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The supersymmetric Dirac equation : the application to hydrogenic atoms, Allen Hirshfeld
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 The solution of the Dirac equation for an electron in a Coulomb field is systematically treated here by utilizing new insights provided by supersymmetry. It is shown that each of the concepts has its analogue in the nonrelativistic case. Indeed, the nonrelativistic case is developed first, in order to introduce the new concepts in a familiar context. The symmetry of the nonrelativistic model is already present in the classical limit, so the classical Kepler problem is first discussed in order to bring out the role played by the Laplace vector, one of the central concepts of the whole book
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource (xiii, 201 pages)
 Contents

 1. Introduction
 2. The classical Kepler problem. 2.1. Central Forces. 2.2. The Laplace vector
 3. Symmetry of the classical problem. 3.1. Lie groups and Lie algebras. 3.2. Some special Lie algebras. 3.3. Poisson brackets. 3.4. The inverse square law
 4. From solar systems to atoms. 4.1. Rutherford scattering. 4.2. Conservation of the Laplace vector. 4.3. The differential cross section
 5. The Bohr model. 5.1. Spectroscopic series. 5.2. The postulates of the model. 5.3. The predictions of the model. 5.4. Correction for finite nuclear mass
 6. Interpretation of the quantum rules. 6.1. The SommerfeldWilson quantization conditions. 6.2. de Broglie's wave interpretation
 7. Sommerfeld's model for nonrelativistic electrons. 7.1. Assumptions of the model. 7.2. Results of the model for nonrelativistic hydrogen atoms. 7.3. The eccentricity
 8. Quantum mechanics of hydrogenic atoms. 8.1. Quantization. 8.2. Quantum mechanical relation between
 Isbn
 9781848167988
 Label
 The supersymmetric Dirac equation : the application to hydrogenic atoms
 Title
 The supersymmetric Dirac equation
 Title remainder
 the application to hydrogenic atoms
 Statement of responsibility
 Allen Hirshfeld
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 The solution of the Dirac equation for an electron in a Coulomb field is systematically treated here by utilizing new insights provided by supersymmetry. It is shown that each of the concepts has its analogue in the nonrelativistic case. Indeed, the nonrelativistic case is developed first, in order to introduce the new concepts in a familiar context. The symmetry of the nonrelativistic model is already present in the classical limit, so the classical Kepler problem is first discussed in order to bring out the role played by the Laplace vector, one of the central concepts of the whole book
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 Hirshfeld, Allen C
 Dewey number
 530.1209
 Illustrations
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 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QC174.45
 LC item number
 .H57 2012
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

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 Dirac, P. A. M.
 Dirac equation
 Supersymmetry
 Quantum field theory
 Dirac, P. A. M.
 SCIENCE
 Dirac equation
 Quantum field theory
 Supersymmetry
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 The supersymmetric Dirac equation : the application to hydrogenic atoms, Allen Hirshfeld
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 Includes bibliographical references (pages 195198) and index
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 1. Introduction  2. The classical Kepler problem. 2.1. Central Forces. 2.2. The Laplace vector  3. Symmetry of the classical problem. 3.1. Lie groups and Lie algebras. 3.2. Some special Lie algebras. 3.3. Poisson brackets. 3.4. The inverse square law  4. From solar systems to atoms. 4.1. Rutherford scattering. 4.2. Conservation of the Laplace vector. 4.3. The differential cross section  5. The Bohr model. 5.1. Spectroscopic series. 5.2. The postulates of the model. 5.3. The predictions of the model. 5.4. Correction for finite nuclear mass  6. Interpretation of the quantum rules. 6.1. The SommerfeldWilson quantization conditions. 6.2. de Broglie's wave interpretation  7. Sommerfeld's model for nonrelativistic electrons. 7.1. Assumptions of the model. 7.2. Results of the model for nonrelativistic hydrogen atoms. 7.3. The eccentricity  8. Quantum mechanics of hydrogenic atoms. 8.1. Quantization. 8.2. Quantum mechanical relation between
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 794571644
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 Extent
 1 online resource (xiii, 201 pages)
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9781848167988
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 computer
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 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
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 illustrations
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 (OCoLC)794571644
 Label
 The supersymmetric Dirac equation : the application to hydrogenic atoms, Allen Hirshfeld
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (pages 195198) and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents
 1. Introduction  2. The classical Kepler problem. 2.1. Central Forces. 2.2. The Laplace vector  3. Symmetry of the classical problem. 3.1. Lie groups and Lie algebras. 3.2. Some special Lie algebras. 3.3. Poisson brackets. 3.4. The inverse square law  4. From solar systems to atoms. 4.1. Rutherford scattering. 4.2. Conservation of the Laplace vector. 4.3. The differential cross section  5. The Bohr model. 5.1. Spectroscopic series. 5.2. The postulates of the model. 5.3. The predictions of the model. 5.4. Correction for finite nuclear mass  6. Interpretation of the quantum rules. 6.1. The SommerfeldWilson quantization conditions. 6.2. de Broglie's wave interpretation  7. Sommerfeld's model for nonrelativistic electrons. 7.1. Assumptions of the model. 7.2. Results of the model for nonrelativistic hydrogen atoms. 7.3. The eccentricity  8. Quantum mechanics of hydrogenic atoms. 8.1. Quantization. 8.2. Quantum mechanical relation between
 Control code
 794571644
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource (xiii, 201 pages)
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9781848167988
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (OCoLC)794571644
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