I have a good understanding of general quantum physics but not so much of an understanding of the mathmatics around equations,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

such as the equations on wikipeadia under the quantum physics page to understand any of the equations you much first know what the symbols in the equation means

can anyone suggest a website that may have some form of index for these symbols on

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# Quantum equation symbols

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