This volume gives an introduction to incorporating special relativity in quantum mechanics. That is, described here is a theory which includes Einstein's and Heisenberg's relationships. How does relativistic quantum mechanics differ from non-relativistic quantum mechanics? That is, what new feature does special relativity bring to quantum mechanics? The answer lies in the possibility of converting energy to mass and vice versa.
- No image availableIntroductory Remarks to Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
- No image available1: Introduction to the Poincaré Algebra
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- No image available3: More About the Poincaré Algebra
- No image available4: Space Inversion and Time Reversal
- No image available5: Center of Mass Position, Internal Angular Momentum, Helicity