Hello I am a second year student and i am starting to learn about quantum world. I am in biochem programm so quantum is not the main focus of my program, however i realize that without physics there is absolutely no succeses in research. I am very curious about how atoms work, bonding and non bonding intermolecular forces. This is extremely difficult field. It requires tons of Mathematical knowldege. Can anyone please suggest What mathematical theorems and concepts i should know? I am familiar with basics of derivatives and integration. Where should i concentrate on? Any good text books?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Preparing for Quantum Mechanics, please suggest me good books.

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