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Quantum Quantum Field Theory: The Why, What and How by T. Padmanabhan

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  1. Oct 29, 2017 #21
    Truth is that I have been through Peskin' first two and a half chapters but did not like it a lot. I supplemented it with Tong's QFT lecture notes and it made things much better.
    But, upon studying a few sections of Schwartz's textbook, I found it to be much better than Peskin's.
    [Note that Maggiore's textbook is also nice although some chapters/sections are very brief to be of aby use(like the non-Abelian gauge theory part)]
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