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Well you'll probably be hard pressed to find a physics concept in a math text :P

Dealing with Schrodinger's equations involves mathematics beyond calculus. You need to know partial differential equations and linear algebra to get into the uses of Schrodinger's Equations.

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Vector Calculus - Deals with Calculus in 3D. - Its nothing but multivariable calculus!

and you are never going to find Schrodinger eqn derivation in a math book. Look for it in a Post Grad's Physics book. or here is a link. Its not easy to understand the derivation at the first go, but never give up. You'll understand it after a day or two(to be very optimistic). Nevertheless, best of luck.

http://physics.mq.edu.au/~jcresser/Phys201/LectureNotes/SchrodingerEqn.pdf

regards,

math_way

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