Assuming that I have a pretty good foundation of relativity (twin paradox, pole paradox, Lorentz transformations, four vectors, etc.), and I have a good foundation of the preliminaries of quantum mechanics (up to spin, angular momentum, etc... a bit of time-dependent perturbation theory and identical particles theory), would it be appropriate to start studying relativistic quantum mechanics? If so, what would be a good place to start?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Relativistic Quantum Mechanics

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