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Astronomy, Physics - Concordia University Libraries Recent Acquisitions

Titles in the call number range QB - QC (Astronomy, Physics) that were added to the Concordia University Libraries collection in the last 60 days.


  • A hardware track-trigger for CMS : at the high luminosity LHC / Thomas Owen James
    QC793.5.M42

  • Multivariate data analysis for root cause analyses and time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry / Danica Heller-Krippendorf ; with a foreword by Carsten Engelhard
    QC454.M3

  • Black hole formation and growth : Saas-Fee advanced course 48 / Swiss Society for Astrophysics and Astronomy ; Tiziana Di Matteo, Andrew King, Neil J. Cornish ; edited by Roland Walter, Philippe Jetzer, Lucio Mayer and Nicolas Produit
    QB843.B55

  • Search for new phenomena in top-antitop quarks final states with additional heavy-flavour jets with the ATLAS detector / Daiki Yamaguchi
    QC793.3.Q37

  • A single trapped Rydberg ion / Gerard Higgins
    QC 702.7 T73H54 2019eb

  • Theoretical study of electron correlation driven superconductivity in systems with coexisting wide and narrow bands / Daisuke Ogura
    QC 611.98 H54O38 2019eb

  • The Higgs boson produced with top quarks in fully hadronic signatures / Daniel Salerno
    QC 793.5 B62S35 2019eb

  • Rethinking causality in quantum mechanics / Christina Giarmatzi
    QC 6.4 C3G53 2019eb

  • Advances in spectroscopy : molecules to materials : proceedings of NCASMM 2018 / Dheeraj Kumar Singh, Sourav Das, Arnulf Materny, editors
    QC 450 N33 2018eb

  • Classical and quantum physics : 60 years Alberto Ibort Fest : geometry, dynamics, and control / G. Marmo, David Martín de Diego, Miguel Muñoz Lecanda, editors
    QC 19.2 C53 2019eb

  • Chelyabinsk superbolide / Nick Gorkavyi, Alexander Dudorov, Sergey Taskaev, editors
    QB741

  • Invariant integrals in physics / Genady P. Cherepanov
    QC 20.6 C44 2019eb

  • Ice worlds of the solar system : their tortured landscapes and biological potential / Michael Carroll
    QB 659 C37 2019eb

  • Theory of spinors and its application in physics and mechanics / Vladimir A. Zhelnorovich
    QC 20.7 S65Z44 2019eb

  • Stephen of Pisa and Antioch : Liber Mamonis : An Introduction to Ptolemaic Cosmology and Astronomy from the Early Crusader States / Dirk Grupe
    QB 23 G78 2019

  • AdS3/CFT2 and holographic entanglement entropy / Jie-qiang Wu
    QC174.17.E58

  • Development and applications of negative ion sources / Vadim Dudnikov
    QC702.7.N4

  • Introduction to a renormalisation group method / Roland Bauerschmidt, David C. Brydges, Gordon Slade
    QC20.7.R43

  • Physical science under microgravity : experiments on board the SJ-10 recoverable satellite / Wenrui Hu, Qi Kang, editors
    QB500.264

  • The Physics of Music and Color Sound and Light / Leon Gunther
    QC220

  • Reviews in plasmonics 2017 / Chris D. Geddes, editor
    QC176.8.P55

  • Turbulent heating and anisotropy in the solar wind : a numerical study / Victor Montagud-Camps
    QB529

  • Statistical mechanics : an introductory graduate course / A.J. Berlinsky, A.B. Harris
    QC174.8

  • Modern very high pressure techniques, edited by R.H. Wentorf, Jr
    QC 281 W4

  • Sensory evaluation of sound / edited by Nick Zacharov
    QC 231 Z33 2019eb

    Sensory Evaluation of Sound provides a detailed review of the latest sensory evaluation techniques, specifically applied to the evaluation of sound and audio. This three-part book commences with an introduction to the fundamental role of sound and hearing, which is followed by an overview of sensory evaluation methods and associated univariate and multivariate statistical analysis techniques. The final part of the book provides several chapters with concrete real-world applications of sensory evaluation ranging from telecommunications, hearing aids design and binaural sound, via the latest research in concert hall acoustics through to audio-visual interaction. Aimed at the engineer, researcher, university student or manager the book gives insight into the advanced methods for the sensory evaluation with many application examples.

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    Introduces the fundamental of hearing and the value of sound Provides a firm theoretical basis for advanced techniques in sensory evaluation of sound that are then illustrated with concrete examples from university research through to industrial product development Includes chapters on sensory evaluation practices and methods as well as univariate and multivariate statistical analysis Six application chapters covering a wide range of concrete sensory evaluation study examples including insight into audio-visual assessment Includes data analysis with several associated downloadable datasets Provides extensive references to the existing research literature, text books and standards

  • Introduction to optics / Frank L. Pedrotti, Leno M. Pedrotti, Leno S. Pedrotti
    QC 355.3 P43 2018
    Introduction to Optics is now available in a re-issued edition from Cambridge University Press. Designed to offer a comprehensive and engaging introduction to intermediate and upper level undergraduate physics and engineering students, this text also allows instructors to select specialized content to suit individual curricular needs and goals. Specific features of the text, in terms of coverage beyond traditional areas, include extensive use of matrices in dealing with ray tracing, polarization, and multiple thin-film interference; three chapters devoted to lasers; a separate chapter on the optics of the eye; and individual chapters on holography, coherence, fiber optics, interferometry, Fourier optics, nonlinear optics, and Fresnel equations.

  • Management of exposure to ionizing radiation : radiation protection guidance for the United States (2018) / National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
    QC 795 N385 2019

  • Enthalpy and internal energy : liquids, solutions and vapours / edited by Emmerich Wilhelm, University of Vienna, Austria, and Trevor M. Letcher, University of Kwa-Zulu-Natal, South Africa
    QC 318 E55E58 2018
    Containing the very latest information on all aspects of enthalpy and internal energy as related to fluids, this book brings all the information into one authoritative survey in this well-defined field of chemical thermodynamics. Written by acknowledged experts in their respective fields, each of the 26 chapters covers theory, experimental methods and techniques and results for all types of liquids and vapours. These properties are important in all branches of pure and applied thermodynamics and this vital source is an important contribution to the subject hopefully also providing key pointers for cross-fertilization between sub-areas.

  • Basic equations of mass transport through a membrane layer / Endre Nagy
    QC318.M3

    Basic Equations of Mass Transport Through a Membrane Layer, Second Edition, has been fully updated to deliver the latest research in the field. This volume covers the essentials of compound separation, product removal, concentration, and production in the chemical, biochemical, pharmaceutical, and food industries. It outlines the various membrane processes and their applications, offering a detailed mathematical description of mass transport and defining basic mass transport and concentration distribution expressions. Additionally, this book discusses the process parameters and application of the expressions developed for a variety of industrial applications. Comprehensive explanations of convective/diffusive mass transport are provided, both with and without polarization layers, that help predict and process performance and facilitate improvements to operation conditions and efficiency.

    Basic Equations of Mass Transport Through a Membrane Layer is an ideal resource for engineers and technologists in the chemical, biochemical, and pharmaceutical industries, as well as researchers, professors, and students in these areas at both an undergraduate and graduate level.

    Cites and analyzes mass transport equations developed for different membrane processes. Examines the effect of biochemical/chemical reactions in the presence of convective and diffusive flows in plane and cylindrical spaces. Defines the mass transfer rate for first- and zero-order reactions and analytical approaches are given for other-order reactions in closed mathematical forms. Analyzes the simultaneous convective and diffusive transports with same or different directions.

  • Electrodynamics of density ducts in magnetized plasmas : the mathematical theory of excitation and propagation of electromagnetic waves in plasma waveguides / I.G. Kondratiev, A.V. Kudrin, T.M. Zaboronkova
    QC174.17.D44
    Providing a systematic and self-contained treatment of excitation, propagation and re- emission of electromagnetic waves guided by density ducts in magnetized plasmas, this book describes in detail the theoretical basis of the electrodynamics of ducts. The classical dielectric-waveguide theory in open guiding systems in magnetoplasma is subjected to rigorous generalization. The authors emphasize the conceptual physical and mathematical aspects of the theory, while demonstrating its applications to problems encountered in actual practice.
    The opening chapters of the book discuss the underlying physical phenomena, outline some of the results obtained in natural and artificial density ducts, and describe the basic theory crucial to understanding the remainder of the book. The more specialized and complex topics dealt with in subsequent chapters include the theory of guided wave propagation along axially uniform ducts, finding the field excited by the source in the presence of a duct, excitation of guided modes, the asymptotic theory of wave propagation along axially nonuniform ducts, and mode re-emission from a duct.
    The full wave theory is used throughout most of the book to ensure consistency, and the authors start with simpler cases and gradually increase the complexity of the treatment.

  • SunriseSunset Solargraphs from Plum Creek
    QB521.4

  • Measurements of Higgs Boson Properties in Proton-Proton Collisions at √s =7, 8 and 13 TeV at the CERN Large Hadron Collider Ulascan Sarica
    QC793.5.B62

  • Classical Newtonian gravity : a comprehensive introduction, with examples and exercises / Roberto A. Capuzzo Dolcetta
    QB 335 C37 2019

  • The physical and mathematical foundations of the theory of relativity : a critical analysis / Antonio Romano, Mario Mango Furnari
    QC 173.6 R66 2019eb

  • Quantum collisions and confinement of atomic and molecular species, and photons select proceedings of the 7th Topical Conference of ISAMP 2018 / P. C. Deshmukh, E. Krishnakumar, Stephan Fritzsche, M. Krishnamurthy, Sonjoy Majumder, editors
    QC770

  • Angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy of delafossite metals Veronika Sunko
    QC454.P48

  • Evolving theories on the origin of the Moon / Warren D. Cummings
    QB 581 C86 2019eb

  • The special theory of relativity Einstein's world in new axiomatics / Helmut Günther, Volker Müller
    QC173.65

  • On the nature of charge density waves, superconductivity and their interplay in 1T-TiSe₂ Chuan Chen
    QC176.8.E4

  • Applied general relativity : theory and applications in astronomy, celestial mechanics and metrology / Michael H. Soffel, Wen-Biao Han
    QC 173.6 S65 2019

  • Tropical intraseasonal variability and the stochastic skeleton method Andrew J. Majda [and 4 more]
    QC994

  • L.I. Mandelstam and his school in physics / Alexander Pechenkin
    QC 16 M34P43 2019

  • Semiconductor optics. Heinz Kalt, Claus F. Klingshirn
    QC611.6.O6

  • Principles and applications of up-converting phosphor technology / Ruifu Yang, editor
    QC 476.7 P75 2019

  • Engineering of scintillation materials and radiation technologies selected articles of ISMART2018 / Mikhail Korzhik, Alexander Gektin, editors
    QC476.7

  • Fundamentals and frontiers of the Josephson Effect Francesco Tafuri, editor
    QC176.8.T8

  • Statistical mechanics of classical and disordered systems Luminy, France, August 2018 / Veronique Gayrard, Louis-Pierre Arguin, Nicola Kistler, Irina Kourkova, editors
    QC174.7

  • Trapping single ions and Coulomb crystals with light fields / Leon Karpa
    QC 702.7 T73K37 2019

  • Searches for the supersymmetric partner of the top quark, dark matter and dark energy at the ATLAS experiment Nicolas Maximilian Köhler
    QC793.3.Q37

  • Astronomical Polarisation from the Infrared to Gamma Rays Roberto Mignani, Andrew Shearer, Agnieszka Słowikowska, Silvia Zane, editors
    QC367.3.P65

  • The dynamics of small solar system bodies Jeremy Wood
    QB603.R55

  • Si detectors and characterization for HEP and photon science experiment how to design detectors by TCAD simulation / Ajay Kumar Srivastava
    QC474

  • The evolving universe and the origin of life : the search for our cosmic roots / by Pekka Teerikorpi, Mauri Valtonen, Kirsi Lehto, Harry Lehto, Gene Byrd, Arthur Chernin
    QB981

  • David Bohm a life dedicated to understanding the quantum world / Olival Freire Junior
    QC16.B64

  • Laser-driven sources of high energy particles and radiation lecture notes of the "Capri" Advanced Summer School / Leonida Antonio Gizzi, Ralph Assmann, Petra Koester, Antonio Giulietti, editors
    QB464.15

  • Modern problems of the physics of liquid systems selected reviews from the 8th International Conference "Physics of Liquid Matter: Modern Problems", Kyiv, Ukraine, May 18-22, 2018 / Leonid A. Bulavin, Limei Xu, editors
    QC145.2

  • Satellite dynamics and space missions Giulio Baù, Alessandra Celletti, Cătălin Bogdan Galeș, Giovanni Federico Gronchi, editors
    QB500.5

  • Ground states of the two-dimensional electron system at half-filling under hydrostatic pressure Katherine A. Schreiber
    QC612.H3

  • The importance of binaries in the formation and evolution of planetary nebulae Henri M.J. Boffin, David Jones
    QB821

  • Quanta and mind essays on the connection between quantum mechanics and the consciousness / J. Acacio de Barros, Carlos Montemayor, editors
    QC174.12

  • Ernst Mach - life, work, influence Friedrich Stadler, editor
    QC16.M33

  • Audible geographies in Latin America Sounds of Race and Place / Dylon Lamar Robbins
    QC225.7

  • Cognitive and metacognitive problem-solving strategies in post-16 physics a case study using action research / Ronald Mazorodze, Michael J. Reiss
    QC30

  • The geography of risk : epic storms, rising seas, and the cost of America's coasts / Gilbert M. Gaul
    QC 945 G28 2019

    This century has seen the costliest hurricanes in U.S. history--but who bears the brunt of these monster storms?

    Consider this: Five of the most expensive hurricanes in history have made landfall since 2005: Katrina ($160 billion), Ike ($40 billion), Sandy ($72 billion), Harvey ($125 billion), and Maria ($90 billion). With more property than ever in harm's way, and the planet and oceans warming dangerously, it won't be long before we see a $250 billion hurricane. Why? Because Americans have built $3 trillion worth of property in some of the riskiest places on earth: barrier islands and coastal floodplains. And they have been encouraged to do so by what Gilbert M. Gaul reveals in The Geography of Risk to be a confounding array of federal subsidies, tax breaks, low-interest loans, grants, and government flood insurance that shift the risk of life at the beach from private investors to public taxpayers, radically distorting common notions of risk.

    These federal incentives, Gaul argues, have resulted in one of the worst planning failures in American history, and the costs to taxpayers are reaching unsustainable levels. We have become responsible for a shocking array of coastal amenities: new roads, bridges, buildings, streetlights, tennis courts, marinas, gazebos, and even spoiled food after hurricanes. The Geography of Risk will forever change the way you think about the coasts, from the clash between economic interests and nature, to the heated politics of regulators and developers.


  • Quantum concepts in the social, ecological and biological sciences / Fabio Bagarello, University of Palermo
    QC 174.13 B34 2019
    Quantum mechanics is traditionally associated with microscopic systems; however, quantum concepts have also been successfully applied to a diverse range of macroscopic systems both within and outside of physics. This book describes how complex systems from a variety of fields can be modelled using quantum mechanical principles; from biology and ecology, to sociology and decision-making. The mathematical basis of these models is covered in detail, furnishing a self-contained and consistent approach. This book provides unique insight into the dynamics of these macroscopic systems and opens new interdisciplinary research frontiers. It will be an essential resource for students and researchers in applied mathematics or theoretical physics who are interested in applying quantum mechanics to dynamical systems in the social, biological or ecological sciences.

  • Destination Anthropocene : science and tourism in the Bahamas / Amelia Moore
    QC 903.2 B2M66 2019
    Destination Anthropocene documents the emergence of new travel imaginaries forged at the intersection of the natural sciences and the tourism industry in a Caribbean archipelago. Known to travelers as a paradise of sun, sand, and sea, The Bahamas is rebranding itself in response to the rising threat of global environmental change, including climate change. In her imaginative new book, Amelia Moore explores an experimental form of tourism developed in the name of sustainability, one that is slowly changing the way both tourists and Bahamians come to know themselves and relate to island worlds.


  • Sound, media, ecology / Milena Droumeva, Randolph Jordan, editors
    QC 225.7 S678 2019
    This volume reads the global urban environment through mediated sonic practices to put a contemporary spin on acoustic ecology's investigations at the intersection of space, cultures, technology, and the senses. Acoustic ecology is an interdisciplinary framework from the 1970s for documenting, analyzing, and transforming sonic environments: an early model of the cross-boundary thinking and multi-modal practices now common across the digital humanities. With the recent emergence of sound studies and the expansion of "ecological" thinking, there is an increased urgency to re-discover and contemporize the acoustic ecology tradition. This book serves as a comprehensive investigation into the ways in which current scholars working with sound are re-inventing acoustic ecology across diverse fields, drawing on acoustic ecology's focus on sensory experience, place, and applied research, as well as attendance to mediatized practices in sounded space. From sounding out the Anthropocene, to rethinking our auditory media landscapes, to exploring citizenship and community, this volume brings the original acoustic ecology problem set into the contemporary landscape of sound studies.

  • 100 atmospheres : studies in scale and wonder / the Meco Network --Susan Ballard, Louise Boscacci, David Carlin, Anne Collett, Eva Hampel, Lucas Ihlein, Jo Law, Joshua Lobb, Jade Kennedy, Teodor Mitew, Catherine McKinnon, Jo Stirling, Kim Williams
    QC 902.8 M43 2019

    At a time when climate panic obscures clear thought, 100 Atmospheres is an invitation to think differently. Through speculative, poetic, and provocative texts, thirteen writers and artists have come together to reflect on human relationships with other species and the planet. The process of creating 100 Atmospheres was shared, with works (written, photographic and drawn) created individually and collectively. To think differently, we need to practice differently. The book contains thirteen chapters threaded amidst one hundred co-authored micro-essays. In an era shaped by critical ecological transformation 100 Atmospheres dwells in the deep past and the troubled present to imagine future ways of being and becoming.

    The MECO Network are Susan Ballard, Louise Boscacci, David Carlin, Anne Collett, Eva Hampel, Lucas Ihlein, Jo Law, Joshua Lobb, Jade Kennedy, Teodor Mitew, Catherine McKinnon, Jo Stirling, and Kim Williams.


  • About stars : their formation, evolution, compositions, locations and companions / Michael M. Woolfson
    QB 801 W66 2020
    On a clear and moonless night, especially in remote areas such as deserts, myriads of points of light cover the sky. The great majority of them are stars, many like the Sun, but so far away that they can only be seen as point sources of light. The problem faced by astronomers is to find their properties and distances, just from the light they emit. This is done by using the knowledge of science, mainly physics, acquired from small-scale experiments carried out on Earth. However, the stars themselves are laboratories in which matter behaves in ways that cannot be reproduced on Earth so, in finding out about stars, we complement scientific knowledge gained from earthbound experimentation.This book describes the means -- some very ingenious -- by which to explore the properties, locations and planetary companions of stars, and provides a sound foundation for further study.
Updated: Friday 13 December 2019
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