Chapter 1 - What is Quantum Physics? Chapter 2 - Quantum Measurement and Its Consequences Chapter 3 - Quantum Data Encryption Chapter 4 - Quantum Behavior and Its Description Chapter 5 - Sensing Gravity with Quantum Interference Chapter 6 - Quantum Possibilities as Waves Chapter 7 - Milestones and a Fork in the Road Chapter 8 - The End of Local Realism As a World View Chapter 9 - Quantum Entanglement and Teleportation Chapter 10- Quantum Computing Chapter 11 - Energy Quantization and Atoms Chapter 12 - Sensing Time, Motion, and Gravity with Quantum Technology Chapter 13 - Quantum Fields Chapter 14 - Lingering Questions and Awkwardness
Dr. Michael G. Raymer is Philip H. Knight Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Professor of Physics, University of Oregon. He was founding Director of the Oregon Center for Optical, Molecular and Quantum Science.
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