
Differential Geometry and Relativity
Category :General Relativity
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5699
Contents: Introduction; Curves; Gauss Curvature; Surfaces in E3; First Fundamental Form; Second Fundamental Form; The Gauss Curvature in Detail; Geodesics; The Curvature Tensor and the Theorema Egregi . . . . . 
Quantum Mechanics
Category :Quantum Mechanics
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5683
Contents: Quantum Mechanics; Mathematical Foundations; Quantum Measurements; Dynamics and Symmetries; Approximation Methods; Quantum Information Processing; Quantum Information Theory. 
Mathematical methods for physicists: A concise introduction
Category :Methods of Mathematical Physics
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5680
 This text is designed for an intermediatelevel, twosemester undergraduate course
in mathematical physics. It provides an accessible account of most of the current,
important mathematical tools req . . . . . 

Introduction to Statics and Dynamics
Category :Mechanics
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 The story of this book: We wrote a book because we didn't like the available texts. We talked to about 10 textbook authors before we started writing. They all advised against it: more work than you w . . . . . 

Introduction to electronic structure calculations
Category :Solid State Physics
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List of contents: Review of the basics of quantum mechanics, The BornOppenheimer approximation, Diatomic molecules, Hartree and HartreeFock approximations, Semiempirical methods, Tightbinding app . . . . . 
Tensors and Relativity
Category :Relativity
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Contents: The Special Theory of Relativity; Vectors in Special Relativity; Tensors in Special Relativity; Application of Tensors in Special Relativity; Conceptual Basis of General Relativity; Curved S . . . . . 
The Elements of Mechanics
Category :Advanced Mechanics
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In my opinion the best book of mechanics I never read. Contents: Phenomenic Reality and models;Qualitative Aspects of OneDimensional Motion; Systems with Many Degrees of Freedom. Theory of the
cons . . . . . 
Classical Electrodynamics
Category :Electricity and Megnetism
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5368
 Contents: The static limit; Electrodynamics; Macroscopic electrodynamics; Relativistic invariance; Appendix. 

Computational Physics II
Category :Computational Physics
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5367
Contents: 1. Molecular Dynamics;
2. The Nbody Problem;
3. Monte Carlo Methods;
4. Quantum Monte Carlo;
5. Multigrid Methods;
6. Complex Systems;
7. Fluid Dynamics. 
Molecular Dynamics Simulations
Category :Molecular Dynamics
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5339
A tutorial introduction to the technique of Molecular Dynamics (MD) is given, and some characteristic examples of applications are described. The purpose and scope of these simulations and the relatio . . . . . 
Classical Mechanics: An introductory course
Category :Mechanics
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5290
 A complete set of lecture notes for an lowerdivision classical mechanics course. Topics covered include onedimensional motion, threedimensional motion, Newton's laws of motion, energy and momentum . . . . . 

Heat and Thermodynamics
Category :Thermodynamics
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5271
Contents: Introductory Remarks; Partial Derivatives; Temperature; Thermal Conduction; Thermodynamic Processes; Properties of Gases; The First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics; Heat Capacity, and the . . . . . 
Fields
Category :Quatum Field Theory
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5235
This is a free comprehensive textbook on quantum (and classical) field theory. The approach is pragmatic, rather than traditional or artistic. For more details, including download information and erra . . . . . 
Path Integral, in Quantum Mechanics, Statistics, Polymer Physics
Category :Polymers
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5208
 Contents: * Fundamentals
* Path Integrals — Elementary Properties and Simple Solutions
* External Sources, Correlations, and Perturbation Theory
* Semiclassical Time Evolution Ampl . . . . . 

Further Mathematical Methods
Category :Methods of Mathematical Physics
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 Contents: Classification of partial differential equations; Boundary and Initial Conditions; Fourier Series; Separation of variables on rectangular domains; D’Alembert’s solution to the wave equation; . . . . . 
