I heard that angular momentum operators and their eigenvectors are realted to SO(3) or SU(2)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

group. Does anyone know a good textbook which explain the connection between how group theory and quantum mechanics (especially angualr momentum). I'm intrested rather in books which emphasizes mathematical aspects and are quite precise in this matter.

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# Angular momentum and group representation

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