Quantum mechanics II: a second course in quantum theory, Volume 2
The first section presents detailed and thorough coverage of integral quantum mechanics and scattering. In the second section, an operational treatment of relativistic quantum mechanics is provided. Quantum fields are introduced in the third part, using perturbation theory to emphasize the connections with familiar quantum mechanics, and the field theory is illustrated with examples of actual physical processes.
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Continuum Quantum Mechanics
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