Quantum physicsProvides an extensive introduction to quantum mechanics, with great emphasis on applications to a large part of modern physics. 
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User Review  Jill  GoodreadsA bit biased...he was my prof for this class @ the u of Mn Read full review
Review: Quantum Physics, Third Edition
User Review  GoodreadsA bit biased...he was my prof for this class @ the u of Mn Read full review
Contents
The Limits of Classical Physics  1 
Wave Packets and the Uncertainty Relations  27 
The Schrodinger Wave Equation  49 
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