I have a good enough grasp of basics of QM at the level of Griffiths and Binney. Anyways, I want to start a more advanced book. I have my heart set at starting one of the following(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Dirac's "Principles of QM"

John von Neumann's "Mathematical Foundations of QM"

L. Ballentine's "QM: A Modern Development"

Pascual and Galindo's "QM: Vol 1"

Sakurai's "Modern QM"

Landau's "Non-relativistic QM"

Suggestions? I always prefer more mathematical and theoretical approach than calculational approach; no interest in problem solving whatsoever, so please suggest accordingly.

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# Next QM book for me

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