Quantum Mechanics Book.

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itzhak bars' book on QM, it looks promising, but beware it weighs 10.25 MB, here:
 
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You've given a link to an incomplete document. Even if the book was complete, i still think Gallindo and Pascual, Manoukian and Ballentine have written better books.
 
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Even if the book was complete, i still think Gallindo and Pascual, Manoukian and Ballentine have written better books.
But you can't download them from the web for free, without violating copyright, can you? :rolleyes:
 
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What use would it do, if what you download is not complete ?

I like the symmetries and angular momentum treatment in Bars, nevertheless...
 
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i still think you can learn from this quite a bit.
the three chapters that are missing there, are chapters of advanced QM.
so you still can learn the undergraduate QM from this text.
 
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itzhak bars' book on QM, it looks promising, but beware it weighs 10.25 MB, here:
http://physics.usc.edu/%7Ebars/courses/book2006.pdf [Broken]
thank you
 
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