Christopher C. Gerry, Kimberley M. Bruno

The Quantum Divide: Why Schrodinger's Cat Is Either Dead or Alive

Physics
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A semi-popular account of quantum physics based primarily on optical experiments performed over the past three decades. The book discusses how and where one can draw the border between the quantum and classical worlds, or indeed whether a border needs to be drawn at all.
AUTHOR BIO
Christopher Gerry is Professor of Physics at Lehman College, The City University of New York, where his areas of research include theoretical quantum optics, quantum information theory, quantum metrology and sensing, and group theoretical methods in quantum optics and quantum theory in general.; Kimberley Bruno is Vice Principal of Williamsburg High School for Architecture and Design, Brooklyn, New York.
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EDITION
© 2013
TYPE
Hardcover
ISBN
9780199666560
LANGUAGE
English
PAGES
197
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