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Quantum Quantum Mechanics by Galindo, Pascual

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  1. Feb 7, 2013 #1

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  3. Feb 9, 2013 #2

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    These books have all the info I wanted to see in a book on this subject, and at the (mathematical) level I enjoy. I consider this to be my favourite writing on quantum mechanics, followed very closely by Prugovecky and Ballentine.

    It's meant to be used only if you're particularly comfortable with advanced topics in mathematics, especially functional analysis. This is the kind of 'must' if you're planning a PhD in theoretical physics, so it's for a pretty selective audience.
     
  4. Feb 16, 2013 #3
    Actually it's pretty much the standard alongside Cohen-Tannoudji for most physics undergraduates in Spain, in particular UCM. At my uni we used Cohen's but I do recall picking this up off the library shelf on some occasion.

    I'm actually very surprised to see it has been translated into English.
     
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