# Tagged Questions

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### Self Study Textbook Progression from Griffiths QM to QFT? [duplicate]

Hello Physics StackExchange! I will put the TL;DR in the beginning: I need a self contained, relatively hand-holding sequence of textbooks that covers up from the end of Griffith's Intro to QM to ...
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### Self Study Textbook Progression from QM to QFT? [duplicate]

Hello Physics StackExchange! I will put the TL;DR in the beginning: I need a self contained, relatively hand-holding sequence of textbooks that covers up from the end of Griffith's Intro to QM to ...
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### Start learning Math for all my Physics [duplicate]

I know Physics but I don't know Math for this physics. Let me explain. When I say I know physics I mean I know stuff like Einsteins Special & General Relativity, Time Dilation, Gravitational ...
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### Change of coordinates [duplicate]

this year I finished off my course of Physics I (the first general physics) at my university and we had a lot of exercises to do where in order to complete them I had to change the system coordinates, ...
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### Baryons annihilation

I was wondering if there is a way of calculate the annihilation cross section for two baryons, say $p\bar p\to\pi\pi$ or $p\bar p\to\gamma\gamma$. The problem here is that we cannot use the usual ...
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### History of Renormalization Group

I want to study from an historical point of view the renormalization group (starting from statistical mechanics). Are there any historical (but also technical) books about this? Thanks.
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### Best introductory astrophysics book recommendation for amateurs [duplicate]

pls try to suggest small books :)
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### Book on Noether theorem and classical field theory

I couldn't follow the derivation of Noether theorem in my QFT book, and have some problems with classical field theory and functional derivatives etc. Is there a book which gives an introduction to ...
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### What are good references for learning about Biophysics at graduate level?

I am graduating this year on both Physics and Mathematics and I want to pursue a career in research, more concretely I want to study Biophysics. I've been recommended Boal's Mechanics of the Cell and ...
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### A book containing a large subset of known exact solutions to the EFEs

I am looking for a good book which contains the known exact solutions to the EFEs. A "library" of sorts. I am aware that it's not really possible to get all of them in a single book, but at least one ...
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### What is a good software for Ideal Gas simulation?

I am looking for a software that simulates the microscopic behavior of an ideal gas, something like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEFHkcx2cz0 (unfortunately this program is not openly available)...
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### References on particle cooling

I am looking for references on the topic of particle and mechanical oscillators cooling, in particular: Doppler cooling Resolved sideband cooling and Lamb-Dicke regime Stokes and anti-stokes modes ...
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### Sources for black hole geodesic orbits

I am looking for good sources that discuss both Kerr and Schwarzschild particle orbits (geodesics). Most sources write down the geodesic equations, constants of motion and the Hamiltonian, but do not ...
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I need to study non-uniform magnetisation and the only book where I found this was Berkeley Physics Course Vol.2. Is there other book's options to this issue?
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### Calculus/Vector Calculus and so on in special relativity book recommandation

I want to learn calculus 1,2,3 vector calculus, analysis and so on in special relativity. But I never found a good and clear book/source on it. Can someone recommend an easy book or internet source on ...
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### TQFT lectures with exercises

I'm interested in topological quantum field theory and study works of Witten and others by myself. Does anybody know where can I find any good exercises in this subject? By "good" I mean something ...
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### Quark axial-vector current in nucleion

In almost all direct detection articles (see for example Jungman, G., Kamionkowski, M. & Griest, K., 1996. Supersymmetric dark matter) I found the following parametrization for the matrix element ...
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### Resources for algebraic topology in condensed matter physics

I wanted to know if anyone had any good introductions on algebraic topology for the theoretical physicist? I am particularly interested in applications to condensed matter physics, but would be happy ...
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### Which is a good and short book for foundations of quantum mechanics? [duplicate]

I am looking for a book that has stuff on quantum states, entanglement, etc. I am aware of the book, Geometry of Quantum States. I have read Ballentine's book, Quantum Mechanics: A modern development
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### References for the non-Abelian gauge covariant Laplace equation?

Is there a standard reference which discusses solutions to the non-Abelian gauge covariant Laplace equation $D_{\mu} D^{\mu} \phi = 0$, where $D_{\mu} \phi = \partial_{\mu} + ig[A_{\mu}, \phi]$? Note ...
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### Simulation software for wave optics

I am using COMSOL multiphysics Optics module for wave optics simulations and I am wondering if there is better simulation software for wave optics simulations (no multiphysics needed). Like software ...
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### References on Current Algebra

Although current algebra is out of usage from what I hear, I think I see lots of papers (especially dealing with strong interactions) with transition amplitude written with the currents (this is based ...
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### What is the highest velocity recorded in a galaxy/galaxy cluster collision?

I understand the current estimates for the Bullet Cluster to be about $4,500 km s^{-1}$. I'm having trouble finding a definitive source, though, on the maximum peculiar velocity ever observed.
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### Textbooks to teach myself physics [duplicate]

I'm currently studying mathematics in Switzerland and only have a couple hours of General Physics a week. I would like to teach myself physics at a more advanced level but I don't know what textbooks ...
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### Graduate level orbital mechanics book

I recently finished an undergraduate course in classical mechanics and really enjoyed the subject, particularly the sections regarding the mechanics of orbits. I am considering pursuing a graduate ...
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### Book recommendation for self study of General relativity [duplicate]

I am a second year Chemical Engineering student. However out of interest I wish to learn General theory of relativity. Can anyone please suggest some books for learning this subject?
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### OPE of two quasi-primaries involves only other quasi-primaries and their derivatives

From Blumenhagen and Plauschinn Introduction to Conformal Field Theory, 2009: "The proof that the OPE of two quasi-primary fields involves indeed just other quasi-primary fields and their ...
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### Elementary introduction to (quantum) hall effect

Where can I find an elementary introduction to classical and quantum hall effect? Only physics I know is some basic quantum mechanics, EM and statistical physics. My goal eventually is to understand ...
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### Can some one introduce me a problem book about solitons?

Can some one introduce me a problem book about solitons?
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### Is there an online course in Mathematical Methods for Physics, Covering Matrices and Vector Analysis? [duplicate]

I am taking a course in Mathematical Methods for physicsPhysics (Junior Level). We are working from > Mathematical Methods for physicists, George B.Arfken . I just need online resources ...
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### Fluid motion videos [duplicate]

I am looking for references to papers and research problems involving fluid mechanics, and in particular animal/plant/bacteria locomotion, that could be illustrated by showing a video like these. It's ...
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### QFT with fixed boundary conditions

I am looking for references on the formulation of QFTs with fixed boundary conditions for the fields (typically $\phi(0)=\phi(L)=0$), and especially how to construct the corresponding perturbative ...
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### Search strategies in Material Science

Material scientists often search for new materials with engineered properties. If, for example, you have a set of doped semiconducting materials with different doping levels, and you aim for maximal ...
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### Taylor vs Goldstein [duplicate]

I'm trying to select a mechanics book for self-study. I have some math background (linear algebra and calculus among other things) and I want to pick a book that won't skip over the math. I would ...
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