I just finished an introduction to quantum mechanics class, and I was wondering where I could learn QFT on my own (including any more QM I might need to learn before I could start QFT). I have Griffiths book, and in class we covered the first 7 chapters (which includes all the basics, hydrogen, time-indep. perturbation, identical particles, and the variational principle), so I'm comfortable with this material and could learn the stuff in the rest of the book on my own. Where should I go after this?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Starting with QFT

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