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Feynmann lectures

  1. Nov 6, 2007 #1
    i'm doing a mathematical course on quantum mechanics and am looking for a good introductory book on formal descriptions of the subject. would the feynmann lectures volume iii be suitable for this?
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  3. Nov 6, 2007 #2


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    It's an excellent book, with a reasonably gentle introduction to QM.

    However, if you have not studied QM in much detail before, then you will likely find the math rather vague - you'll want to complement it with a more in-depth book.
    If there is much math involved in your course, then the easiest introduction to the math of QM that I've come across thus far, is Quantum Mechanics Demystified, by David McMahon.
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