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I am a first year graduate student in physics who is interested in getting involved in the field of lattice...

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Hi,
I will go back to school next year to start studying physics. For the moment, I am learning/reviewing maths...

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agenthulk

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I'm looking to reduce the amount of books I have, but I'd like to get a few references references books to replace...

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Hello fellows,
Properly introducing myself into dark matter so in the quest for book suggestions from those of you...

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I bought a book (Differential Geometry by Kreyszig) based on really good reviews because I'm planning to learn general...

Aug3114 11:33 PM
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hi fellas,
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Aug3114 02:38 PM
nrqed

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Aug2914 04:55 PM
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Aug2914 03:43 AM
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I've read Spivak 's calculus so I tried Sternberg 's book,IT IS kind of hard,because the abstraction is put upfront,I...

Aug2814 03:38 PM
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Aug2814 12:46 PM
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I have seen the following textbook: "A Modern Introduction To Particle Physics" by Fayyazuddin...

Aug2814 10:22 AM
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Aug2814 07:05 AM
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I haven't specifically studied SR yet. My only exposure to it has been in the classical field theory section of...

Aug2714 08:15 PM
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Aug2714 11:31 AM
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I want to learn Fockspace. Can somebody point me to a useful textbook where the basics are...

Aug2714 04:20 AM
vanhees71

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Hi,
I'm looking for a good maths book that emphasises on Physics.
I'm doing A Level Maths and Further Maths with...

Aug2714 01:39 AM
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I am following Shigley's Mechanical engineering design as a textbook for my course of machine design.But...

Aug2614 02:01 PM
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Aug2514 06:21 PM
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Aug2514 04:31 PM
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What are some of the physics and calculus textbooks in common use in American high schools today?
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Aug2514 04:31 PM
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Aug2514 11:22 AM
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Aug2514 03:44 AM
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Aug2414 05:28 PM
EmSeeSquared

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Recently me and my friends started undergraduate courses following our interests(mostly engineering, science and...

Aug2414 05:27 PM
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Any thermodynamics book that's somewhat mathematical,but is still for beginners?

Aug2414 12:09 PM
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Aug2414 12:03 PM
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I have to choose a book for classical mechanics. After reading a lot through the forum, I find that...

Aug2214 11:11 PM
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Aug2214 10:48 AM
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Aug2014 04:48 PM
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Aug2014 12:12 PM
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I am a physics graduate student, and feel a bit behind in my understanding of statistical mechanics. I will be taking...

Aug2014 11:22 AM
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Aug2014 09:05 AM
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In MIT OCW's video course 8.04 Quantum Physics I there are four textbooks listed, and readings suggested for each. In...

Aug1914 07:51 AM
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Aug1814 01:08 AM
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Aug1714 06:54 PM
porcupine137

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