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You can also have a look at Cornwell's "Group Theory in Physics: An Introduction" and Georgi's "Lie algebras in particle physics" which are more thematic.

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While this is true, in my experience, you will not find a HEP book that covers group theory to any larger extent apart from the very basics needed for the applications relevant to that book only. If you want a somewhat deeper introduction to group theory in physics, there are many dedicated books for this.Any book in particle physics will devote some part to group theory in high energy physics (e.g. Griffith's "introduction to elementary particles").

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Sexl, Urbandtke, Relativity, Groups, Particles, Springer

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Pierre Ramond "Group Theory a Physicist's survey"

It was also good in the following manner. You might get basic ideas and concepts on groups from any HEP textbook but for some reasons you want to enlarge your knowledge in this subject. Unlike almost all books on math you

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