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Name: Introduction to Groups, Invariants and Particles
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Introduction to Groups, Invariants and Particles

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Introduction to Groups, Invariants & Particles is a book for Seniors and advanced Juniors who are majoring in the Physical Sciences or Mathematics. The book places the subject matter in its historical context with discussions of Galois groups, algebraic invariants, Lie groups and differential equations, presented at a level that is not the standard fare for students majoring in the Physical Sciences. A sound mathematical basis is thereby provided for the study of special unitary groups and their applications to Particle Physics. ISBN: 9781616100421

Author/Creator (Digital Rights Manager)

Professor Frank Firk

Author/Creator (Digital Rights Manager) Details

fwkfirk@aol.com

Creator

Firk, Frank W. K.

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Author

Availabiltiy of WebAssign Ancillaries

No

Publication/Creation date

2000

Keywords

Galois groups, algebraic invariants, Some Invariants of Physics, Concrete and Abstract groups, Lie’s Differential Equation, Infinitesimal Rotations, Angular Momentum Operators, Lie’s Continuous Transformation Groups, Properties of n-Variable, r-Parameter Lie Groups, Matrix Representations of Groups, Lie Groups of Transformations, Group Structure of Lorentz …

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Unknown

Language

en-US

OGT+ Book

Yes

Requirement Name

Adobe Reader

Interactivity type

Expositive

Learning resource type

Diagram, Figure, Graph, Narrative text, Textbook

Educational context

Higher Education

ERIC Thesaurus Terms

Physics

FL Statewide Course Numbers (Higher Ed)

MAS 396 - TOPICS IN ALGEBRA I, MAP 505 - MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS I, MAP 506 - MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS II

GEM Subjects Terms (K-12)

Science / Physics

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This work is in the Public Domain see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/publicdomain/

The person or persons who have associated work with this public domain declaration document (the "Dedicator" or "Certifier") hereby either (a) certifies that, to the best of his knowledge, the work of authorship identified is in the public domain of the country from …

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