Theoretical Physics III: Quantum Theory
by Peter E. Blöchl
Publisher: TU Clausthal 2013
Number of pages: 354
Contents: Particle waves; The double slit; Towards a theory; Quantum effects; Language of quantum mechanics; Representations; Measurements; Dynamics; Symmetry; Specific Symmetries; Rotations, Angular Momentum and Spin; Atoms; Approximation techniques; Relativistic particles; Many Particles.
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by John R. Boccio - Swarthmore College
Quantum mechanics is a collection of postulates based on a huge number of experimental observations and the ideas. In this book you will learn now the quantum world works, why it must work in this particular way, and how we might understand it.
by T. Haberkern, N. Deepak
Most of you will have heard the word quantum, and often wondered what it means, or what its significance is. If you wanted a simple tutorial, an introduction to quantum physics without all the hassles of mathematics, then read on.
by Roy McWeeny - Learning Development Institute
This book is devoted to the second great scientific revolution of the last century, the development of Quantum Mechanics as the necessary replacement of Newtonian dynamics in dealing with the motion of the ultimate constituents of matter.
by Weng Cho Chew - University of Illinois
This set of supplementary lecture notes is intended to teach quantum mechanics to undergraduate students as well as graduate students. The primary text book for this course is Quantum Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers by D.A.B. Miller.