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Aunp

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I would really like something at an intermediate level: I am comfortable with linear algebra and quantum mechanics at an early graduate level, as well as partial differential equations to some extent. Preferably it would give a good treatment of density functional theory. It would be great if it had some emphasis on computational work as I have yet to deeply study computational methods for various tasks such as solving partial differential equations.

I have briefly looked at many books that I would not necessarily rule out. However, I have taken a deeper look at Modern Quantum Chemistry by Szabo and Ostlund, as well as Optical Response of Nanostructures by Cho (this one is interesting but a little bit tough for me).

Any book recommendations or suggestions on how I should refine my search/priorities would be really appreciated.