5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Comprehensive, universal undergraduate text,
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This review is from: Quantum Mechanics (Paperback)
This text book is the perfect companion for a physics undergraduate for all of their needs of the first three years of their degree. It comprehensively covers all of the necessary material from the basics right through to the more complicated theorems found in finals. In my opinion, it has been one of the most useful books I have used as an undergrad and would certainly be my first port of call for any problems I have in quantum mechanics. The only (very slight) downside is that it uses Dirac notation throughout and I am aware that this is not standard for introductory courses in quantum. Other than that, pretty flawless. And its large enough to lay out any unwelcome guests during the night should you have it to hand.
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Initial post: 19 Oct 2014 23:03:50 BDT
" large enough to lay out unwelcome guests " What is this ?
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