- Author:Richard L. Liboff
- Publisher:Longman Higher Education (January 1987)
- Pages:672 pages
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Dr. Richard Liboff received his P. in Physics from New York University in 1961 and was appointed to the Physics department at the same university upon graduation.
Dr. He came to Cornell University in 1964, where he is presently a Full Professor of Applied Physics, Applied Math, and Electrical Engineering.
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Richard Lawrence Liboff (December 30, 1931 – March 9, 2014) was an American physicist who authored five books and over 100 other publications in variety of fields, including plasma physics, planetary physics, cosmology, quantum chaos, and quantum bi. .
Richard Lawrence Liboff (December 30, 1931 – March 9, 2014) was an American physicist who authored five books and over 100 other publications in variety of fields, including plasma physics, planetary physics, cosmology, quantum chaos, and quantum billiards. 1961 from New York University. His advisors were Harold Grad in mathematics (13 moment method) and B. Zumino in physics (TCP theory).
Although enjoyable to read, Griffith's books always seem to lack details necessary to the serious student. Liboff's book is comprehensive and well-written. com User, January 14, 2000. The first course in quantum mechanics that I took at Berkeley required only the Griffiths book.