Quantum Physics Book(s)

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ynuo
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I am looking for a book containing a concise treatment of Quantum Physics at the level of Resnick and Brehm. I find these two books to be a bit wordy. Any suggestions are much appreciated. Thank you very much for your help.
 

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A very brief introduction which I used extensively in my second year is Quantum Physics by Alistair I. M. Rae. It appears quite a bit more basic than the titles you suggest, but it's concise and fairly clear. More of a handbook.
 
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Logarythmic
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Quantum Theory: A very short introduction by J. Polkinghorne.
Maybe, I don't know what level you are after.
 
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ynuo
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I am looking for books not at the level of Sakurai and Ramamurti Shankar (Graduate level).
 
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Logarythmic
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If you're looking for an introduction to quantums without too much mathematics, my choice is good.
 
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las3rjock
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Introductory Quantum Mechanics by Liboff might be the closest match for what you're looking for, both in level and in style.
 
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marcusl
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Check out a copy from your college library of E. Anderson's Modern Physics and QM (now out of print). It's surprisingly readable and competent.
 

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