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Author Henri-Rousseau, Olivier.
Title Quantum oscillators / Olivier Henri-Rousseau and Paul Blaise.
Imprint Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, 2011.

Author Henri-Rousseau, Olivier.
Subject Harmonic oscillators.
Spectrum analysis.
Wave mechanics.
Hydrogen bonding.
Alt Name Blaise, Paul.
Wiley InterScience (Online service)
Description 1 online resource
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Contents Frontmatter -- Color Plates -- Basis Required for Quantum Oscillator Studies. Basic Concepts Required for Quantum Mechanics -- Basis for Quantum Approaches of Oscillators -- Quantum Mechanics Representations -- Simple Models Useful for Quantum Oscillator Physics -- Single Quantum Harmonic Oscillators. Energy Representation for Quantum Harmonic Oscillator -- Coherent States and Translation Operators -- Boson Operator Theorems -- Phase Operators and Squeezed States -- Anharmonicity. Anharmonic Oscillators -- Oscillators Involving Anharmonic Couplings -- Oscillator Populations in Thermal Equilibrium. Dynamics of a Large Set of Coupled Oscillators -- Density Operators for Equilibrium Populations of Oscillators -- Thermal Properties of Harmonic Oscillators -- Quantum Normal Modes of Vibration. Quantum Electromagnetic Modes -- Quantum Modes in Molecules and Solids -- Damped Harmonic Oscillators. Damped Oscillators -- Vibrational Spectroscopy. Applications to Oscillator Spectroscopy -- Appendix -- Index.
Summary "Quantum Oscillators is a valuable source of information and an excellent supplementary text in courses on spectroscopy of hydrogen-bonded systems, one of the unsolved problems of science. This reference provides a reasonable and accessible entrance to the difficult subject of nonequilibrium quantum mechanics and is a timely update of classical works while, at the same time, providing a comprehensive treatment of hydrogen bonding. Also included is an appendix that summarizes mathematical concepts needed to understand the basis of the theory"-- Provided by publisher.
"The book is divided into four parts. The first part is devoted to the concepts of quantum mechanics the knowledge of which is necessary for a good understanding of the dynamics of quantum oscillator which may be damped, and deals with time independent quantum mechanics and time dependent quantum mechanics"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781118018033 (electronic bk.)
1118018036 (electronic bk.)
9781118018019 (electronic bk.)
111801801X (electronic bk.)
1283239698
9781283239691
9780470466094
047046609X
ISBN/ISSN 9786613239693
OCLC # 729726211
Additional Format Print version: Henri-Rousseau, Olivier. Quantum oscillators. Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, 2011 9780470466094 (DLC) 2011008577 (OCoLC)694394251


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