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What is Quantum Mechanics? A Physics Adventure comprehensively traces the historical development of quantum mechanics, treating a complex subject in a light-hearted, user-friendly manner. It not only introduces the reader to the concepts of quantum mechanics, but also tells the story behind the theories. It is easy to understand for beginners because it was written by people going through the learning process themselves. Yet, even the seasoned scientist will enjoy the controversy and drama as the development of physics unfolds in the book.
Dr. Yoichiro Nambu, 2008 Nobel Prize Winner in Physics, served as a senior adviser to the student authors of What is Quantum Mechanics? A Physics Adventure at the Transnational College of LEX throughout their journey of discovery.
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The Transnational College of LEX (TCL) in Tokyo, Japan, is a research institute run by the Hippo Family Club, an organization dedicated to the natural acquisition of many languages and to cultural exchange programs. At TCL the subjects of study are the natural science of language and humanity. The students at TCL approach mathematics, physics, biology, and other subjects from a viewpoint that transcends disciplines. They are especially interested in investigating how humans acquire language and in developing a natural learning environment. TCL students gather information, research, and discover together. They are aided by Senior Fellows, experts in their fields who are invited to speak about topics of interest in their own research.Language Notes:
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: Japanese
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Book Description Language Research Foundation, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0964350416
Book Description Language Research Foundation, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110964350416