Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, an Introduction

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D. B., Surrey University, Italy (UK), 2.4.2009

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M.W., Research Associate, Washington State University, USA, 8.1.2009

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O.P., Lecturer, University of Abuja, Nigeria, 22.10.2007

... This work really is an important introduction for relativistic quantum mechanics because you had written the ideas in an elegant way and in a logical way for presenting them, also because you use many important references ...
M. H., Lebanese university, Lebanon, 21.10.2007

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P.B. , Professor, Australia, 2.7.2007

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N. P. A., School of Pure and Applied Physics, M. G. University, Kottayam, 10.4.2007

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Dr. F. A. M., Instituto de Física da UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brasil, 31.3.2007

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Your introduction is excellent. The font is easy to read. I like very much the geometrical way you portray the matrices, rather than the usual symbolic way.
Your paper has a very high pedagogical value. It could constitute a complete course in QM. It is so well done that an instructor would almost be unnecessary... I insist that it is of very high value to students, experimentalists and other non-theoreticians. I will gladly recommend it to this audience.
L. D. H., Ph.D., Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Retired, Oak Ridge, 1.1.2007

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P-F. W., National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan, 1.10.2005

... I was amazed at how easily you were able to present the topic so clearly and concisely. The use of full matrix representations is also useful, as is the use of h (bar) and c. Here we use c =h = 1, which reduces the derived expressions, but if one is to implement these principles in a computational context, then your text is more of importance ...
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N. T., Country: Stellenbosch University, Physics Department, Namibia, 1.10.2005

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P. M., researcher at CNR, Italy, 1.10.2005

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AM. N., University of Nairobi, MSc. Theoretical Physics, Kenya, 1.10.2005

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Dr. S. A., PhD Mathematical Physics (Particle Physics), Birmingham University, 1.10.2005

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M.N.H. C., Atomic Energy Authority, Egypt, 1.7.2005

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