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I was wondering if someone could give some input on what resources I should use and how I should go about this.

Thanks

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I was wondering if someone could give some input on what resources I should use and how I should go about this.

Thanks

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Assuming you have the math background, I've found Gasiorowicz to bequite good.

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type quantum mechanics lecture 1 into youtube.

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Edit: this is one of the books I was recommended for my 3-year undergraduate physics degree, so its good for beginners.

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