- #1

- 65

- 0

## Main Question or Discussion Point

hello all. originally i was a physics major and took "modern physics" which briefly covered nuclear, particle, and quantum physics. i switched majors to math, and now i'm thinking of dual majoring in physics and mathematics, but i'd like to read a little bit about quantum physics before i go about trying the physics thing again.

i've got a pretty good mathematics background, with a year of linear algebra, ODE, a semester of number theory and abstract algebra, and a semester of analysis under my belt, so i should be able to understand most of what can be tossed at me mathematically.

let me know if you guys have any good recommendations.

thanks!

i've got a pretty good mathematics background, with a year of linear algebra, ODE, a semester of number theory and abstract algebra, and a semester of analysis under my belt, so i should be able to understand most of what can be tossed at me mathematically.

let me know if you guys have any good recommendations.

thanks!