy. He has authored several research papers and delivered invited talks. In the Year 2007, Dr Suresh Kumar has been awarded Professor A.L. Laskar Prize (for the best Ph.D thesis) for his thesis "Design and Fabrication of Kelvin Probe and Surface Passivation Studies of GaAs".
Dr Suresh Kumar is presently the president of KG Design Services Pvt. Ltd., India. 



ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY  PRABIR K BASU 
Author 
PRABIR K BASU HRISHIKESH DHASMANA


Cover Price : Rs 295.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789380156781 YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 236 CD : No


About the Book
Rapid advancement in electrical and electronic engineering in the past years can easily be linked to the study of electromagnetic waves, specially for communication purpose. In the present age of communications, be it radio wave, light wave, or satellite, fundamental principle is the transmission, propagation and receiving of electromagnetic waves. Although several books of this topic are available for the students, the several years of teaching experience of the authors feels the need of writing a book according to the use of engineering students in a simplest possible way. We have tried to deal with the subject contents in a lucid manner so that they are able to understand the realization behind the mathematical concepts which are the backbone of this subject. All the subject fundamentals and related derivations are discussed in an easy and comprehensive way to make the students strong about the basics of the electromagnetic theory. The philosophy of presentation and material content in the book are based on concept based approach towards the subject. The key features also lies in the solutions of several interesting numerical problems so that the students should have the idea of the practical usages of the subject.
Contents
1. Electromagnetic Theory Fundamentals 2. Static Electric Fields 3. Teady Magnetic Fields 4. Time Varying Fields and Maxwell’s Equations 5. Reflection and Refraction of E.M.Waves 6. Transmission Line 7. Introduction to Smith Chart, Numerical Problems, Sample Questions, Index
About the Authors
Prabir Kanti Basu received his Ph.D degree from BITS, Pilani, in the field of solid State Optoelectronic devices while working at National Physical laboratory, New Delhi. Thereafter, he joined in semiconductor fabrication industry in 1995 and received training at Germany. Since 2003 he is involved in teaching at different engineering colleges at Faridabad. In between he has also worked as Research Professor at South Korean University on project of advanced solar cell research. He has published several research papers in reputed international journals and presented several papers at International Conferences. Presently, he is teaching at Echelon Institute of Technology, Faridabad.
After completing M.Sc with specializations in Electronics and Nuclear Physics, Hrishikesh Dhasmana qualified NET and GATE, 1999, in Physics, and received his M.Tech degree from IIT, Bombay in Materials Science and Engineering. He has already published papers in both National and International Journals of repute. His areas of interest are solid state materials, thin film and semiconductor devices. Currently he is pursuing Ph.D from IIT Delhi in nanostructure based photovoltaic devices in Center for Energy Studies and is also teaching at Lingaya’s University, Faridabad.




Quantum Field Theory 2nd ed.  Franz Mandl 
Author 
Franz Mandl Graham Shaw


Cover Price : $ 55.00

Imprint : John Wiley & Sons ISBN : 0471496847 YOP : 2010 Edition : 2010

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 490 CD : No


FRANZ MANDL and GRAHAM SHAW
School of Physics & Astronomy, The University of Manchester, UK
Following on from the successful first (1984) and revised (1993) editions, this extended and revised text is designed as a short and simple introduction to quantum field theory for final year physics students and for postgraduate students beginning research in theoretical and experimental particle physics.
The three main objectives of the book are to:
• Explain the basic physics and formalism of quantum field theory
• To make the reader proficient in theory calculations using feynman diagrams
• To introduce the reader to gauge theories, which play a central role in elementary particle physics.
Thus, the first ten chapters deal with QED in the canonical formalism, and are little changed from the first edition. A brief introduction to gauge theories (Chapter 11) is then followed by two sections, which may be read independently of each other. They cover QCD and related topics (Chapters 1215) and the unified electroweak theory (Chapters 1619) respectively. Problems are provided at the end of each chapter. 



Group Theory for the Standard Model of Particle Physics and Beyond  ken J. Barnes 

Cover Price : £ 38.99

Imprint : CRC Press ISBN : 1420078747 YOP : 2010

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 255 CD : No


Based on the author's wellestablished courses, Group Theory for the Standard Model of Particle Physics and Beyond explores the use of symmetries through descriptions of the techniques of Lie groups and Lie algebras. The text develops the models, theoretical framework, and mathematical tools to understand these symmetries.
After linking symmetries with conservation laws, the book works through the mathematics of angular momentum and extends operators and functions of classical mechanics to quantum mechanics. It then covers the mathematical framework for special relativity and the internal symmetries of the standard model of elementary particle physics. In the chapter on Noether's theorem, the author explains how Lagrangian formalism provides a natural framework for the quantum mechanical interpretation of symmetry principles. He then examines electromagnetic, weak, and strong interaction; spontaneous symmetry breaking; the elusive Higgs boson; and supersymmetry. He also introduces new techniques based on extending spacetime into dimensions described by anticommuting coordinates.
Features
• Explores the modern framework of special relativity, including Lorentz covariance and the Poincare group
• Describes Lie group techniques for the standard model and beyond
• Provides a steppingstone to Einstein's work on general relativity
• Goes beyond the standard model to explore supertransformations, superspace methods, and more
• Includes many worked examples and problems in each chapter
This text provides succinct yet complete coverage of the group theory of the symmetries of the standard model of elementary particle physics. It will help readers understand current knowledge about the standard model as well as the physics that potentially lies beyond the standard model.




Perspectives and Methodology of Physical Sciences (Kerala Ed.)  Jijo P. Ulahannan 

Cover Price : Rs 95.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789380618364 YOP : 2010

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 146 CD : No


About the Book
This book, intended for undergraduate students of physical sciences, is written to convey succinctly the way of learning science, especially the physical sciences. It begins by explaining the basic difference between science and nonscience disciplines. The text presents a brief history of physical sciences, and can also be used as reference book for all science students. It presents the methods and methodology of science, and explains the basics of measurement and analysis. Finally, the text discusses the philosophy of physical sciences and ethical practices in science.
Key Features
• Clearly defines the basis of physical sciences and the relation with other branches of science.
• Illustrates the historical evolution and philosophy of physical sciences and its modern trends.
• Explains the scientific method and methodology of physical sciences.
• Gives a detailed account on measurement and analysis.
• Provides an account on ethics in science, scientific reporting and social responsibility of scientists.
Contents
Preface, Acknowledgements 1. Physics as a Scientific Discipline 2. A Brief History of Physics 3. Methodology of Modern Physics 4. Observation and Measurement in Physics 5. The Philosophy of Physical Sciences 6. Ethics in Science, Reference, Bibliography, Index
About the Author
Jijo P.Ulahannan is Assistant Professor in Physics at the Government College, Kasaragod. He obtained his MSc degree in Physics from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam and PhD degree in Photonics from the Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi. Subsequently, he won the UGC CSIR JRF (NET) for research and lectureship in Physical Sciences. He also qualified the Civil Services Mains Examination (2001) with Physics and Geography as optional subjects, and has experience in preparing students of various competitive examinations.
He has been awarded the prestigious TED Fellowship by TED Conferences, LLC, for his educational activities during the TEDIndia 2009 Conference. He is member of IEEE, Optical Society of America and SPIE, the International Society of Optics and Photonics.




SOLID STATE THEORY : AN INTRODUCTION  U. ROSSLER (EX) 

Cover Price : Rs 695.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9788184894462 YOP : 2010

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 366 CD : No


SolidState Theory  An Introduction is a textbook for graduate students of physics and material sciences. Whilst covering the standard topics of older textbooks, it also takes up new developments in theoretical concepts and materials that are connected with such breakthroughs as the quantumHall effects, the highTc superconductors, and the lowdimensional systems realized in solids. Thus besides providing the fundamental concepts to describe the physics of the electrons and ions comprising the solid, including their interactions, the book casts a bridge to the experimental facts and gives the reader an excellent insight into current research fields. A compilation of problems and solution make the book especially valuable to both students and teachers.
Contents
List of Symbols
1. Introduction
2. The Solid as a Many Particle Problem
3. Lattice Dynamics: Phonons
4. The Free Electron Gas
5. Electrons in a Periodic Potential
6. Spin Waves: Magnons
7. Correlated Electrons
8. Electron Phonon Interaction
9. Defects, Disorder, and Localization
10.Appendices
References
Solutions
Index 



Optics, 2nd ed. (Reprint) 2010  Karl Dieter Moller 
Author 
Karl Dieter Moller


Cover Price : Rs 995.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 8184894738 YOP : 2010

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 469 CD : Yes


About the Book
This new edition is intended for a one semester course in optics for juniors and seniors in science and engineering; it uses scripts from MathCad, MATLAB, Mathematica, and Maple and provides a simulated laboratory where students can learn by exploration and discovery instead of passive absorption
The text covers all the standard topics of a traditional optics course, including: geometrical optics and aberration, interference and diffraction, coherence, Maxwell's equations, wave guides and propagating modes, blackbody radiation, atomic emission and lasers, optical properties of materials, Fourier transforms and FT spectroscopy, image formation, and holography. It contains step by step derivations of all basic formulas in geometrical, wave and Fourier optics.
The basic text is supplemented by over 170 files in MathCad, MATLAB, Mathematics, and Maple (many of which are in the text; all scripts are included on the CD), each suggesting programs to solve a particular problem, and each linked to a topic in or application of optics. The computer files are dynamic, allowing the reader to see instantly the effects of changing parameters in the equations. Students are thus encouraged to ask "What if?" questions to assess the physical implications of the formulas. The discussion of Fourier transforms in particular is enhanced by the availability of numerical methods.
The book is written for the study of particular project but can easily be adapted to other situations, The threefold arrangement of text, applications, and files makes the book suitable for "selflearning" by scientists or engineers who would like to refresh their knowledge of optics. In the classroom, the MathCad, MATLAB, Mathematics, and Maple scripts can serve as starting points for homework; outside, they can help find solutions to complex problems in engineering applications.
Some praise for the previous edition:
OPTICS AND PHOTINICS NEWS [OCTOBER 2004]
"This book and its companion CD cover geometrical optics, electromagnetic theory, interference, diffraction and coherence theory. Chapters on optical constants, blackbody radiation, emission and absorption, lasers, holography and Fourier transform spectroscopy broaden its scope. The packet contains over 170 MathCAD' files linked to specific topics and applications. ....The main virtues of the book are the excellent photographs of basic optical phenomena. ....The index is comprehensive. ....[The book] will certainly be helpful to ...students in an introductory optics course."
THE PHYSICIST (March/April 2004)
"The author has developed a suite of model programs covering the whole spectrum of optics from classical geometric ray to wave and modern optics. Illustrative resonator and waveguide modes are also part of the program mix as well as introductory laser theory. In addition to an optics course, this book would be useful in a 3rd or 4th year electromagnetism course as well as an introduction to lasers and resonators. There are certainly more topics in this text than could possibly be covered in the typical 30 hour one semester course. .... All formulas and diagrams are provided in Adobe. pdf files as well for transcription into other software suites or inclusion in notes. This book is a comprehensive optics text that has been written in a mode to encourage students to run the models, do the calculations and generate their own illustrations.... The book would serve as an excellent text for undergraduate use and reference for laboratory simulation experiments."
Contents
1. Geometrical Optics
2. Interference
3. Diffraction
4. Coherence
5. Maxwell's Theory
6. Maxwell II. Modes and Mode Propagation
7. Blackbody Radiation, Atomic Emission, and Lasers
8. Optical Constants
9. Fourier Transformation and FTSpectroscopy
10. Imaging Using Wave Theory
11. Aberration
Appendix A About Graphs and Matrices in Mathcad
Appendix B Formulas
References
Index




Lasers : Techniques and Applications  B.M.K Prasad 

Cover Price : Rs 595.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789385462306 YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback Size : 6.25" X 9.50" Total Pages : 440 CD : No


About the Book
Laser Techniques and Applications provides a firm grounding in the fundamental concepts over governing the field on Optics. This textbook is useful for the students of B.E.,B.Tech. and M.Tech. courses. The present book is an attempt to treat the subject of Laser as an introductory course. Attempts have also been made to cover the frontline areas in the subject. Photo Dissociation Laser, Ion and Atomic Laser, Molecular Lasers, Electro Ionization Laser, Chemical Lasers and Plasma Lasers have been discussed in details. Apart from Small Gas Laser and HeNe Laser, CO2 Laser, and Eximer Laser have also been highlighted. Solid State Laser, Semiconductor Laser and Dye Laser have been discussed properly in the present edition. The development of Laser and its various applications in Communications, Radiation, medicine, Holography etc., has been given due importance.
Some of the future applications of Laser are as a general research laboratory tools for alignment, as a tool for surveying and alignment, for medical instrumentsin treatments and surgery of eyes, as a fixed optical frequency source for interferometer illumination and for Raman spectroscopy, as a narrow beam source for mashing operationscutting, trimming, drilling and welding, and as a tool for mining and tunnelling through rocks.
Contents
1. Lasers: A Short Introduction, 2. The Peculiar Properties of Laser Light, 3. Types of Lasers, 4. Gas Lasers, 5. Solid State Lasers, 6. Semiconductor Lasers, 7. Dye Lasers, 8. Highlights in the Development of Laser, 9. Optical Resonators, 10. Line Shapes and Threshold Condition of Oscillation with Lasers, 11. Nonlinear Optics 12. Far Ultraviolet and Xray Laser 13. Theory of Laser, 14. Applications of Laser,
Index
About the Author
Dr. Brij Mohan Kumar Prasad is Principal and Professor in Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering in Dronacharya College of Engineering, Gurgaon since 1998. He has been teaching for the last 29 years. He earned his Ph.D from Patna University in the year 1990 and has been involved in teaching, industry, administrative and professional assignment.
He is associated with number of Scientific and technical societies and is the life member of IETE, New Delhi; IAPT, Kanpur; ILT, BHU. Varanasi; LSSI, Mumbai; AIMA and ISTE, New Delhi. He is the nominee member of Computer Society of India, Chennai.
Dr. Prasad is the member of the Editorial Board for some reputed Journals. He has always been visiting for inspection as a member from University etc. He has been attending seminars, symposia and delivered lectures on various technical and scientific topics.
Over research activities he has worked many years at LTRP, IIT, New Delhi and has worked on Energy Resources in India at National Level and for that purpose visited IPR, Ahmedabad.




Solid State Physics, 2nd Ed. Vimal Kumar Jain 

Cover Price : Rs 495.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789384726010 YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 544 CD : No


About the Book
Updated to reflect recent work in the field, this book has been designed as a textbook for Graduate and Postgraduate students of Physics and Engineers. All the chapters have supplemented by solved and unsolved examples. Some of chapters illustrate areas of current interest in solid state Physics; to give the student a practical working knowledge of the subject Text has been presented in simple and lucid manner that helps student to grasp the subjectmatter easily. There is a fair amount of detail in the examples and derivations given in the text.
Contents
1. Crystal Structure 2. Chemical Bonding in Solids 3. Defects in Solids 4. Elements of Quantum Mechanics 5. XRay Diffraction 6. Lattice Vibrations 7. Thermal Properties of Solids 8. Free Electron Theory of Metal 9. Band Theory 10. Semiconductors 11. Dielectric Properties of Solids 12. Magnetic Properties of Matter 13. Magnetic Resonance 14. Superconductivity 15. Nanomaterials 16. Optical Properties 17. Semiconductor Devices, Bibliography, Index
About the Author
Dr. Vimal Kumar Jain, Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, is a Professor of Applied Sciences, IIT Engineering College Meerut. He received his Ph.D. from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur in 1977. He is a former Professor and Head of Physics Department at Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak. He was a professor of Applied Science in P.D.M.College of Engineering, Bahadurgarh, Professor and Head of ECE Department, Vidya College of Engineering, Meerut. At present he is a Professor of Applied Sciences, IIMT Engineering College Meerut. He was a Visiting Professor at Institute de Fisica , Universidad Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is working in the field of electron paramagnetic resonance and published four review articles and more than hundred research papers in National and International Journals. He supervised the research work of several M. Phil. and Ph.D. students and worked on various sponsored research projects. He has authored books on Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy, Classical Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics.




ELEMENTS OF MODERN PHYSICS: REVISED & UPDATED (9789381162880)  S.H. Patil 

Cover Price : Rs 495.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789381162880 YOP : 2015

Binding : Paperback Size : 6.25" X 9.50" Total Pages : 444 CD : No


About the Book
This book is thoroughly revised and updated providing a perspective of the important concepts and applications of contemporary Physics. The book emphasizes logical development of the subject and attempts to maintain rigor in the analytical discussions. The text has been presented in a concise and lucid manner. Every attempt has been made to introduce all aspects of this dynamic subject. A modern description of properties and interaction of particle is given along with discussions on topics such as cosmology, laser and applications. The concepts are illustrated by numerous worked examples. Selected problems given at the end of each chapter help students to evaluate their skills. The book with its simple style, comprehensive and uptodate coverage should be highly useful for B.Sc.physics students, as well as engineering students studying core courses in physics.
Contents
1. Special Theory of Relativity
2. Introduction to Quantum Ideas
3. Elements of Quantum Theory
4. The OneElectron Atom
5. Atoms and Molecules
6. Interaction with External Fields
7. Quantum Statistics
8. Solid State Physics
9. The Nucleus
10.Elementary Particles
11.General Relativity and Cosmology
About the Author
S.H.Patil is currently as Professor of Physics at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. He completed his Ph.D. from the University of California, USA. He has been teaching at IIT, Bombay, since 1970 and has been a visiting member at the Institute for Advanced Study. Princeton, USA. He has also taught at the University of California, USA and at the University of Delhi. His areas of interest include quantum mechanics, atoms molecules, nuclei and elementary particles.




Physics of Carbon Nanotube Devices  Francois Leonard (EX) 

Cover Price : Rs 2,995.00

Imprint : Elsevier ISBN : 9789382291152 YOP : 2013

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 310 CD : No


Possibly the most impactful material in the nanotechnology arena, carbon nanotubes have spurred a tremendous amount of scientific research and development. Their superior mechanical and chemical robustness makes them easily manipulable and allows for the assembly of various types of devices, including electronic, electromechanical, optoelectronic and sensing devices.
In the field of nanotube devices, however, concepts that describe the properties of conventional devices do not apply. Carbon nanotube devices behave much differently from those using traditional materials, and offer entirely new functionality. This book – designed for researchers, engineers and graduate students alike – bridges the experimental and theoretical aspects of carbon nanotube devices. It emphasizes and explains the underlying physics that govern their working principles, including applications in electronics, nanoelectromechanical systems, field emission, optoelectronics and sensing. Many other topics are discussed as well, all of them differing significantly from those covered in other sources, and which are essential for the future development of carbon nanotube technology.
KEY FEATURES
• Bridges experimental and theoretical aspects of carbon nanotube devices, focusing on the underlying physics that govern their working principles
• Explains applications in electronics, nanoelectromechanical systems, field emission, optoelectronics and sensing.
• Other topics include: electrical contacts, pn junctions, transistors, ballistic transport, field emission, oscillators, rotational actuators, electronphonon scattering, photoconductivity, and light emission.
• Covers aspects that significantly differ from those learned in traditional materials, yet are essential for future advancement of carbon nanotube technology.
Contents
1. Introduction
1.1 Structure of Carbon Nanotubes 1.2 Electronic Properties of Carbon Nanotubes 1.3 Phonon Spectra
2. Metallic Carbon Nanotubes for Current Transport
2.1 Introduction 2.2 Low Bias Transport 2.3 High Bias Transport 2.4 Capacitance and Inductance
3. Physics of Nanotube/Metal Contacts
3.1 Introduction 3.2 EndBonded Contacts 3.3 Side Contacts 3.4 Contacts to Metallic Carbon Nanotubes 3.6 Metal/Oxide/Nanotube Contacts
4. Electronic Devices
4.1 Introduction 4.2 Rectifiers 4.3 Field Effect Transistors
5. Electromechanical Devices
5.1 Bending 5.2 Uniaxial and Torsional Strain 5.3 Radial Deformation 5.4 Devices
6. Field Emission
6.1 Introduction 6.2 Adsorbates 6.3 Nanotube Arrays 6.4 Failure Mechanism 6.5 Devices
7. Optoelectronic Devices
7.1 Introduction 7.2 Optical Properties 7.3 Photoconductivity 7.4 Electroluminescence 7.5 Optical Detection With Functionalized Nanotubes
8. Chemical and Biological Sensors 8.1 Sensing Mechanisms 8.2 Liquid Gating 8.3 Functionalized Nanotubes
References
Index
About the Author
Francois Leonard received his Ph.D in theoretical physics from the University of Toronto, Canada. He is currently the Principal Member of Technical Staff in the Materials Physics Department with Sandia National Laboratories, and his work on carbon nanotubes has been published extensively in scientific journals and presented at international conferences. His research interests include electronic transport in carbon nanotubes, nanowires and single molecules 



PHYSICS OF CONDENSED MATTER  PRASANTA K. MISRA (EX) 

Cover Price : Rs 3,995.00

Imprint : Academic Press ISBN : 9789382291138 YOP : 2013

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 688 CD : No


Physics of Condensed Matter,by Prasanta K.Misra, is designed for a one or twosemester graduate or advanced undergraduate course on condensed matter physics for students in physics Materials science,solid state chemistry, and electrical engineering. While the book offers fundamental ideas and topic areas of condensed matter physics, it also includes many modern topics of interest for students to do further research. Some of these topics include: Spintronics, Zno, Graphene and Graphene based Electronics, Liquid Crystals, Quasicrystals, High Temperature Superconductivity, Heavy Fermions, the Quantum Hall Effect, Fractional Quantum Hall Effect, Metallic Nanoclusters, Fullerenes and Tubules, Polymers, Polarons, Bipolarons and Photoinduced Electron Transfer.
Contents
Chapter 1. Basic Properties of Crystals
Chapter 2. Phonons and Lattice Vibrations
Chapter 3. Free Electron Model
Chapter 4. Nearly Free Electron Model
Chapter 5. Band Structure Calculations
Chapter 6. Static and Transport Properties of Solids
Chapter 7. ElectronElectron Interaction
Chapter 8. Dynamics of Bloch Electrons
Chapter 9. Semiconductors
Chapter 10. Electronics
Chapter 11. Spintronics
Chapter 12. Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism
Chapter 13. Magnetic Ordering
Chapter 14. Superconductivity
Chapter 15. Heavy Fermions
Chapter 16. Metallic Nanoclusters
Chapter 17. Complex Structures
Chapter 18. Novel Materials
Appendix A. Elements of Group Theory
Appendix B. Mossbauer Effect
Appendix C. Introduction to Renormalization Group Approach
Index 



CARBON NANOTUBES: QUANTUM CYLINDERS OF GRAPHENE, INDIAN REPRINT  S. SAITO (EX) 

Cover Price : Rs 2,495.00

Imprint : Elsevier ISBN : 9789382291244 YOP : 2013

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 230 CD : No


CARBON NANOTUBES: QUANTUM CYLINDERS OF GRAPHENE
Contents
List of Contributors
Series Preface
Volume Preface
1. Nanotubes: An Experimental Overview
2. Quantum Theories for Carbon Nonotubes
3. The Electrinic Properties of Carbon Nanotubes
4. Raman Spectroscopy of Carbon Nanotubes
5. Optical Spectroscopy of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes
6. Structural properties and Nanoelectromechanical Systems Applications
7. Low Energy Electronic Structure of Graphene and Its Dirac Theory
Author Index
Subject Index




NONEQUILIBRIUM STATISTICAL PHYSICS, INDIAN ED.  NOELLE POTTIER (EX) 

Cover Price : Rs 995.00

Imprint : Oxford University Press ISBN : 9780199591138 YOP : 2010

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 512 CD : No


While systems at equilibrium are treated in a unified manner through the partition function formalism, the statistical physics of outofequilibrium systems covers a large variety of situations that are often without apparent connection. This book proposes a unified perspective on the whole set of systems near equilibrium: it brings out the profound unity of the laws which govern them and gathers a large number of results usually fragmented in the literature. The reader will find in this book a pedagogical account of the fundamental results: physical origins of irreversibility, fluctuationdissipation theorem, Boltzmann equation, linear response, Onsager relations, transport phenomena, Langevin and FokkerPlanck equations. The book's comprehensive organisation makes it valuable both as a textbook about irreversible phenomena and as a reference book for researchers.
"Its strength no doubt lies in showing how a large variety of subjects close to experimental interest are connected to a basis of fundamental statistical physics... an excellent book that is likely to keep its value when fashion changes." Henk Hilhorst, Universite ParisSud
"An extremely thorough, complete and well written reference on all well established aspects of non equilibrium statistical physics and corresponding linear irreversible processes. The book grew out of lectures given over many years at the graduate level in Paris, and is very pedagogical, providing cases and easily accessible knowledge in well written chapters." Hubert Saleur, University of Southern California
Contents
1. Random variables and random processes
2. Linear thermodynamics of irreversible processes
3. Statistical description of outofequilibrium systems
4. Classical systems: reduced distribution functions
5. The Boltzmann equation
6. Transport coefficients
7. From the Boltzmann equation to the hydrodynamic equations
8. The BlochBoltzmann theory of electronic transport
9. Master equations
10.Brownian motion: the Langevin model
11.Brownian motion: the FokkerPlanck equation
12.Linear responses and equilibrium correlations
13.General linear response theory
14.The fluctuationdissipation theorem
15.Quantum theory of electronic transport
16.Thermal transport coefficients
Index




PRINCIPLES OF NONLINEAR OPTICS (WILEY INDIA EX)  Y.R. SHEN (EX) 

Cover Price : Rs 3,995.00

Imprint : Wiley India ISBN : 9788126540228 YOP : 2013

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 576 CD : No


The Wiley Classics Library consists of selected books that have become recognized classics in their respective fields. With these new unabridged and inexpensive editions, Wiley hopes to extend the life of these important works by making them available to future generations of mathematicians and scientists.
Contents
Introduction.
Nonlinear Optical Susceptibilities.
General Description of Wave Propagation in Nonlinear Media.
Electrooptical and Magnetooptical Effects.
Optical Rectification and Optical FieldInduced Magnetization.
SumFrequency Generation.
Harmonic Generation.
Difference Frequency Generation.
Parametric Amplification and Oscillation.
Stimulated Raman Scattering.
Stimulated Light Scattering.
TwoPhoton Absorption.
HighResolution Nonlinear Optical Spectroscopy.
FourWave Mixing.
FourWave Mixing Spectroscopy.
OpticalFieldInduced Birefringence.
SelfFocusing.
Multiphoton Spectroscopy.
Detection of Rare Atoms and Molecules.
Laser Manipulation of Particles.
Transient Coherent Optical Effects.
Strong Interaction of Light with Atoms.
Infrared Multiphoton Excitation and Dissociation of Molecules.
Laser Isotope Separation.
Surface Nonlinear Optics.
Nonlinear Optics in Optical Waveguides.
Optical Breakdown.
Nonlinear Optical Effects in Plasmas.
Index.




ENGINEERING PHYSICS1UPTU  PRABIR K BASU 
Author 
PRABIR K BASU HRISHIKESH DHASMANA


Cover Price : Rs 195.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789380618227 YOP : 2010

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 200 CD : No


About the Book
The textbook is the amalgam of various conceptual approaches towards understanding Engineering Physics and its applications in daytoday life. Theory of Relativity gives basic principles that lie in relative phenomena and discusses how the concept of invariance of mass, length and time were changed by Einstein. In optics, interaction of light with various matters and effect of matters on light have been discussed. In Interference, nature of light has been studied with various optical devices and phenomena. Diffraction phenomenon has been analysed both qualitatively and quantitatively for single slit and plane diffraction grating. Polarization deals with transverse nature of light. Laser and Fiber Optics give their fundamental understanding and the chapter discusses the integrated application of them, especially in the field of communication. For the comfort level of students lucid style of writing has been kept in mind.
Contents
Preface, 1. Relativistic Mechanics 2. Interference 3. Diffraction 4. Polarization 5. Laser 6. Fiber Optics and Holography, Questions for Assignment, Numerical with Solutions, Index
About the Authors
Prabir K. Basu completed his Ph.D from BITSPilani/NPL, New Delhi after NET qualification and now teaches at Echelon Institute of Technology, Faridabad. Alongside he works with Udhaya Energy Photovoltaics Pvt. Ltd, Coimbatore as Visiting Consultant. He has also worked as Research Professor at South Korean University on project of advanced solar cell research. The author has published several research papers in reputed international journals such as IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, Semiconductor Science and Technology, Renewable Energy, Materials Science Letters, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells and others besides published several books. He has also presented several papers in International Conferences.
Hrishikesh Dhasmana qualified NET, GATE and completed M.Tech from IIT, Mumbai and is now teaching at Rawal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Faridabad. He is also pursuing Ph.D from IIT Delhi in nanostructure based photovoltaic devices in Center for Energy Studies. The author has published papers in the Journal of Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, Frontier in Material Science and Technology, and Renewable Energy besides published several books.




PRINCIPLES OF VIBRATION AND SOUND 2ND ED.  THOMAS D. ROSSING (EX) 
Author 
THOMAS D. ROSSING NEVILLE H. FLECTCHER


Cover Price : Rs 595.00

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9788184892079 YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 339 CD : No


An ideal text for advanced undergraduates, Principles of Vibration and Sound, Second Edition provides the foundations needed to understand the acoustics of rooms and musical instruments, as well as the basics for scientists and engineers interested in noise and vibration. The Second Edition contains four new chapters devoted primarily to applications of acoustical principles in everyday life: Microphones and Other Transducers; Sound in Concert Halls and Studios; Sound and Noise Outdoors; and Underwater Sound.
Rossing and Fletcher present the physics of mechanical vibrating systems, emphasizing normal modes of vibration. Beginning with the basics of free and forced motions of simple harmonic oscillator (with electrical analogs indicated where appropriate), they then proceed to vibrations in onedimensional systems, such as strings and bars, and twodimensional systems, such as membranes and plates.
The discussion of coupled systems includes strong as well as weak coupling and presents both mechanical and electrical examples. The treatment includes a fairly detailed discussion of nonlinear systems and selfexcited oscillators, as well as a brief explanation of modal analysis, including finiteelement methods and modal testing. The second part of the book discusses the propagation of sound in air, including radiation, transmission, absorption, and diffraction. This treatment of radiation covers point, dipole, line, plane and other sources, both with and without baffles, and the propagation of sound in various kinds and shapes of pipes, horns and other acoustics components.
Contents
Part 1 Vibrating Systems
1 Free and Forced Vibrations of Simple Systems
2 Continuous Systems in One Dimension: Strongs and Bars
3 TwoDimentional Systems: Membranes and Plates
4 Coupled Vibrating Systems
5 Nonlinear Systems
Part 2 Sound Waves
6 Sound Waves in Air
7 Sound Radiation
8 Pipes and Horns
9 Acoustic Systems
10 Microphones and Other Transducers
11 Sound in Concert Halls and Studios
12 Sound and Noise Outdoors
13 Underwater Sound
About the authors
Thomas Rossing is Professor Emeritus of Physics at Northern Illinois University. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, Acoustical Society of America and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has authored 10 other books.
Neville Fletcher is Professor Emeritus of Physics of the University of New England in Australia and is now a Visiting Fellow at the Australian National University. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science, the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, the Acoustical Societies of both America and Australia, and the Institutes of Physics of both Australia and the UK. He has authored four other books




APPLICATIONS OF LASER PLASMA INTERACTIONS,INDIAN REPRINT, 2014  SHALOM ELIEZER (EX) 
Author 
SHALOM ELIEZER KUNIOKI MIMA


Cover Price : £ 49.99

Imprint : CRC / Lewis ISBN : 9780849376047 YOP : 2014

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 300 CD : No


Recent advances in the development of lasers with more energy, power, and brightness have opened up new possibilities for exciting applications. Applications of Laser–Plasma Interactions reviews the current status of high power laser applications.
The book first explores the science and technology behind the ignition and burn of imploded fusion fuel, before describing novel particle accelerators. It then focuses on applications of high power xray sources and the development of xray lasers. The book also discusses how ultrahigh power lasers are used in nuclear and elementary particle physics applications as well as how the high power density of laser–plasma interactions is used to study matter under extreme conditions. The final chapters deal with femtosecond lasers, presenting applications in materials processing and nanoparticles.
With contributions from a distinguished team of researchers, this work illustrates the many applications of high power lasers, highlighting their important roles in energy, biology, nanotechnology, and more.
Features
Describes the production of inertial fusion energy, which could be the future solution to the energy crisis
Explains how xray lasers are used in the biological sciences and solidstate physics
Explores how ultrahigh power lasers are used in nuclear and elementary particle physics
Discusses the use of femtosecond laser pulses in materials processing
Examines nanoparticles in the context of laser–plasma interactions
Contents
1.Inertial Fusion Energy
Kunioki Mima, Masakatsu Murakami, Sadao Nakai, and Shalom Eliezer
2.Accelerators
James Kogan
3.XRay Sources
Hiroaki Nishimura
4.XRay Lasers
Hiroyuki Daido, Tetsuya Kawachi, Kengo Moribayashi, and Alexander Pirozhkov
5.Nuclear and Particle Physics with Ultraintense Lasers
José Tito Mendonça and Shalom Eliezer
6.Equations of State
Shalom Eliezer and Zohar Henis
7.Material Processing with Femtosecond Lasers
Masayuki Fujita
8.Nanoparticles Induced by Femtosecond Lasers
Shalom Eliezer
Index




PLASMA ELECTRONICS, INDIAN REPRINT 2014  T. MAKABE (EX) 
Author 
T. MAKABE Z. PETROVIC


Cover Price : £ 49.99

Imprint : T & F / Routledge ISBN : 9780750309769 YOP : 2014

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 354 CD : No


Without plasma processing techniques, recent advances in microelectronics fabrication would not have been possible. But beyond simply enabling new capabilities, plasmabased techniques hold the potential to enhance and improve many processes and applications. They are viable over a wide range of size and time scales, and can be used for deposition, etching, and even process monitoring and diagnosis. Plasma Electronics: Applications in Microelectronic Device Fabrication explains the fundamental physics and numerical methods necessary to bring these technologies from the laboratory to the factory.
Beginning with an overview of the basic characteristics and applications of lowtemperature plasma, preeminent experts Makabe and Petrovic explore the physics underlying the complex behavior of plasma. They discuss charged particle transport in general and in detail and they give the necessary foundation in macroscopic plasma characteristics and elementary processes in gas phase and on surfaces. After laying this groundwork, the book examines stateoftheart computational methods for modeling plasma and reviews various important applications including inductively and capacitively coupled plasma, magnetically enhanced plasma, and various processing techniques, while numerous problems and worked examples reinforce the concepts.
Uniquely combining physics, numerical methods, and practical applications, Plasma Electronics: Applications in Microelectronic Device Fabrication equips you with the knowledge necessary to scale up lab bench breakthroughs into industrial innovations.
Contents
Introduction
Plasma and Its Classification
Application of LowTemperature Plasma
Academic Fusion
References
Phenomenological Description of the Charged Particle Transport
Transport in Real (Configuration) Space
Transport in Velocity Space
Thermal Equilibrium and Its Governing Relations
References
Macroscopic Plasma Characteristics
Introduction
QuasiNeutrality
ChargeSeparation in Plasmas
Plasma Shielding
Particle Diffusion
Bohm Sheath Criterion
References
Elementary Processes in Gas Phase and on Surfaces
Particles and Waves
Collisions and Cross Sections
Classical Collision Theory
Quantum Theory of Scattering
Collisions between Electrons and Neutral Atoms/Molecules
Electron–Atom Collisions
Electron–Molecule Collisions
Nonconservative Collisions of Electrons with Atoms and Molecules
Heavy Particle Collisions
Photons in Ionized Gases
Elementary Processes at Surfaces
References
The Boltzmann Equation and Transport Equations of Charged Particles
Introduction
The Boltzmann Equation
Transport Coefficients
The Transport Equation
Collision Term in the Boltzmann Equation
Boltzmann Equation for Electrons
References
General Properties of Charged Particle Transport in Gases
Introduction
Electron Transport in DCElectric Fields
Electron Transport in RF Electric Fields
Ion Transport in DCElectric Fields
References
Modeling of Nonequilibrium (LowTemperature) Plasmas
Introduction
Continuum Models
Particle Models
Hybrid Models
Circuit Model
Electromagnetic Fields and Maxwell’s Equations
References
Numerical Procedure of Modeling
Time Constant of the System
Numerical Techniques to Solve the TimeDependent DriftDiffusion Equation
Boundary Conditions
References
Capacitively Coupled Plasma
RadioFrequency Capacitive Coupling
Mechanism of Plasma Maintenance
References
Inductively Coupled Plasma
RadioFrequency Inductive Coupling
Mechanism of Plasma Maintenance
Wave Propagation in Plasmas
References
Magnetically Enhanced Plasma
DirectCurrent Magnetron Plasma
Unbalanced Magnetron Plasma
RF Magnetron Plasma
Magnetic Confinements of Plasmas
Magnetically Resonant Plasmas
References
Plasma Processing and Related Topics
Introduction
Physical Sputtering
Plasma Chemical Vapor Deposition
Plasma Etching
References
Index




A Textbook of Optics  Suresh Chandra and Mohit Kumar Sharma 
Author 
Suresh Chandra Mohit Kumar Sharma


Cover Price : Rs 1,995.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789386761569 YOP : 2018

Binding : Hardback Size : 6.14” X 9.21” Total Pages : 322 CD : No


About the Book
Optics is a part of electromagnetic spectrum that consists of gamma rays, xrays, ultraviolet radiation, visible radiation, infrared radiation, microwaves, radio waves. This book is an effort to explain this broad spectrum of Optics in a student friendly way. It covers the entire syllabi of the undergraduate courses being taught at the Indian Universities throughout the country. Adequate details of mathematical expressions have been given to help students understand the subject matter. Each and every topic is explained in a simple and lucid language with the help of solved problems. Exercises with MCQs have been given at the end of each chapter for self assessment.
Contents
1. Reflection 2. Refraction 3. Cardinal Points 4. Interference 5. Fresnel Diffraction 6. Fraunhoffer Diffraction 7. Polarization 8. Lasers and Holography 9. Fiber Optics, Bibliography, Index
About the Authors
Prof. (Dr) Suresh Chandra is presently Deputy Director & Professor atAmity Center for Astronomy & Astrophysics, Amity Institute of Applied Sciences, Amity University, Noida. Earlier, he was Director, School of Physical Sciences, SRTM University, Nanded (Maharashtra) and Director, School of Physical Sciences, and Dean of Students in SMVD University, Katra (J&K). He is Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society (London), Fellow of the Maharashtra Academy of Sciences (Pune), Associate Member of the Third World Academy of Sciences (Italy), Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany), Life Member of the International Astronomical Union and Life Member of several other national academic bodies.
He has published 152 research papers in the journals of international repute and has written 20 books, 32 scientific articles and has participated in 75 international/national conferences. He has successfully completed 13 research projects funded by various agencies in India. Ten students have been awarded Ph.D. degree, and two students have been awarded M.Phil. (Physics) under his supervision. His areas of interest are Astronomy & Astrophysics, Theoretical Physics, and Computational Physics. He has 45 years experience of teaching and research in the universities in India and abroad.
Dr. Mohit Kumar Sharma is National Postdoctoral Fellow of SERB, DST, New Delhi at Amity Center for Astronomy & Astrophysics, Amity Institute of Applied Sciences, Amity University, Noida. Earlier, he worked as Asstt. Prof. in ITM University, Gwalior. He has received the Young Scientist Award (2014) of Indian Science Congress Association, Kolkata. A brilliant student throughout, he earned his Ph.D. (Physics)from Jiwaji University, Gwalior. He is coauthor of eight textbooks and has published 22 research papers in the journals of international repute. He is life member of Astronomical Society of India; Indian Science Congress Association, Kolkata; Indian Society of Atomic & Molecular Physics; Indian Association of Physics Teachers; Astrochemistry Society of India.




Essentials of Nonlinear Optics  Y.V.G.S.Murti 
Author 
Y.V.G.S. Murti C. Vijayan


Cover Price : Rs 350.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789383656639 YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 204 CD : No


About the Book
Nonlinear optical interaction of matter with intense optical fields plays a key role in emerging photonic technologies in the areas of photonics. Recent reports on new kinds of materials exhibiting novel forms of physical mechanisms and innovative proposals for device applications have encouraged further research in the field. An increasing awareness and exposure to the vast scope of nonlinear optics call for a clear understanding of the basic physics involved with an introduction toward applications.
The available book on nonlinear optics are of quite a wide variety in terms of content, style, topic coverage and depth of treatment. While most of these books are excellent resources for the researchers, there is a strong need for books appropriate for presenting the subject at the undergraduate or postgraduate levels in Universities. This book has emerged from an attempt to address the requirement of presenting the subject at college level. A onesemester course covering the essentials can effectively be designed based on this. Care has been taken to include rigorous features such as:
elucidation of relevant basic principles of physics
clear exposition of the ideas involved at an appropriate level
coverage of the physical mechanisms of nonlinearity
update on physical mechanisms and emerging photonic materials and
emphasis on the experimental study of nonlinear interactions
The topics covered include quantum mechanics of nonlinear interaction of matter and radiation, formalism and phenomenology of nonlinear wave mixing processes, optical phase conjugation and applications, selffocusing and self phase modulation and their role in pulse modification, nonlinear absorption mechanisms and optical limiting applications, photonic switching and bistability, and physical mechanisms leading to nonlinear response in a variety of materials.
Contents
1. From Optics to Photonics
2. A Phenomenological View of Nonlinear Optics
3. Symmetry and Susceptibility Tensors
4. Calculation of NonLinear Susceptibilities
5. Nonlinear Wave Mixing Processes
6. Optical Phase Conjugation and Bistability
7. Self Focusing, Phase Modulation and Pulse Shaping
8. Mechanisms and Materials
Bibliography
References
Index
About the Author
Y.V.G.S.Murti joined the premier institution of IIT Madras following a bright academic career, where his teaching and research activities spanned over a few decades. Prof. Murtis condensed Matter research included experimental and theoretical investigations addressing problems on lattice defects and related transport and optical phenomena. Establishing a school of research on Photonics, he led work on experiments on Nonlinear Wave Mixing as well as on theorectical evaluation of Optical Nonlinearities of Colorcenters.
C.VIjayan has done his M.Sc. and Ph.D in physics from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, Chennai. His early work includes Solid State Transport Phenomena and Photonic Memories. Over the last two decades, he has been actively pursuing research on nonlinear optical properties of Novel Materials. A professor of physics at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, he heads the Photonics laboratory directing work of Quantum Confined Materials and Nanophotonic Materials.




Introductin to Solid State Physics and Crystalline Nanostructures  Giuseppe Iadonisi 
Author 
Giuseppe Iadonisi Giovanni Cantele Maria Luisa Chiofalo


Cover Price : Euro 89.99

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9788847028043 YOP : 2014

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 710 CD : No


This textbook provides conceptual, procedural, and factual knowledge on solid state and nanostructure physics. It is designed to acquaint readers with key concepts and their connections, to stimulate intuition and curiosity, and to enable the acquisition of competences in general strategies and specific procedures for problem solving and their use in specific applications. To these ends, a multidisciplinary approach is adopted, integrating physics, chemistry, and engineering and reflecting how these disciplines are converging towards common tools and languages in the field.
Each chapter discusses essential ideas before the introduction of formalisms and the stepwise addition of complications. Questions on everyday manifestations of the concepts are included, with reasoned linking of ideas from different chapters and sections and further detail in the appendices. The final section of each chapter describes experimental methods and strategies that can be used to probe the phenomena under discussion.
Solid state and nanostructure physics is constantly growing as a field of study where the fascinating quantum world emerges and otherwise imaginary things can become real, engineered with increasing creativity and control: from tinier and faster technologies realizing quantum information concepts, to understanding of the fundamental laws of Physics. Elements of Solid State Physics and of Crystalline Nanostructures will offer the reader an enjoyable insight into the complex concepts of solid state physics.
CONTENTS
 Crystals and Nanosystems Structure.
 Electronic structure of nanosystems and crystals.
 Elements of continuum mechanics and lattice vibrations.
 Transport and Equilibrium Properties.
 Optical Properties.
 Correlations and Density Functional Theory. 



Basic Concepts in Physics : From the Cosmos to Quarks  Masud Chaichian 
Author 
Masud Chaichian Hugo Perez Rojas Anca Tureanu


Cover Price : Euro 44.95

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9783642195976 YOP : 2014

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 390 CD : No


"Basic Concepts in Physics: From the Cosmos to Quarks" is the outcome of the authors' long and varied teaching experience in different countries and for different audiences, and gives an accessible and eminently readable introduction to all the main ideas of modern physics. The book’s fresh approach, using a novel combination of historical and conceptual viewpoints, makes it ideal complementary reading to more standard textbooks. The first five chapters are devoted to classical physics, from planetary motion to special relativity, always keeping in mind its relevance to questions of contemporary interest. The next six chapters deal mainly with newer developments in physics, from quantum theory and general relativity to grand unified theories, and the book concludes by discussing the role of physics in living systems. A basic grounding in mathematics is required of the reader, but technicalities are avoided as far as possible; thus complex calculations are omitted so long as the essential ideas remain clear. The book is addressed to undergraduate and graduate students in physics and will also be appreciated by many professional physicists. It will likewise be of interest to students, researchers and teachers of other natural sciences, as well as to engineers, highschool teachers and the curious general reader, who will come to understand what physics is about and how it describes the different phenomena of Nature. Not only will readers of this book learn much about physics, they will also learn to love it.
CONTENTS
 Gravitation and Newton Laws.
 Entropy, Statistical Physics and Information.
 Electromagnetism and Maxwell Equations.
 Electromagnetic Waves.
 The Special Theory of Relativity.
 The Atom and Quantum Theory.
 Quantum Electrodynamics.
 FermiDirac and BoseEinstein Statistics.
 The Four Fundamental Forces.
 General Relativity and Cosmology.
 Unification of the Forces of Nature.
 Physics and Life.
Index. 



Elements of Modern XRay Physics, 2nd ed.  Jens AlsNielsen (EX) 
Author 
Jens AlsNielsen Des Mcmorrow


Cover Price : $ 71.00

Imprint : Wiley ISBN : 9780470973943 YOP : 2011

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 434 CD : No


It is over a decade since the first edition of the bestseller Elements of Modern Xray Physics was published. Given the immense level of interest in Xrays and their exploitation, there have been extensive developments in this field in the intervening years. In response to this progress, Elements of Modern Xray Physics has been completely revised and updated and includes:
• A new chapter on Xray imaging with an emphasis on recent progress
• A new chapter on the determination of the structure of noncrystalline materials, including liquids, glasses, polymers and biomolecules
• Exercises and solutions at the end of most chapters
This new edition will appeal to students of courses in Xray science, as well as biologists, materials scientists, chemists, geologists and physicists using synchrotron radiation in their research.
Contents
Preface.
Preface to the first edition.
Acknowledgements from the first edition.
Notes on the use of this book.
1 Xrays and their interaction with matter.
1.1 Xrays: waves and photons.
1.2 Scattering.
1.3 Absorption.
1.4 Refraction and reflection.
1.5 Coherence.
1.6 Magnetic interactions.
1.7 Further reading.
2 Sources.
2.1 Early history and the Xray tube.
2.2 Introduction to synchrotron radiation.
2.3 Synchrotron radiation from a circular arc.
2.4 Undulator radiation.
2.5 Wiggler radiation.
2.6 Freeelectron lasers.
2.7 Compact light sources.
2.8 Coherence volume and photon degeneracy.
2.9 Further reading.
2.10 Exercises.
3 Refraction and reflection from interfaces.
3.1 Refraction and phase shift in scattering.
3.2 Refractive index and scattering length density.
3.3 Refractive index including absorption.
3.4 Snell’s law and the Fresnel equations in the Xray region.
3.5 Reflection from a homogeneous slab.
3.6 Specular reflection from multilayers.
3.7 Reflectivity from a graded interface.
3.8 Rough interfaces and surfaces.
3.9 Examples of reflectivity studies.
3.10 Xray optics.
3.11 Further reading.
3.12 Exercises.
4 Kinematical scattering I: noncrystalline materials.
4.1 Two electrons.
4.2 Scattering from an atom.
4.3 Scattering from a molecule.
4.4 Scattering from liquids and glasses.
4.5 Smallangle Xray scattering (SAXS).
4.6 Further reading.
4.7 Exercises.
5 Kinematical scattering II: crystalline order.
5.1 Scattering from a crystal.
5.2 Quasiperiodic structures.
5.3 Crystal truncation rods.
5.4 Lattice vibrations, the DebyeWaller factor and TDS.
5.5 The measured intensity from a crystallite.
5.6 Applications of kinematical diffraction.
5.7 Further reading.
5.8 Exercises.
6 Diffraction by perfect crystals.
6.1 One atomic layer: reflection and transmission.
6.2 Kinematical reflection from a few layers.
6.3 Darwin theory and dynamical diffraction.
6.4 The Darwin reflectivity curve.
6.5 DuMond diagrams.
6.6 Further reading.
6.7 Exercises.
7 Photoelectric absorption.
7.1 Xray absorption by an isolated atom.
7.2 EXAFS and nearedge structure.
7.3 Xray dichroism.
7.4 ARPES.
7.5 Further reading.
7.6 Exercises.
8 Resonant scattering.
8.1 The forced charged oscillator model.
8.2 The atom as an assembly of oscillators.
8.3 The KramersKronig relations.
8.4 Numerical estimate of f ' .
8.5 Breakdown of Friedel’s law and Bijvoet pairs.
8.6 The phase problem in crystallography.
8.7 Quantum mechanical description.
8.8 Further reading.
8.9 Exercises.
9 Imaging.
9.1 Introduction.
9.2 Absorption contrast imaging.
9.3 Phase contrast imaging.
9.4 Coherent diffraction imaging.
9.5 Holography.
9.6 Further reading.
9.7 Exercises.
A Scattering and absorption crosssections.
B Classical electric dipole radiation.
C Quantization of the electromagnetic field.
D Gaussian statistics.
E Fourier transforms.
F Comparison of Xrays with neutrons.
G MATLABr computer programs.
H Answers to exercises and hints.
Bibliography.
Index.
List of symbols.




Dynamics of Discrete Populations and Series of Events  Keith Iain Hopcraft 
Author 
Keith Iain Hopcraft Eric Jakeman Kevin D. Ridley


Cover Price : Rs 2,995.00

Imprint : CRC Press ISBN : 9781420060676 YOP : 2015

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 224 CD : No


Discrete phenomena are an important aspect of various complex systems, acting both as underlying driving mechanisms and as manifestations of diverse behaviours. However, the characterisation of these discrete phenomena requires models that go beyond those featured in existing books.
Largely concerned with mathematical models used to describe timevarying populations and series of events, The Dynamics of Discrete Populations and Series of Events demonstrates how analytical tools are used to develop, simulate, and solve discrete stochastic models. It provides an understanding of the effect of the competing processes governing the changing number of individuals present in a population, and shows how relatively simple models can be used to generate a wide range of behaviours.
Contents
preface
Introduction
References
Statistical Preliminaries
Introduction
Probability Distributions
MomentGenerating Functions
Discrete Processes
Series of Events
Summary
Further Reading
Markovian Population Processes
Introduction
Births and Deaths
Immigration and the Poisson Process
The Effect of Measurement
Correlation of Counts
Summary
Further Reading
The BirthDeathImmigration Process
Introduction
Rate Equations for the Process
Equation for the Generating Function
General TimeDependent Solution
Fluctuation Characteristics of a BirthDeathImmigration Population
Sampling and Measurement Processes
Correlation of Counts
Summary
Further Reading
Population Processes Exhibiting SubPoisson Fluctuations and OddEven Effects
Introduction
A Limited BirthDeath Process: Binomial Number Fluctuations
The Effect of Monitoring a Limited BirthDeath Process
A Birth Limited Death Immigration Process
The Effect of Monitoring a Birth Limited Death Process
Odd Even Effects in a Population Driven by Immigrant Pairs
Monitoring an Immigrant Pair Death Process
Summary
Further Reading
The DeathMultiple Immigration Process
Introduction
Rate and GeneratingFunction Equations for the Process
Negative Binomial Fluctuations Revisited
Sampling and Measurement Processes
TimeDependent Multiple Immigrations
Summary
Further Reading
Stable Processes and Series of Events
Introduction
Discrete Stability
A Discrete Stable Markov Process
Stable Series of Events
Construction of Statistical Measures by Clipping
Summary
Further Reading
Coupled Processes
Introduction
Coupled Death Multiple Immigrations Processes
Properties of Populations Coupled by Multiple Immigrations
Cyclically Coupled Populations
Populations Coupled through Exchange Interactions
Summary
Further Reading
Doubly Stochastic Processes
Introduction
General Statistical Relationships
Commonly Encountered Doubly Stochastic Poisson Processes
Continuous and Discrete Stable Variables
Doubly Stochastic Stable Processes
Summary
Further Reading
Level Crossings of a Continuous Process
Introduction
Generalisation of the Van Vleck Theorem
Crossing Number Statistics of a Differentiable Process
Processes that are Continuous but Not Differentiable
Distribution of Intervals between Zeros
Summary
Further Reading
Simulation Techniques
Introduction
Interevent Intervals
Transformation of Random Variables
Simulating the Death Immigration Process
Extension to More than Two Events
Processes with Multiple Immigrations
Gaussian Random Process
The Doubly Stochastic Poisson Process
Summary
Further Reading
Glossary of Special Functions
index 



Symmetries in Quantum Mechanics  M.Chaichian 
Author 
M. Chaichian R. Hagedorn


Cover Price : Rs 3,995.00

Imprint : T & F / Routledge ISBN : 9780750304085 YOP : 2015

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 318 CD : No


This series of books in physics and related subjects is designed to meet the needs of graduate students. Although not primarily research texts, the books point out the directions which research is currently taking and where it is expected to lead. They therefore serve as Introductory surveys for research students, who might otherwise be faced with the formidable task of acquainting themselves with a research topic by reading sophisticated research literature.
This book provides a thorough, didactic exposition of the role of symmetry, particularly rotational symmetry, in quantum mechanics. The bulk of the book covers the description of rotations (geometrically and grouptheoretically) and their representations, and the quantum theory of angular momentum. Later chapters introduce more advanced topics such as relativistic theory, supersymmetry, anyons, fractional spin, and statistics. Everything is explained clearly and in depth making the book ideal for use as a course text for postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students in physics and those specializing in theoretical physics. The book will also be useful for researchers looking for an accessible introduction to this important area of quantum theory.
Contents
Introduction
Symmetry in quantum mechanics
Rotations in threedimensional space
Angular momentum operators and eigenstates
Addition of angular momenta
Representations of the rotation group
The JordanSchwinger construction and representations
Irreducible tensors and tensor operators
Peculiarities of twodimensional rotations: anyons, fractional spin and statistics
A brief glance at relativistic problems
Supersymmetry in quantum mechanics and particle physics
Appendices A
Appendices B
Bibliography
Index




Superfluidity and Superconductivity, 3rd ed  D.R.Tilley 
Author 
D.R. Tilley J. Tilley


Cover Price : Rs 3,995.00

Imprint : IOP Publishing ISBN : 9780750300339 YOP : 2015

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 780 CD : No


This series of books in physics and related subjects is designed to meet the needs of graduate students. Although not primarily research texts, they point out the direction which research is currently taking and where it is expected to lead. They therefore serve as useful introductory surveys for graduate students, who may otherwise be faced with the formidable task of acquainting themselves with a research topic by reading sophisticated research texts.
This text aims to introduce the lowtemperature phenomena of superfluidity and superconductivity from a unified viewpoint, with the existence of a macroscopic wave function stressed as the central principle. There is an extensive discussion of macroscopic theories, with major chapters on condensates and excitations, the twofluid model, vortex states and Josephson effects. Superfluidity in the A and B phases of liquid 3He is described in terms of a microscopic theory of pairing of 3He atoms, and an introduction to the GinzburgLandau theory is also given. The authors’ treatment of the BardeenCooperSchrieffer theory of superconductors covers a full chapter. Full descriptions of relevant experimental results are given throughout the book.
The principal new feature of this third edition is the addition of a chapter on hightemperature superconductors, the most exciting development in the field in the las few years.
The comprehensive survey of experiment and theory, supplemented by problems at the end of most chapters, makes this an invaluable foundation text for graduate students working in lowtemperature physics, and its careful elaboration of basic principles will also make it accessible to final year undergraduate taking specialized courses. In addition, anyone researching superfluids or superconductors would benefit from this systematic exploration of the similarities and contrasts between the two areas.
Contents
Superfluids: An Introduction
Condensates and Excitations
Helium II: The TwoFluid Model
Microscopic Theory of Superconductivity
Superconductors: Electrodynamics and Tunneling
Vortex States
Josephson Effects
GinzburgLandau Theory
Superfluidity in T3He
Superfluidity and Superconductivity in Other Systems
HighTemperature Superconductivity
References
Appendices
Index




Problems on Statistical Mechanics  D.A.R.Dalvit 
Author 
D.A.R. Dalvit J. Frastai


Cover Price : Rs 2,995.00

Imprint : IOP Publishing ISBN : 9780750305204 YOP : 2015

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 286 CD : No


This series of books in physics and related subjects is designed to meet the needs of graduate students. Although not primarily research texts, the books point out the direction which research is currently taking and where it is expected to lead. They therefore serve as introductory surveys for research students, who might otherwise be faced with the formidable task of acquainting themselves with a research topic by reading sophisticated research texts.
A thorough understanding of statistical mechanics depends strongly on the insights and manipulative skills that are acquired through the solving of problems. This book provides over 120 problems with model solutions, illustrating both basic principles and applications ranging from solidstate physics to cosmology. Advanced undergraduate and graduate students of physics and teachers of statistical mechanics couses, will find here an invaluable source of interesting problems to complement those found in standard textbooks.
An introductory chapter provides a summary of the basic concepts and results that are needed to tackle the problems, and also serves to establish the notation that is used throughout the book. The problems themselves occupy five further chapters, in which readers are invited to develop their understanding progressively from the simpler aspects of thermodynamics and equilibrium statistical ensembles to the more challenging ideas associated with strongly interacting systems and nonequilibrium processes. Comprehensive solutions to all of the problems are designed to illustrate efficient and elegant problemsolving techniques. Where appropriate, they incorporate extended discussions of the points of principle that arise in the course of the solutions. Finally an appendix provides a useful miscellany of mathematical formulae.
Contents
Preface
Introduction
Thermodynamics
Statistical Ensembles
Quantum Statistics
Interacting Systems
Nonequilibrium Methods and Transport Processes
Appendix, Useful Formulae 



Introduction to Gauge Field Theory  D. Bailin 
Author 
D. Bailin Alexander Love


Cover Price : Rs 3,995.00

Imprint : T & F / Routledge ISBN : 9780750302814 YOP : 2015

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 380 CD : No


This is a revised edition of the popular text for postgraduate students on Feynman's path integral treatment of gauge theories. There is a new section on instantons and axions, and calculations have been updated to make use of the more precise values of gauge coupling constants now available.
The chapters arc basically of the same structure but minor corrections have been made and new material added. Firstly the groundwork is laid with an introduction to classical field theory and the concept of the path integral in nonrelativistic quantum mechanics. The path integral formalism is then applied to the quantum field theory of a scalar field. Next the Feynman rules and the methods needed to calculate scattering amplitudes arc developed, and the idea of renormalisation is introduced. The formalism is then extended to the quantum field theory of fermions which requires path integrals to be evaluated over Grassmann variables. The stage is now set for a discussion of gauge field theories in both the Abelian and nonAbclian cases. There is a detailed treatment of quantum electrodynamics and quantum chromodynamics with emphasis on asymptotic freedom in QCD and here several calculations have been reworked. The elctroweak theory is treated after the concept of spontaneous symmetry breaking has been introduced. In this chapter new material on a classical gauge field configuration which is not a spontaneously broken gauge symmetry is given and instantons and axions arc introduced. The possiblity that one day a single theory might unify quantum chromodynamics and electroweak theory is discussed in a chapter on grand unified theories where again calculations have been updated. Finally, there is an introduction to field theory at finite temperatures, which has applications in cosmology, especially in the first few moments of the universe after the big bang. Throughout the text there are problems to assist readers in developing their understanding of the subject and problems have been added to cover the new material.
This books assumes a knowledge of relativistic quantum mechanics but none of quantum field theory. It provides an invaluable introduction to the path integral approach to relativistic quantum field theories.
Contents
Path integrals. Path integrals in nonrelativistic quantum mechanics. Classical field theory. Quantum field theory of a scalar field. Scattering amplitudes. Feynman rules for theory. Renormalisation of theory. Quantum field theory with fermions. Gauge field theory. Feynman rules for quantum chromodynamics and quantum electrodynamics. Renormalisation of QCD and QED at oneloop order. QCD and asymptotic freedom. Spontaneous symmetry breaking. Feynman rules for electroweak theory. Renormalisation of electroweak theory. Grand unified theory. Field theories at finite temperature. Appendices. Index.




Supersymmetric Gauge Field Theory and String Theory  D.Balin 

Cover Price : Rs 3,995.00

Imprint : T & F / Routledge ISBN : 9780750302678 YOP : 2015

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 334 CD : No


SUPERSYMMETRY ALGEBRA AND MULTIPLETS
Introduction
Dirac, Weyl and Mujorana Spinors
Simple supersymmetry algebra
Supersymmetry multiplets
Supersymmetric free field theory
Extended supersymmetry
Exercises
References
LAGRANGIANS FOR CHIRAL SUPERFIELDS
Introduction
Superfield representations of the supersymmetry algebra
Expansion of chiral superfield in component fields
Products of chiral superfields
Renormalisable supersymmetric Lagrangians for chiral superfields
Feynman rules for chiral supermultiplets
Mass and coupling constant renormalisation
Nonrenormalisation theories
Spontaneous supersymmetry breaking
Fterm supersymmetry breaking
References
Exercises
LAGRANGIANS FOR VECTOR SUPERFIELDS
Introduction
The vector superfield
Supersymmetric gauge invariance
Spontaneously broken gauge invariance
Dterm supersymmetry breaking
Supersymmetric nonAbeldian gauge theories
Supersymmetric electroweak theory
Renormalisation group equation
Exercises
References
PURE SUPERGRAVITY
Introduction
The Noether procedure
Globally supersymmetric Lagrangian for the supergravity multiplet
Locally supersymmetric Lagrangian for the supergravity multiplet
Exercises
References
COUPLING OF SUPERGRAVITY TO MATTER
Introduction
Supergravity Lagrangian for the WessZumino model
General supergravity Lagrangian for chiral supermultiplets
General supergravity Lagrangian including vector supermultiplets
Spontaneous supersymmetry breaking in supergravity
SuperHiggs mechanism and gravitino mass
Hidden sector supersymmetry breaking
Supersymmetry breaking by gaugino condensate
Supersymmetry breaking effects in the observable sector
No scale supergravity
Exercises
References
SUPERGRAVITY GRAND UNIFIED THEORIES
Hierarchy problem
Minimal SU(5) supergravity GUT
Renormalisation group equations
Charginos and neutralinos
Experimental signatures
Proton decay
Exercises
References
THE BOSONIC STRING
Introduction
The bosonic string action
Equations of motion and covariant gauges
Mode expansions and quantisation
Virasoro algebra and masses of states for the closed string
Virasoro algebra and masses of states for the open string
Light cone gauge
Low lying string states
Path integral quantisation
Exercises
References
THE SUPERSTRING
Introduction
The superstring action
Equations of motion and covariant gauge
Mode expansions and quantisation
Supervirasoro algebra for the closed string
Closed superstring ground states and superconformal anomalies
Light cone gauge
Superstring states, GSO projections and spacetime supersymmetry
Other formulations of the superstring
Exercises
References
THE HETEROTIC STRING
Introduction
Mode expansions and quantisation
Compactification of the bosonic string on a circle
Compactification of the heterotic string on a torus
Fermionisation and bosonisation
Fermionic formulation of the compactified heterotic string
COMPACTIFICATION OF TEN DIMENSIONAL HETEROTIC STRING TO FOUR DIMENSIONS
Introduction
Toroidal compactifications
Orbifold compactifications
The untwisted sector of the Z^[3 orbifold
The twisted sector of the Z^[3 orbifold
Wilson lines
CalabiYau manifolds
Exercises
References
DIRECT CONSTRUCTION OF FOUR DIMENSIONAL HETEROTIC STRING THEORIES
Introduction
Modular invariance and partition function
Partition functions and GSO projections
Four dimensional heterotic string theories
Semirealistic four dimensional models
Exercises
References
SUPERSTRING INTERACTIONS
Introduction
Bosonic string vertex operators and conformal dimensions
Bosonic open string scattering amplitudes
Bosonic closed string amplitudes
Superstring vertex operator
Superstring scattering amplitudes
Review of further developments
References
Exercises
Appendices
Index




Digital Fourier Analysis: Advanced Techniques 

Cover Price : Euro 49.99

Imprint : Springer ISBN : 9781493911264 YOP : 2015

Binding : Paperback Total Pages : 192 CD : No


This textbook is a thorough, accessible introduction to advanced digital Fourier analysis for advanced undergraduate and graduate students. Assuming knowledge of the Fast Fourier Transform, this book covers advanced topics including the Hilbert transform, cepstrum analysis, and the twodimensional Fourier transform.
Saturated with clear, coherent illustrations, "Digital Fourier Analysis  Advanced Techniques" includes practice problems and thorough Appendices. As a central feature, the book includes interactive applets (available online) that mirror the illustrations. These userfriendly applets animate concepts interactively, allowing the user to experiment with the underlying mathematics. The applet source code in Visual Basic is provided online, enabling advanced students to tweak and change the programs for more sophisticated results.
A complete, intuitive guide, "Digital Fourier Analysis  Advanced Techniques" is an essential reference for students in science and engineering.
Contents
1. Convolution 2. Correlation 3. CrossSpectrum Method 4. Cepstrum Analysis 5. Hilbert Transform 6. TwoDimensional Transform, Appendix, References, Answers, Index




Nuclear and Particle Physics  Vimal Kumar Jain 

Cover Price : Rs 1,695.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789384726188 YOP : 2016

Binding : Hardback Total Pages : 370 CD : No


About the Book
The book Nuclear and Particle Physics is an introductory text for undergraduate and postgraduate students of physics. The book contains fifteen chapters and each chapter is provided with objective type questions, solved examples and exercises.
The text has been presented in a simple manner that helps student to grasp the subject matter easily. The students will find a fair amount of detail in the examples and derivation given in the text. The book deals with the size, shape and properties of nuclei, electric and magnetic moments, radioactivity and radioactive decays, nuclear models, nuclear reactions including fission and fusion, nuclear detectors. Elementary particles and their classification, quark model, standard model are also briefly discussed
Contents :
Preface
Introduction
Elements of Quantum Mechanics
3. Basic Nuclear Properties
4. Liquid Drop Model and SemiEmpirical Mass Formula
5. Nuclear Models
6. Radioactivity
7. Alpha Decay
8. Beta Decay
9. Gamma Decay
10. Two Nucleon Problem and Nuclear Force
11. Nuclear Reactions
12. Fission and Fusion
13. Nuclear Detectors
14. Elementary Particles
15. Quark Model
Solved Examples
Objective Type Questions
Exercises
Bibliography
Index
About the Author
Dr. Vimal Kumar Jain, Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, received his Ph.D. from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur in 1977. He is former Professor and Head of Physics Department at Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak. He was a Professor of Applied Science in P.D.M. College of Engineering, Bahadurgarh, Professor and Head of ECE Department, Vidya College of Engineering, Meerut. At present he is Professor of Physics, IIMT Engineering College, Meerut. He was a Visiting Professor at Instituto de Fisica, Universidad Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is working in the field of electron paramagnetic resonance and published four review articles and more than hundred research papers in National and International Journals. He supervised the research work of several M.Phil. and Ph.D. students and worked on various sponsored research projects. He has authored books on Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy, Classical Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics, Solid State Physics and Laser Systems and Applications.




Mathematical Physics with Applications, Problems and Solutions  V. Balakrishnan 

Cover Price : Rs 2,495.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN : 9789386761118 YOP : 2018

Binding : Hardback Size : 7.00” X 9.50” Total Pages : 878 CD : No


About the Book:
This book gives a comprehensive account of mathematical physics, assigning a prominent role to the applications of the relevant mathematics to specific parts of physics ranging overfluid mechanics, electromagnetic theory, special relativity, quantum mechanics, quantum optics, random processes, linear response theory, scattering theory, and so on. Rather than emphasising formal proofs of propositions, the results are motivated, stated, elaborated and remarked upon. Their interrelationships and connections are brought out, and several of their applications are discussed in some detail. There are about 370 exercises and problems interspersed in the text itself at appropriate junctures, so as to facilitate the logical flow of the material without interruption. Wherever applicable, solutions to the problems, or answers with hints as to how to arrive at them, along with relevant remarks, are given at the end of each chapter. This book can also be used as a wideranging and fairly selfcontained text for selfstudy, and will be well received by students of physics at all levels (senior undergraduate, masters and doctoral), as well as those who are now teachers of the subject.
Contents:
1. Warming up: Functions of a real variable 2. Gaussian integrals, Stirlings formula, & some integrals 3. Some more functions 4. Generalized functions 5. Vectors and tensors 6. Vector calculus 7. A bit of fluid dynamics 8. Some more vector calculus 9. A bit of electromagnetism and special relativity 10. Linear vector spaces 11. A look at matrices 12. More about matrices 13. Infinitedimensional vector spaces 14. Linear operators on a vector space 15. Operator algebras and identities 16. Orthogonal polynomials 17. Fourier series 18. Fourier integrals 19. Discrete probability distributions 20. Continuous probability distributions 21. Stochastic processes 22. Analytic functions of a
complex variable 23. More on analytic functions 24. Linear response and analyticity 25. Analytic continuation and the gamma function 26. Multivalued functions and integral representations 27. Mobius transformations 28. Laplace transforms 29. Green function for the Laplacian operator 30. The diffusion equation 31. The wave equation 32. Integral equations, Bibliography & Further Reading, Index.
About the Author:
V. Balakrishnan joined the Indian Institute of Technology Madras as a professor of physics in 1980, and retired as Professor Emeritus in 2013. He was educated at the University of Delhi and Brandeis University, USA, from where he got his PhD in theoretical particle physics in 1970. He joined IIT Madras after working for a decade at TIFR (Mumbai) and RRC, DAE (Kalpakkam). His research interests have spanned many areas over the years, including particle physics, manybody theory, condensed matter physics, stochastic processes, quantum dynamics, nonlinear dynamics and chaos. He has published numerous research papers in these areas and a number of popular pedagogic articles. He has coauthored a monograph titled Beyond the Crystalline State and authored a monograph titled Elements of Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics. Over nearly four decades, Dr. Balakrishnan has taught a wide variety of extremely popular courses at the undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels, comprising all the standard subjects in physics, as well as some new, nontraditional ones. He has received high accolades for his teaching at I IT Madras, and his lectures at numerous courses sponsored by the UGC, DST (SERC) and ICTP (Trieste, Italy) have been wellreceived by their attendees. His video lecture courses under the auspices of the NPTEL programme of the HRD Ministry (available on YouTube) have received very high acclaim. Dr. Balakrishnan has held visitin • •ositions at several institutions abroad. He is a Fellow of the Indian Academ of Sciences.



