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Graduate texts in physics,
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The series ** Graduate texts in physics,** represents a set of related resources, especially of a specified kind, found in **University of Liverpool**.

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Graduate texts in physics,
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**Graduate texts in physics,**represents a set of related resources, especially of a specified kind, found in**University of Liverpool**.- Label
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- Advanced physics of electron transport in semiconductors and nanostructures
- Atoms, molecules and photons : an introduction to atomic-, molecular- and quantum physics
- Basic Semiconductor Physics
- Biophotonics : concepts to applications
- Classical and quantum cosmology
- Classical field theory : on electrodynamics, non-Abelian gauge theories and gravitation
- Classical mechanics and electromagnetism in accelerator physics
- Computational methods in physics : compendium for students
- Computational physics : simulation of classical and quantum systems
- Fluid dynamics : an introduction
- High-Energy-Density Physics : Foundation of Inertial Fusion and Experimental Astrophysics
- Introduction to Quantum Information Science
- Kinetics and spectroscopy of low temperature plasmas
- Laser physics : from principles to practical work in the lab
- Lectures on classical and quantum theory of fields
- Mechanics : From Newton's Laws to Deterministic Chaos
- Modern fluid dynamics for physics and astrophysics
- Nano and quantum optics : an introduction to basic principles and theory
- Nonlinear dynamics and quantum chaos : an introduction
- Nuclear fusion
- Plasma physics : an introduction to laboratory, space, and fusion plasmas
- Probability for physicists
- Quantum field theory : the why, what and how
- Quantum field theory I : foundations and Abelian and non-Abelian gauge theories
- Quantum field theory II : introductions to quantum gravity, supersymmetry and string theory
- Quantum information theory : mathematical foundation
- Quantum photonics
- Quantum theory and statistical thermodynamics : principles and worked examples
- Radiation and detectors : introduction to the physics of radiation and detection devices
- Scattering and structures : essentials and analogies in quantum physics
- Solid State Properties : From Bulk to Nano
- Statistical mechanics : an introductory graduate course
- Statistical physics for biological matter
- Statistical theory of heat
- Statistics and analysis of scientific data
- Stochastic dynamics and irreversibility
- The lattice Boltzmann method : principles and practice
- Theoretical atomic physics
- Theoretical femtosecond physics : atoms and molecules in strong laser fields
- Understanding viscoelasticity : an introduction to rheology

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