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When we hear the term quantum physics, the first thought that comes to our mind is Einstein and his theory of relativity. Of course, it goes without saying that there is much more to quantum physics than that. Physics is an excellent medium of explaining a million different things starting from heating a cup of coffee to gravitational pull. There is no real limit in the discipline of physics. It involves matters that are as huge as the galaxy to things as small as neutrons. This book deals with the smallest side of it, which is the branch of quantum physics.
Throughout the course of this book, you will get a much better understanding of quantum physics starting from the basic concepts to some in-depth information. You will also see a lot of math and calculus in the book since quantum physics uses many concepts from those subjects. Don’t dread reading through even though it might sound dreary and difficult. I don’t intend to scare you with big equations and calculations, as this book will not make you a physicist. The sole aim of this book is to simplify quantum physics for the common man, who has no idea what it entails and how it affects our everyday life.
I have put the text together in a way that should make the subject matter much simpler to understand and maybe interesting to someone who normally hates science. I assure you that by the end you will have learnt more than you normally do by just staring blankly ahead in a classroom. And if you are a curious student, you will definitely know more about quantum physics than before.
In this book you will learn:
What Quantum Physics is
Theories of Matter
The Einstein-Podolsky paradox
Applications of Quantum Physics
And much much more!