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Joker93
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Hello,i am just starting to learn Quantum Mechanics in the university at an underdrad level. I know there are a lot of great introductory books out there but i just saw that Landau's book on non-relativistic quantum mechanics has great reviews but upon seeing it,i was overwhelmed by the mathematical rigor of the book.Now,this is a good thing but it could be bad also.I don't want to struggle with difficult maths and to sacrifice my physical understanding.
So it all comes down to whether this book is suited for undergraduate students or just graduate students.
So,what do you think?
So it all comes down to whether this book is suited for undergraduate students or just graduate students.
So,what do you think?