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George Greenstein and Arthur G. Zajonc present the puzzles of quantum mechanics using vivid references to contemporary experiments. The authors focus on the most striking and conceptually significant quantum phenomena, together with a clear theoretical treatment of each. The depth and extent of the challenge of quantum mechanics become increasingly compelling as they move from the simplest experiments involving single photons or particles, to the famous Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen effect and Bell's Theorem, and then to macroscopic quantum phenomena.
|3||The uncertainty principle||45|
|5||The EPR paradox and Bell's theorem||123|
|6||Testing Bell's inequalities : entangled states||149|
|9||Quantum information and computation||245|
|App||A bibliography of experiments for the undergraduate laboratory||281|