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Register For New Account. Forgot Password Invalid Email Id. Third Year. Physics for Degree Students B. Perfect Language: English Imprint: Chand Publishing Trim size: List Price: And many more is supplemented even for a last student who feels Physics as a killer subject. Refresher Cource in B. Write a Review. View Sample Chapter. Very good if you really want to know the subject. Good knowledge of quantum mechanics and special relativity is assumed.
A very good introduction to the concepts of particle physics. Good examples, but not a lot of Feynman diagram calculation. Donald H. Perkins: Introduction to high energy physics Regarded by many people in the field as the best introductory text at the undergraduate level. Covers basically everything with almost no mathematics. Close, Marten, and Sutton: The Particle Explosion A popular exposition of the history of particle physics with terrific photography.
Christine Sutton: Spaceship Neutrino A good, historical, largely intuitive introduction to particle physics, seen from the neutrino viewpoint. Used at many graduate departments as a textbook for the first course in QFT and a bare minimum for experimentalists in high energy physics.
Chapters on Feynman diagrams and cross-section calculations particularly well written and useful. One of my professors likes a lot the rest of the book too, but I haven't spent much time on it and can't comment.
Published in Perhaps most suitable for graduate students who already know some basics of QFT. Green, J. Schwarz, E. Witten: Superstring Theory 2 vols Although these two volumes do not touch the important new developments in string theories, they are still the best texts for the basics. To keep up with this fast developing subject, it is necessary to download the papers and reviews as hep-th e-prints.
Superstrings: A Theory of Everything, ed. Davies Through transcripts of interviews with Schwarz, Witten, Green, Gross, Ellis, Salam, Glashow, Feynman, and Weinberg, we learn about string theory, and how different physicists feel about its prospects as a theory of everything.
This also predates the new developments that revolutionised string theory after A Pais: Inward Bound This can be regarded as a companion volume to his biography of Einstein see special relativity section.
It covers the history of particle physics through the twentieth century, but is best for the earlier half. Crease, C. Mann: The Second Creation Another history of particle physics in the twentieth century. This one is especially good on the development of the standard model. Full of personal stories taken from numerous interviews, it is difficult to put down. Lederman, D.
It describes what the Higgs is and gives some background to the subject of particle physics. It also gives an account of some more general physics history. It has two tracks for different levels. A famous work in the subject whose main strength is probably its various asides, historical and otherwise. While it has much interesting reading, it is not a book to learn relativity from: its approach is all over the place, and it pushes gawdy notation which no one actually uses to do anything useful.
Robert M. A good non-technical introduction, with a nice mix of mathematical rigor and comprehensible physics. A readable and useful book, to a point. The edition, at least, unfortunately has a tangled approach to its Lambda index notation that is wrong in places. Schutz goes to great lengths to convince the reader of the usefulness of one-forms, but is clearly unaware that everything he does with them can be done far more simply using vectors alone.
Beware the show-stopping typos in the Riemann components for the Schwarzschild metric on page The discussion about Riemann tensor signs on page is also wrong, and will give you wrong results if you apply it.
Weinberg: Gravitation and Cosmology A good book that takes a somewhat different approach to the subject. Robert Wald: General Relativity A more advanced textbook than Wald's earlier book, appropriate for an introductory graduate course in GR.
It strikes just the right balance, in my opinion, between mathematical rigor and physical intuition. It has great mathematics appendices for those who care about proving theorems carefully, and a good introduction to the problems behind quantum gravity although not to their solutions. Clifford Will: Was Einstein Right? Putting General Relativity to the Test Non-technical account of the experimental support for GR, including the "classic three tests", but going well beyond them.
Kip Thorne: Black Holes and Time Warps: Einstein's Outrageous Legacy An award-winning popular account of black holes and related objects with many historical anecdotes from the author's personal experiences.
The book is famous for the final sections about time travel through wormholes. Ignore Dirac's small book on lectures in GR, unless you like reading books that have almost no discussion of their mathematical content and almost no discussion of anything else, either. It's a sure bet that this book was only published because Dirac wrote it.
This book used to be hard to find, but can now be bought at feshbachpublishing. Mathews and Walker: Mathematical Methods of Physics. An absolute joy for those who love math, and very informative even for those who don't.
Not comprehensive in any area, but covers many areas widely. Arfken is to math methods what numerical recipes is to numerical methods — good intro, but not the last word.
Zwillinger: Handbook of Differential Equations.
Good reference book when you've got a differential equation and want to find a solution. Huge, but useful when you need an integral. Byron and R. Also quite expensive even in paper. I think the hard cover is out of print. This is volume I structure. Volume II scattering is also available. Satchler: Direct Nuclear Reactions Walecka: Theoretical Nuclear and Subnuclear Physics Covers advanced topics in theoretical nuclear physics from a modern perspective and includes results of past 20 years in a field which makes it unique.