Ok, so i've been obsessed with the wackyness of quantum mechanics for years and I can't tell you how much i want to learn the math and the equations like the dirac notation and the shroedinger equation, spin and angular momentum...all of it. As a senior in high school I am going to start learning linear algebra with gilbert strang's book and mit video lectures and try to get the basics of calculus and differential equations down, but I need a good intro to Quantum text, I was looking at shankar and griffiths, but i am not sure...I know quantum physics isn't easy to self-study, but i would really appreciate recommendations on any books that helped you guys to learn qm. Please guide me because i am so determined but i just don't know where to start?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Looking for a self study quantum text

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