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A Modern Primer in Particle and Nuclear Physics£70.00 Francesco Terranova
9780192845245 Suitable for undergraduate and graduate physics students, this unique textbook provides an ideal entry point into particle, nuclear, and astroparticle physics and presents the modern concepts, theories, and experiments that explain the elementary constituents and basic forces of the universe. 

Relativity Made Relatively Easy Volume 2: General Relativity and Cosmology£79.00 Andrew M. Steane
9780192895646 Aimed at advanced undergraduate or graduate physics students, the book aims to give a working understanding of astronomy and gravitational waves, as well as introducing the reader to the key concepts in cosmology and classical field theory. 

Relativity Made Relatively Easy Pack, Volumes 1 and 2 (Paperback): Volume 1: Relativity Made Relatively Easy, Volume 2: General Relativity and Cosmology£55.00 Andrew Steane
9780192856791 This twovolume book is a comprehensive, detailed account of the physics of relativity. While Vol. 1 is an introductory guide to the basics of relativity, Vol. 2 aims to give a working understanding of astronomy and gravitational waves, as well as outlining the key concepts in cosmology and classical field theory. 

Elementary Particle Physics: The Standard Theory£75.00 John Iliopoulos, Theodore N. Tomaras
9780192844200 This engaging introduction to the latest theoretical advances and experimental discoveries in elementary particle physics, culminating in the development of the 'Standard Model', makes this fascinating subject accessible to undergraduate students and aims at motivating them to study it further. 

Covariant Physics: From Classical Mechanics to General Relativity and Beyond£60.00 Moataz H. Emam
9780198864899 A textbook for 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate students using the fundamental principle of covariance as a basis for studying classical mechanics, electrodynamics, the special theory of relativity, and the general theory of relativity, before moving on to more advanced topics of field theory, differential forms, and modified theories of gravity. 

Semiconductor Physics: Principles, Theory and Nanoscale£65.00 Sandip Tiwari
9780198759867 This text brings together traditional solidstate approaches from the 20th century with developments of the early part of the 21st century, to reach an understanding of semiconductor physics in its multifaceted forms. It reveals how an understanding of what happens within the material can lead to insights into what happens in its use. 

Particle Detectors: Fundamentals and Applications£75.00 Hermann Kolanoski, Norbert Wermes
9780198858362 This book describes the fundamentals of particle detectors as well as their applications. Detector development is an important part of nuclear, particle and astroparticle physics and through its applications in radiation imaging it paves the way for advancements in the biomedical and materials sciences. 

Quantum Mechanics for Beginners: With Applications to Quantum Communication and Quantum Computing£53.00 M. Suhail Zubairy
9780198854227 An introduction to the fascinating subject of quantum mechanics. Almost entirely algebrabased, this book is accessible to those with only a high school background in physics and mathematics. In addition to the foundations of quantum mechanics, it also provides an introduction to the fields of quantum communication and quantum computing. 

Statistical Field Theory: An Introduction to Exactly Solved Models in Statistical PhysicsSecond Edition £79.00 Giuseppe Mussardo
9780198788102 This textbook provides a thorough introduction to phase transitions and exactly solved models in statistical physics and quantum field theory. It covers a broad area from basic concepts of statistical physics and quantum mechanics to latest developments in low dimensional quantum field theories, phase transitions and nonperturbative analysis. 

Quantum 20/20: Fundamentals, Entanglement, Gauge Fields, Condensates and Topology£63.00 Ian R. Kenyon
9780198808350 This textbook for upperlevel undergraduates covers the fundamentals and incorporates key themes of quantum physics. Major themes include boson condensation and fermion exclusivity, entanglement, quantum field theory, measurement precision set by quantum mechanics, and topology. 

Relativity in Modern Physics£58.00 Nathalie Deruelle, JeanPhilippe Uzan, Patricia de ForcrandMillard
9780198786399 This comprehensive textbook on relativity integrates Newtonian physics, special relativity and general relativity into a single book. It emphasizes the deep underlying principles common to them all, yet explains how they are applied in different ways in these three contexts. 

The Black Book of Quantum Chromodynamics: A Primer for the LHC Era£58.00 John Campbell, Joey Huston, Frank Krauss
9780199652747 This book provides an indepth introduction to the particle physics of current and future experiments at particle accelerators. The book will provide the reader with an overview of practically all aspects of the strong interaction necessary to understand and appreciate modern particle phenomenology at the energy frontier. 

From Classical to Quantum Fields£53.00 Laurent Baulieu, John Iliopoulos, Roland Sénéor
9780198788409 Quantum Field Theory has become the universal language of most modern theoretical physics. This introductory textbook shows how this beautiful theory offers the correct mathematical framework to describe and understand the fundamental interactions of elementary particles. 

Random Tensors£75.00 Răzvan Gheorghe Gurău
9780198787938 This book introduces "Random Tensors," a framework for studying random geometries in any dimension. It provides a complete derivation of the key results in the field. Whatever form a theory of Quantum Gravity may take, it must incorporate random geometry. 