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Eisberg R. This tendency, or its inverse for the antiparallel case, is one of the recurring themes in quantum physics explanations of the properties of atoms, molecules, solids, nuclei, and particles.

All rights reserved. Published simultaneously in Canada. Reproduction or translation of any part of this work beyond that permitted by Sections and of the United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful. Quantum physics of atoms, molecules, solids, nuclei, and particles. Includes index. Quantum theory. Title, QC E34 In preparing it, we solicited suggestions from the instructors that we knew to be using the book in their courses and also from some that we knew were not, in order to determine their objections to the book.

The wide acceptance of the first edition made it possible for us to obtain a broad sampling of thought concerning ways to make the second edition more useful. We were not able to act on all the suggestions that were re- ceived, because some were in conflict with others or were impossible to carry out for technical reasons.

But we certainly did respond to the general consensus of these suggestions. Many users of the first edition felt that new topics, typically more sophisticated aspects of quantum mechanics such as perturbation theory, should be added to the book. Yet others said that the level of the first edition was well suited to the course they teach and that it should not be changed. We decided to try to satisfy both groups by adding material to the new edition in the form of new appendices, but to do it in such a way as to maintain the decoupling of the appendices and the text that characterized the original edition.

The more advanced appendices are well inte- grated in the text but it is a one-way, not two-way, integration. A student reading one of these appendices will find numerous references to places in the text where the development is motivated and where its results are used. On the other hand, a student who does not read the appendix because he is in a lower level course will not be frustrated by many references in the text to material contained in an appendix he does not use.

Instead, he will find only one or two brief parenthetical statements in the text advising him of the existence of an optional appendix that has a bearing on the subject dealt with in the text. Problem sets have been added to the ends of many of the appendices, both old and new.

We were very fortunate to have secured the services of Professor David Caldwell of the University of California, Santa Barbara, to write the new material in Chapters 17 and 18, as well as Appendix R.

Only a person who has been totally immersed in research in particle physics could have done what had to be done to produce a brief but understandable treatment of what has happened in that field in recent years. Furthermore, since Caldwell is a colleague of the senior author, it was easy to have the interaction required to be sure that this new material was closely integrated into the earlier parts of the book, both in style and in content.

Professor Richard Christman, of the U. Coast Guard Academy, wrote the new material in Section , Section , and Appendix Q, receiving significant input from the authors. We are very pleased with the results.

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