I'm looking for a book on Quantum Mechanics on an introductory level (concerning the physics), which is fairly advanced concerning the mathematics (i.e. some book that does not praise as a mathematical revolution that there actually is something called a dual space to some vector space). Do you have any recommendations?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Best regards and thanks in advance...Cliowa

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