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Azure Ace

I would be glad if you have links to free downloadable books. Thanks in advance!

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Azure Ace

I would be glad if you have links to free downloadable books. Thanks in advance!

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S. Weinberg, Quantum Theory of Fields, 3 Vols., Cambridge University Press

It's however not ideal as an introductory textbook. You should complement it by some more introductory book, also dealing with phenomenology, for which I recommend

O. Nachtmann, Elementary Particle Physics, Springer-Verlag

D. H. Perkins, Introduction to high-energy physics, Cambridge University Press

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Azure Ace

I'm quite familiar with the titles except Nachtmann's book. Thank you for your recommendations. Also what can you say about Thomson's book Modern Particle Physics and Walecka's Modern Physics series?

S. Weinberg, Quantum Theory of Fields, 3 Vols., Cambridge University Press

It's however not ideal as an introductory textbook. You should complement it by some more introductory book, also dealing with phenomenology, for which I recommend

O. Nachtmann, Elementary Particle Physics, Springer-Verlag

D. H. Perkins, Introduction to high-energy physics, Cambridge University Press

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I prefer Wu Ki Tung for continuous group theory

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Azure Ace

I see. Good thing is this is the preferred textbook for our Group Theory class. Thank you very much! I have decided to find myself a copy of Wu Ki Tung's book.I prefer Wu Ki Tung for continuous group theory

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I have had it for almost 30 years, read it on occasion and realize just how much I forgot over the years.....I see. Good thing is this is the preferred textbook for our Group Theory class. Thank you very much! I have decided to find myself a copy of Wu Ki Tung's book.

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http://www.math.columbia.edu/~woit/QMbook

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Azure Ace

Coming from your experience, I am more convinced that I should really get a copy of this book.I have had it for almost 30 years, read it on occasion and realize just how much I forgot over the years.....

Based on the title, I think it's a complete one. Thank you for the link

http://www.math.columbia.edu/~woit/QMbook

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If it is a text for a class I would...Coming from your experience, I am more convinced that I should really get a copy of this book.

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