Published October 1989
by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||D. F. Walls (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||261|
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The book begins by developing the basic tools of quantum optics, and goes on to show the application of these tools in a variety of quantum optical systems, including . Meystre and Sergant is a good book to learn from. Anyt text written by Pierre Meystre will be invaluable when it comes to Quantum Optics. Mandl and Wolf if it is anything like Born and Wolf will not be good to learn from, but a great reference when you have some background in the field. Book Reviews Quantum Mechanics of Charged Particle Beam Optics. Ramaswamy Jagannathan and Sameen Ahmed Khan | 16 April | Review by Daniela Dragoman. A clearly written theoretical book on charged-particle optics for readers with a solid knowledge of physics and optics. Quantum optics is a field of quantum physics that deals specifically with the interaction of photons with matter. The study of individual photons is crucial to understanding the behavior of .