Qed: The Strange Theory of Light and Matter

Princeton University Press (2006)
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Using everyday language, spatial concepts, visualizations and his renowned "Feynman diagrams," the author clearly and humorously communicates the substance and spirit of QED (quantum electodynamics).



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