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Physics for Mathematicians?

by mark.luxton
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Aug22-11, 08:05 PM
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Hi,

I'm looking for a book to teach physics to mathematicians with the ultimate goal of understanding how the exceptional root systems fit into the various physics models. My background is algebraic geometry so I'd especially be appreciative if it's written towards an audience that appreciates existence/uniqueness type theorems over brute force calculations (and bonus points if it's not too 'categorical').

Thanks for any help!
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