Bhavya, class X student, writes a book on quantum mechanics: The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Ludhiana, May 12

Bhavya Bansal, a class X student at Sat Paul Mittal School, went from writing a few research papers to being an author. In his book titled “The Quantum World” – Quantum Mechanics Simplified, he explored quantum mechanics, a fascinating branch of science that deals with the nature of the universe at a nanoscopic level.

“My book describes how all the particles in the universe behave on the smallest scale. It explains the origin of all natural phenomena in classical physics. It deals with almost all major quantum theories and their derivatives, ” quantum field theory’ and ‘string theory.’ Through experiments, it qualitatively explains the heart of quantum mechanics,” he said.

Additionally, the book describes the fundamentals of the “theory of relativity” and how the idea of ​​quantum gravity was formalized.

Bhavya, an all-round student, has won national and international awards in the field of robotics. It was a proud moment for him when his book was published by Dr. PS Goel, Padma Shri Prize winner, Indian space scientist and former director of ISRO, at the LPU during an international meeting on small satellites 2022.

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