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Kashmir

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My math background :

I've done multivariate calculus, vector calculus, linear algebra ,some complex analysis all at the usual undergraduate level.

The books I've self studied thus far are:

1) Mechanics : Kleppner and Kolenkow

2) Electrodynamics : Griffiths

3)Mathematical method: Boas

4) Classical mechanics : Goldstein ( just finished 4th chapter after so much

labor) -) Quantum mechanics :Griffiths ( I stopped after 2nd chapter, I felt I wanted a little bit more rigorous book that uses bra ket) As you can see I'm lacking in quantum mechanics and statistical mechanics, so with my current background could you please suggest book on quantum mechanics and statistical mechanic which are easier to self study.

Thank you.