I need some Modern physics text book suggestion

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Hi
I am in my freshmen year and I am taking a course on Modern Physics. We use the book "Concept of Modern Physics" by Arthur Beiser. I have huge problem understanding the wave and particle dual properties of matter. And now we are about to start Quantum Mechanics. it seems further complicated. I missed some classes in the beginning. So, I missed some important lectures. I need to cover them fast. The book I mentioned is good. yet I miss some key factors in it. So, can anyone please recommend a more descriptive book on this subject

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why not try to use internet resources for understanding that particular thing better? or just ask questions here?

it seems like a waste of money to buy one more book "just for that" since you will probably never use those "modern physics" book later on in your studies.
 
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why not try to use internet resources for understanding that particular thing better? or just ask questions here?

it seems like a waste of money to buy one more book "just for that" since you will probably never use those "modern physics" book later on in your studies.
Just saying, I for one much prefer physical books over online/ebooks. Much easier on the eyes.
 
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Just saying, I for one much prefer physical books over online/ebooks. Much easier on the eyes.
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Well, that was embarrassing.
 

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