QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS LANDAU PDF
Vol 4 - Landau, Lifshitz - Quantum Electrodynamics (2ed., Pergamon, )( ISBN s - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online for free. electrodynamics, and so on, and in that respect they belong in other volumes of the . example of the use of quasi-classical methods in quantum mechanics. I am a big fan of the Landau book on Classical mechanics, but this one doesn't come anywhere near the clarity presented in that text. The notation in the book is .
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LANDAU. LIFSHITZ. Quantum Mechanics. Non-relativistic Theory. Second edition, revised and enlarged ELECTRODYNAMICS OF CONTINUOUS MEDIA . Their treatment of Landau Ginzberg theory is much better than any other 1 and 2 (Mechanics and Electrodynamics and Quantum Mechanics. 3rd edition. Vol. 4. RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM THEORY (published in two parts) Mechanics and Electrodynamics. Vol. 2. L. D. LANDAU AND E. M. LIFSHITZ.
Oh well, I'll listen to some Black Sabbath to console myself Found it! EDIT 2: Comprehensive search link for Vol 1 through Vol 8. This is fantastic, but why are they available on The Internet Archive? I wouldn't have thought the copyright would have expired on them. Is this something to do with having been published in the USSR?
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Good question, it doesn't seem like they'd be out of copyright. Bell assisted with the English translation! I'd never noticed that before There'd also be a copyright on the cover design and typesetting and that, although that likely has expired as it seems the UK term for that is 25 years.
Perhaps they got permission from the publisher, but given that it's c Pergamon Press, which is now owned by Elsevier, the commercial journal publishers ergo: I've done a bit of work with the Archive, and I can nearly guarantee that they do not have permission to host these materials. That being said, they do have certain privileges as one of the few private libraries in the US. More importantly, they have have really good lawyers.
This last bit is really important when you realize that the Archive's goal is to make a copy of everything available to everyone, regardless of its copyright status their slogan is still 'Universal access to all knowledge'. They don't go out of their way to host copyrighted materials, but they certainly don't go out of their way to remove it either.
Except the second Statistical Physics Vol 9 and later ones. Their treatment of Landau Ginzberg theory is much better than any other stat mech books I could find go figure. The only reason I know all of this is I had to make up half a semester on this stuff for a final today.
I did not want to make a new thread, and this seemed like an appropriate thread to ask this: I was interested in seeing if they'd be easier to learn from before tackling the full set of texts, however I can only find a few amazon links which leave me with little confidence as to what I will receive if I do order them, along with some links to, what I presume, is a Russian version of the first volume, along with a complete lack of information as to how they compare to the full volume version of these texts.
Any information on where I could find them or whether they are worth even looking for would be greatly appreciated. Sorry if this post is out of place!
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I'd never noticed that before There'd also be a copyright on the cover design and typesetting and that, although that likely has expired as it seems the UK term for that is 25 years. Podolsky, arXiv Reed and B. Image-only posts should be on-topic and should promote discussion. E-mail: pouranvari dot m at gmail dot com. I did not want to make a new thread, and this seemed like an appropriate thread to ask this: Submit a new link.