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I'm looking for an advanced quantum mechanics textbook. I've taken several undergrad quantum courses, but since starting my masters and taking grad courses in noncommutative geometry, functional analysis, and gauge theory to name a few I feel unsatisfied with the level of quantum mechanics I was taught during my undergrad (for example we never used the bra-ket notation or ever discussed eigenstates to name a few).

What kind of textbook would you recommend? I would like something that sort of ties more mathematics into quantum mechanics making it a bit more rigorous than one usually sees in a quantum text book.

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# Advanced Quantum mechanics textbook

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