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Scattering Theory. by Aleksei G. Sitenko - First Ed USA; unstated.   - 1991. - from Black Cat Hill Books and

Scattering Theory.

by Aleksei G. Sitenko

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New York, NY Springer Verlag, 1991. Hardcover First Ed USA; unstated. EX-LIBRARY, withdrawn, showing the usual treatments. Else, Very Near Fine: The lower corner tips are very mildly bumped. Binding square and secure; text clean. Virtually 'As New', showing no flaws. NOT a Remainder or Book-Club. 8vo. 294pp. With 32 Figures. Translated by O.D. Kocherga. Springer Series in Nuclear and Particle Physics. First Ed USA; unstated. Hardback: No DJ 'as issued'. A.G. Sitenko gives an introduction to nonrelativistic scattering theory. The presentation is mathematically rigorous, but is accessible to upper level undergraduates in physics. The relationship between the scattering matrix and physical observables, i.e., transition probabilities, is discussed in detail. Among the emphasized topics are the stationary formulation of the scattering problem, the inverse scattering problem, dispersion relations, three-particle bound states and their scattering, collisions of particles with spin and polarization phenomena. The analytical properties of the scattering matrix are discussed. Exercises are included to help the reader to gain some experience and more expertise in scattering theory.


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