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Introductory physics course

  1. Jul 10, 2011 #1
    For the people having different background like engineering/math/computer science who has only taken 2-3 introductory physics course in 1st year of undergraduate and none after that, which book would you recommend for following field? I have compiled following in terms of popular book followed in US undergraduate university. Please suggest if you have some thoughts.

    1> Classical Mechanics --Taylor
    2> Quantum Mechanics --Griffiths
    3> Electrodynamics -- Griffiths
    4> Statistical Mechanics --Reif

    5>Partical physics --Griffiths
     
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