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About this Item: Berlin Springer, 1927. (22 x 15,5 cm). VII, 910 S. Mit 258 Abbildungen. Leinwandband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. - "In a series of papers, written alone or with collaborators in Copenhagen and Göttingen, Jordan generalized Dirac's method" (20th Century Physics. I, 208). - Gestempelt. Einband leicht fleckig, sonst gut erhalten. Seller Inventory # 90747-01

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JORDAN, PASCUAL (+) O. KLEIN. - [JORDAN-KLEIN MATRICES]

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About this Item: Berlin, Julius Springer, 1927. 8vo. Entire volume 45 of "Zeitschrift für Physik" bound in a black contemporary half cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Library stamp to free front end-paper. An overall fine and clean copy. Pp. 751-765; 766-775. [Entire volume: VII, (1), 910 pp.]. First publication of Jordan and Klein's influential paper (the first mentioned) which contributed to the close connection between quantum fields and quantum statistics, today known as Jordan-Klein matrices. "Born, Heisenberg, and Jordan had indicated, and Dirac had demonstrated, the close connection between quantum fields and quantum statistics. Second quantization guarantees that photons obey Bose-Einstein statistics. What about other particles which obey Bose-Einstein statistics? The year 1927 was not over before Jordan and Klein addressed this question [in the present paper]." (Pais, Inward bound. p. 338).Jordan and Klein found that "one can quantize just as well the non-relativistic Schroedinger equation. In honor of these contributions the matrices have been named Jordan-Klein matrices." (Ibid. p. 339). The second paper, "Über Wellen und Korpuskeln in der Quantenmechanik", "contained several other formal and mathematical generalizations, but its main practical value is that, in the newly established theory of the 'quantized wave field', the fluctuations in the Bose case now satisfied all requirements following from Einstein's light-quantum treatment of 1924 and 1925." (Mehra, The historical development of quantum theory, 2000, p. 231. Seller Inventory # 45149

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About this Item: Berlin, Julius Springer, 1927. 8vo. Entire volume 45 of "Zeitschrift für Physik" bound in contemporary half cloth with gilt title to spine. Library stamp to title-page. Corners and lower capital bumped, hinges a bit weak. An overall fine and clean copy. Pp. 751-765; 766-775. [Entire volume: VII, (1), 910 pp.]. First publication of Jordan and Klein's influential paper (the first mentioned) which contributed to the close connection between quantum fields and quantum statistics, today known as Jordan-Klein matrices. "Born, Heisenberg, and Jordan had indicated, and Dirac had demonstrated, the close connection between quantum fields and quantum statistics. Second quantization guarantees that photons obey Bose-Einstein statistics. What about other particles which obey Bose-Einstein statistics? The year 1927 was not over before Jordan and Klein addressed this question [in the present paper]." (Pais, Inward bound. p. 338). "Jordan and Klein found that "one can quantize just as well the non-relativistic Schroedinger equation. In honor of these contributions the matrices have been named Jordan-Klein matrices." (ibid. p. 339). "Convinced that the many-body problem in quantum mechanics can be stated correctly only in the context of quantized matter waves ("repeated" or "second" quantization. as it was called later by Léon Rosenfeld), Jordan started working out his ideas together with Wolfgang Pauli. Oskar Klein, and Eugene Wigner. During his stay in Copenhagen in the summer 1927 Jordan established, together with Klein, the first nonrelativistic formalism of second quantization for a system of interacting Bose particles." (DSB).The second paper, "Über Wellen und Korpuskeln in der Quantenmechanik", "contained several other formal and mathematical generalizations, but its main practical value is that, in the newly established theory of the 'quantized wave field', the fluctuations in the Bose case now satisfied all requirements following from Einstein's light-quantum treatment of 1924 and 1925." (Mehra, The historical development of quantum theory, 2000, p. 231. Seller Inventory # 49120

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About this Item: Berlin, Julius Springer, 1927. 8vo. Entire volume 45 of "Zeitschrift für Physik" bound in a red-brown contemporary half cloth with gilt title to spine. Library stamp to title-page. Corners and lower capital bumped, hinges a bit weak. An overall fine and clean copy. Pp. 751-765; 766-775. [Entire volume: VII, (1), 910 pp.]. First publication of Jordan and Klein's influential paper (the first mentioned) which contributed to the close connection between quantum fields and quantum statistics, today known as Jordan-Klein matrices. "Born, Heisenberg, and Jordan had indicated, and Dirac had demonstrated, the close connection between quantum fields and quantum statistics. Second quantization guarantees that photons obey Bose-Einstein statistics. What about other particles which obey Bose-Einstein statistics? The year 1927 was not over before Jordan and Klein addressed this question [in the present paper]." (Pais, Inward bound. p. 338).Jordan and Klein found that "one can quantize just as well the non-relativistic Schroedinger equation. In honor of these contributions the matrices have been named Jordan-Klein matrices." (ibid. p. 339). The second paper, "Über Wellen und Korpuskeln in der Quantenmechanik", "contained several other formal and mathematical generalizations, but its main practical value is that, in the newly established theory of the 'quantized wave field', the fluctuations in the Bose case now satisfied all requirements following from Einstein's light-quantum treatment of 1924 and 1925." (Mehra, The historical development of quantum theory, 2000, p. 231. Seller Inventory # 43609

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