I need some reference books on the following.... My 3rd year 2nd sem Undergraduate physics syllabus has a part like this- (I have 2 sem q.m., 1 sem special relativity as background.) The nuclear two-body problem and simple theory of the deuteron. Elementary particles: Baryons, Mesons and Leptons, Additively conserved quantum numbers, antiparticles, isospin, analogy with angular momentum, charge independence of nuclear forces. Proliferation of particles: The discovery of resonance particles, uncertainty principle and the lifetime of resonance particles. The quark model, the basic building blocks of matter ( quark and leptons ) and their interactions, uncertainty principle and the meson theory of nuclear forces, The virtual particles as carriers of fundamental forces in nature. Simple application of relativistic kinematics: Two-body and three-body decays, kinematic variables in the lab-frame and CMframe. Fixed target vs colliding beam experiment, a few important discoveries at positron-electron and bardon colliders. A brief history of the universe and its future, Dark matter. Quantum mechanics of two -level systems, the ammonia maser, Ko-Ko oscillations, neutrino oscillations, and lepton flavour violation. History of superconductivity, the Meissner effect, perfect conductivity and perfect diamagnetism of superconductors, the London equation, the Jesephsonjunction. Superfluidity, the fountain effect, the superfluidity ofHe4, the two-fluid model, thermodynamics of superfluids. Statistical mechanics of a dimensional spin chain, qualitative ideas of modern theories of phase transitions.