4 edition of **Relativistic mechanics, time, and inertia** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1985**
by D. Reidel, Distributed in the U.S.A. and Canada by Kluwer in Dordrecht, Boston, Hingham, Ma., U.S.A
.

Written in English

- Relativistic mechanics.,
- Time.,
- Inertia (Mechanics)

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Emil Tocaci ; edited and with a foreward by C.W. Kilmister ; [translated from the Romanian by Vasile Vasilescu]. |

Series | Fundamental theories of physics |

Contributions | Kilmister, C. W. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA808.5 .T6713 1985 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | x, 259 p. : |

Number of Pages | 259 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2847615M |

ISBN 10 | 9027717699 |

LC Control Number | 84009763 |

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Relativistic Mechanics, Time and Inertia. Authors: Tocaci, E. and which, accord ingly, offers no incentive to engage in the thankless task of dissection. The present book is an essay in careful analysis of special relativity and the concepts of space and time that it employs. Those who are familiar with the theory will find here (almost.

Relativistic mechanics, time, and inertia. [Emil Tocaci; C W Kilmister] Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: To accept the special theory of relativity has, it is universally agreed, consequences for our philosophical views about space and time.

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Those who are familiar with the theory will find here (almost) all the formulae with which they are familiar;but in many cases the interpretations given to. Cite this chapter as: Tocaci E. () Time. In: Kilmister C.W.

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Kinematics is treated not as a mathematical theory, but from a physical point of view. This allows the introduction of relativistic concepts of space and time, as well as Lorentz transformations, right at the beginning of the book.

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Analyzing the development of the structure of space-time from the theory of Aristotle to the present day, the present work attempts to sketch a science of relativistic mechanics.

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L.D. LANDAU, E.M. LIFSHITZ, in Mechanics and Electrodynamics, Publisher Summary. This chapter provides an overview of relativistic relativistic mechanics, the energy of a free body, that is, the energy of any closed system, is a completely definite quantity that is always positive and is directly related to the mass of the body.

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Thaller's "The Dirac's equation". equation began by applying the familiar quantization rules to the relativistic energy-momentum invariant. In non-relativistic quantum mechanics the cor-respondence principle dictates that the momentum operator is associated with the spatial gradient, ˆp = −i!∇.

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Here, we present an introduction to its basic quantum aspects. On the one hand, Newton's law of inertia states that every isolated particle has persistent motion, i.e. constant energy and momentum. On the other hand, undulatory mechanics associates, by means of the Planck constant, a recurrence in.Summary.

Written by two of the most prominent leaders in particle physics, Relativistic Quantum Mechanics: An Introduction to Relativistic Quantum Fields provides a classroom-tested introduction to the formal and conceptual foundations of quantum field theory.

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About the book: This is the first volume (second Russian edition) of a course on general physics (the second, third and fourth volumes were published in (Molecular Physics), (Electricity and Magnetism) and (Optics) respectively; the fifth volume (Atomic Physics) is under .