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I've just completed my BS in physics and joining M.Sc... I've interested to take specialisation in Quantum mechanics and will continue in theoretical physics in the future...

I'm facing problems understanding the algebra of operators... basically realting the functional spaces... can anyone please suggest me the finest and the easiyest book on "Linear operators in quantum mechanics"..

I'll be greatful....

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# Operators in quantum mechanics

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