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Principles of Quantum Mechanics
  • P. Dirac
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • 1 November 1931
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Lectures on Quantum Mechanics
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Quantised Singularities in the Electromagnetic Field
The steady progress of physics requires for its theoretical formulation a mathematics that gets continually more advanced. This is only natural and to be expected. What, however, was not expected byExpand
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The quantum theory of the electron
The new quantum mechanics, when applied to the problem of the structure of the atom with point-charge electrons, does not give results in agreement with experiment. The discrepancies consist ofExpand
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Note on Exchange Phenomena in the Thomas Atom
For dealing with atoms involving many electrons the accurate quantum theory, involving a solution of the wave equation in many-dimensional space, is far too complicated to be practicable. One mustExpand
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The fundamental equations of quantum mechanics
It is well known that the experimental facts of atomic physics necessitate a departure from the classical theory of electrodynamics in the description of atomic phenomena. This departure takes theExpand
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The Lagrangian in quantum mechanics
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On the Theory of quantum mechanics
The new mechanics of the atom introduced by Heisenberg may be based on the assumption that the variables that describe a dynamical system do not obey the commutative law of multiplication, butExpand
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Quantum Mechanics of Many-Electron Systems
The general theory of quantum mechanics is now almost complete, the imperfections that still remain being in connection with the exact fitting in of the theory with relativity ideas. These give riseExpand
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GAUGE-INVARIANT FORMULATION OF QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS
Electrodynamics is formulated so as to be manifestly invariant under general gauge transformations, through being built up entirely in terms of gauge-invariant dynamical variables. The quantizationExpand
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