Quantum Physics for Beginners By Dean Sommers
- Narrated by: Derik Hendrickson
- Length: 3 hrs and 27 mins
- Release date: 02-01-22
Quantum Physics for Beginners AudioBook Summary
Are you fascinated by the laws of nature, quantum physics, and its basic concepts that seem meaningless?
This book serves as a guide that explains, in a simple way, some key ideas pertaining to quantum mechanics. It further discusses the works of Leonard Susskind, a physicist, and Art Friedman, a data engineer, who devised quantum theory.
Quantum mechanics is a field that attempts to understand the behavior of subatomic objects using mathematical notions.
The book explains uncertainty and time dependence by further elaborating on the principles of quantum states. It also describes the entanglement of particle and wave states, thereby offering interested listeners the possibility of understanding physics at a slower tempo.
This book discusses the following topics:
- What is quantum physics?
- Father of quantum entanglement
- Young’s double slit experiment
- Illustrated examples
- Illustrated theories
- Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle
- Einstein’s theory of relativity
- EPR paradox in physics
- Quantum theory and its evolution
- Quantum computing
This guide on quantum theory has been written to simplify quantum physics for non-physicists. Despite being a particularly complex subject, listeners are sure to benefit immensely from understanding scientific subjects and concepts that are as intriguing as quantic mechanics.