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Liu, ZhengHao 
Exploring Quantum Contextuality with Photons 
I12907 
2023 
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Davis, V. T 
Introduction to Photoelectron Angular Distributions 
I12350 
2022 
Book 

3 
Nouredine Zettili 
Quantum mechanics: Concepts and applications 
026823 
2009 
Book 

4 
Ashok Das 
Lectures on quantum mechanics 
024427 
2004 
Book 

5 
William J. Thompson 
CDRom for the book: Angular momentum: An illustrated guide to rotational symmetries for physical systems 
C22436 
2004 
CD/DVD 

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William J. Thompson 
Angular momentum: An illustrated guide to rotational symmetries for physical systems 
022436 
2004 
Book 

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David Morin 
Introduction to classical mechanics : With problems and solutions 
022140 
2007 
Book 

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BELLAC, MICHEL LE. 
Quantum physics 
020877 
2006 
Book 

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A.P. Yutsis 
Mathematical apparatus of the theory of angular momentum 
010021 
1962 
Book 

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K. Srinivasa Rao 
Quantum theory of angular momentum: Selected topics 
008187 
1993 
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Title  Exploring Quantum Contextuality with Photons 
Author(s)  Liu, ZhengHao 
Publication  Singapore, 1. Imprint: Springer
2. Springer Nature Singapore, 2023. 
Description  XXI, 156 p. 63 illus., 52 illus. in color : online resource 
Abstract Note  This thesis highlights research explorations in quantum contextuality with photons. Quantum contextuality is one of the most intriguing and peculiar predictions of quantum mechanics. It is also a cornerstone in modern quantum information science. It is the origin of the famous quantum nonlocality and various nonclassical paradoxes. It is also a resource for many quantum information processing tasks and even universal quantum computing. Therefore, the study of quantum contextuality not only advances the comprehension of the foundations of quantum physics, but also facilitates the practical applications of quantum information technology. In the last fifteen years, the study of quantum contextuality has developed from a purely theoretical level to a stage where direct experimental tests become amenable. However, the experimental research on contextuality at the current stage largely focuses on direct validations of some most famous predictions of contextuality, while other forms of contextuality and its practical applications in quantum information science are rarely involved. The research in this thesis is committed to bridge this gap from two directions: (1) to construct and test stronger forms of contextuality and relieve the requirements of contextuality experiments on experimental platforms, and (2) to explore the connections between contextuality and the other concepts in quantum information science and directly demonstrate the application of contextuality in broader scenarios. Specifically, the thesis have discussed the research topics about the relationship between quantum contextuality and nonlocality, the ???allversusnothing??? paradoxes from quantum contextuality, the ore and postselection paradoxes from quantum contextuality, and the topological protection and braiding dynamics of quantum contextuality in quasiparticle systems 
ISBN,Price  9789819961672 
Keyword(s)  1. ANGULAR MOMENTUM
2. Angular momentum of light
3. COMPUTER SIMULATION
4. EBOOK  SPRINGER
5. Fundamental concepts and interpretations of QM
6. Mathematical Methods in Physics
7. MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
8. OPTICS
9. Quantum computing
10. Quantum Correlation and Entanglement
11. QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT
12. QUANTUM INFORMATION
13. QUANTUM PHYSICS
14. Quantum Simulations

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Title  Introduction to Photoelectron Angular Distributions : Theory and Applications 
Author(s)  Davis, V. T 
Publication  Cham, 1. Imprint: Springer
2. Springer International Publishing, 2022. 
Description  X, 332 p. 43 illus., 35 illus. in color : online resource 
Abstract Note  This book provides a comprehensive introduction to photoelectron angular distributions and their use in the laboratory to study lightmatter interactions. Photoelectron angular distribution measurements are useful because they can shed light on atomic and molecular electronic configurations and system dynamics, as well as provide information about quantum transition amplitudes and relative phases that are not obtainable from other types of measurements. For example, recent measurements of molecularframe photoelectron angular distributions have been used to extract photoelectron emission delays in the attosecond range which can provide ultrasensitive maps of molecular potentials. Additionally, photoelectron angular distribution measurements are an essential tool for studying negative ions. Here, the author presents a detailed, yet easily accessible, theoretical background necessary for experimentalists performing photoelectron angular distribution measurements to better understand their results. The various physical influences on photoelectron angular distributions are revealed through analytical models with the use of angular momentum coupling algebra and spherical tensor operators. The classical and quantum treatments of photoelectron angular distributions are covered clearly and systematically, and the book includes, as well, a chapter on relativistic interactions. Furthermore, the primary methods used to measure photoelectron angular distributions in the laboratory, such as photodetachment electron spectroscopy, velocitymap imaging, and cold target recoil ion momentum spectroscopy, are described. This book features introductory material as well as new insights on the topic, such as the use of angular momentum transfer theory to understand the process of photoelectron detachment in atoms and molecules. Including key derivations, worked examples, and additional exercises for readers to try on their own, this book serves as both a critical guide for young researchers entering the field and as a useful reference for experienced practitioners 
ISBN,Price  9783031080272 
Keyword(s)  1. ANGULAR MOMENTUM
2. Angular momentum of light
3. Atomic and Molecular Structure and Properties
4. Atomic structure????
5. EBOOK
6. EBOOK  SPRINGER
7. LightMatter Interaction
8. Molecular structure??
9. OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY
10. OPTICS
11. QUANTUM OPTICS

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