Melvil Decimal System: 530.1563Dewmoji: 🔬 > 🍎 > 🍎 > ? > ? > ? > ?0 Information 196,271 ℹ️  1 Philosophy and Psychology 182,817 💭  2 Religion 463,618 🙏🏽  3 Social Sciences 1,017,722 👫  4 Language 130,463 💬  5 Mathematics and Science 322,970 🔬  6 Technology 751,858 💡  7 Arts and Recreation 695,836 🎨  8 Literature 929,792 📚  9 Biography and History 592,368 🗿  50 General Science 24,934 🔬  51 Mathematics 61,944 ➗  52 Astronomy 17,388 🌌  53 Physics 34,172 🍎  54 Chemistry 22,053 ⚗  55 Earth sciences & geology 28,173 🌎  56 Fossils & prehistoric life 6,394 💀  57 Life Sciences 45,977 🐠  58 Botany 17,698 🌿  59 Zoology 64,237 🐼  530 Physics 16,660 🍎  531 Mechanics 2,696 💨  532 Fluid mechanics 1,298 💦  533 Gas dynamics; Aerodynamics; Pneumatics 274 ☁️  534 Sound; Acoustics 641 🔔  535 Optics 3,012 🌈  536 Heat; Thermodynamics 1,114 🔥  537 Electricity 2,533 ⚡  538 Magnetism 1,048 Φ  539 Nuclear physics; Matter 4,896 ⚛  530.0 Physics 2,267 🍎  530.1 Theoretical Physics 6,032  530.2 Miscellany 14  530.3 Dictionaries And Encyclopedias 11  530.4 Special Topics 2,711  530.5 Periodicals 5  530.6 Societies 10  530.7 Education And Research 68  530.8 Physical units, measuring instruments 710  530.9 Biography And History 52 🔙  530.10 19  530.11 Relativity 723  530.12 Quantum Mechanics 1,508  530.13 Statistical Physics 426  530.14 Field And String Theories 963  530.15 Mathematical Physics 894  530.16 13  530.17  530.18  530.19  530.150 22  530.151 39  530.152 37  530.153 3  530.154 9  530.155 93  530.156 37  530.157 2  530.158 7  530.159 59  530.1560 1  530.1561 3  530.1562  530.1563 24  530.1564  530.1565  530.1566  530.1567  530.1568  530.1569  530.15630  530.15631  530.15632  530.15633  530.15634  530.15635 5  530.15636 18  530.15637  530.15638  530.15639 
Works under MDS 530.1563 
 Geometric Structures in Nonlinear Physics (Hermann, Robert//Interdisciplinary Mathematics) by Robert Hermann
 Geometry of TimeSpaces : NonCommutative Algebraic Geometry, Applied to Quantum Theory by audal arnfinn, Olav
 Advances in algebraic geometry motivated by physics : AMS Special Session on Enumerative Geometry in Physics, April 12, 2000, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Massachusetts by Emma Previato
 Noncommutative Geometry and Physics proceedings of the Noncommutative Geometry and Physics 2008, on Ktheory and Dbrane, Shonan Village Center, Japan, 1822 February 2008, Kyoto University, Japan, 1 April 201031 March 2011 / 3 by Giuseppe Dito
 Gauge Fields and CartanEhresmann Connections: Part A (Interdisciplinary Mathematics Series, No 10) by Robert Hermann
 Noncommutative Spacetimes: Symmetries in Noncommutative Geometry and Field Theory (Lecture Notes in Physics) by P. Aschieri
 Discrete Integrable Geometry and Physics (Oxford Lecture Series in Mathematics and Its Applications, 16) by Alexander I. Bobenko
 Quantization and infinitedimensional systems by JeanPierre Antoine
 Noncommutative Structures in Mathematics and Physics (NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry) by Stepan Dupliĭ
 Dirac Operators and Spectral Geometry by Giampiero Esposito

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