Currently, I am combating against the "Scattering theory" with J J Sakurai’s Textbook.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The Lippman- Schwinger Equation, S matrix, T matrix, Optical Theorem,....

But I find the explanation in Sakurai's book is not very clear or pedagogical. I want to find some easy-to-read references to have a better understanding of it.

Any recommendations? Thank you very much.

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# Are there any good Quantum Mechanics books provide lucid explanation on Scattering?

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