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Quantum Mechanics Books

  1. Apr 2, 2013 #1
    Could anyone give advice as to what are some good introduction books/textbooks to read. I have been really interested in QM for a while, figure I'd go away from Wikipedia and Lectures. I am a high schooler, so something more suitable for free time would be helpful. I wouldn't mind a little challenge (most math is fine). All I have gotten my hands on was a used copy of the Feynman Lectures and "QM and Path integrals." Thanks a lot.
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  3. Apr 2, 2013 #2
    I would say anything by the comedian Ben miller (I'm not joking he never finished his phd) its funny and informative a good one is called its not rocket science
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