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Atomic Physics (Oxford Master Series in Physics) Paperback – 10 Feb 2005
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Absolutely brillant textbook ... Strongly recommended and A textbook that must be definitively be acquired in the Libraries of Universities! (Dr. Thierry-Philippe Picornell, GSz)
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C.J. Foot was a Junior Research Fellow of Jesus College in Oxford 1984-86, as well as being awarded the Lindemann Trust Fellowship at Stanford University 1984-85 and the Royal Society University Research Fellowship 1986-1991. In 1991, he became a university lecturer and was awarded the title of Professor of physics in 2002. He won the National Physical Laboratory Metrology Award in 1990.
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But the book also has much more recent material. On quantum computing using qubits. These attempt to use the quantum states of small groups of atoms, to perform computations fundamentally different from current digital efforts. Enough detail is given for you to appreciate the severe experimental travails of the field, and how much more remains to be done, if qubits are ever to become useful.