Where can i find free ebooks about physics ? For example quantum mechanics by j.j.sakurai
Try visiting the arXiv.org e-Print archive.
Sakurai's book is copyrighted, and is not free. Obtaining it in ebook form without paying for it is a crime. We do not condone such activity here.
Sakurai himself posted his book as a downloadable PDF on the arxiv. How can downloading and using it privately violate the copyright on the published book?
Er... oops! Sorry folks, I didn't bother to check out the link. Thread re-opened.
I browsed through but couldn't find it. Could you link me to it?
what about "quantum mechanics:concepts & applications" by noredine zettili? is it copyrighted? if not where can i find it?
You know,for some time now,there is a search engine called 'Google'.Why don't u try to use it?Type the author & title in the search bar and u'll find out in a couple of seconds if that book's copyrighted or not.
There's not JJ Sakurai QM book on "arxiv". Probably it was there when i didn't know what internet was...Or most likely it never was...
It's not quantum mechanics, but if you want a basic text on Newtonian physics (as well as other topics on the left hand side of the screen):
J.J. Sakurai died long before he could have posted the text on the web. He died in 1983 or so. The book was never finished by him, it was finished by one of his colaborators and published by his wife. It has been revised and a 2nd edition has been published within the past 4 or 5 years I think. If anyone has posted it, it must surely be an illegal copy.
realy? so wonderful! :surprised I love sharp people. i tought i must employ a private investigator to find it for me.
what did you say? goglet? google?
realy? so wonderful! I love sharp people. i tought i must employ a private investigator to find it for me.
what did you say? goglet? google?
lol. My sentiments exactly!
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You can't get a free e-copy of Sakurai, but you can get these lecture notes that are about the same level:
There are some shortcomings though, the most noticeable one being the total absence of the SHO problem. Haret Rosu had a e-Books for both classical and quantum mechanics (both graduate level) at the arXiv, but they aren't there anymore.
However, I did download them when they were available and I can email you a copy if you want. Just send me a PM.
they have courant and apostol book online also for free
://[PLAIN]http://kr.cs.ait.ac.th/~radok/math/mat6/startdiall.htm[/URL] [Broken] Courant
Nope,i'm sorry.No link worked for me.But i could direct you both to an alternative for the wolfram site.
Abramowitz & Stegun is online here
The .pdf file is for sale,unfortunately... :yuck:
try googling "differential integral calculus: kr" and " download apostol calculus" (go to reference materials)
I'm not really eager to dld a book on calculus... :tongue2:
Maybe when i'll start forgetting stuff...
Nope,it wouldn't connect to the server.Thanks,anyway...
the first googling works
Maybe for you,but not for me.I could't connect to that server.
The first one works; courtrigrad's linked to http://://http://kr.cs.ait.ac.th/~radok/math/mat6/startdiall.htm [Broken] instead of http://kr.cs.ait.ac.th/~radok/math/mat6/startdiall.htm [Broken]. I get a TCP error for the second one though (my ISP's fault, I think).
The 2nd one works for me not the first.
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