The Principles of Quantum Mechanics

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Clarendon Press, 1958 - Matrix mechanics - 312 pages
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The classic on the formalism of quantum mechanics. Only for the serious... But if you understand this stuff, this is one of the most clear and lucid books on QM ever written. Read full review

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Dirac had a knack of explaining quite complicated things in a simple and understandable way. This is of course an old book, and it is very elementary, but I still remember the joyful feeling of being ... Read full review

Contents

THE PRINCIPLE OF SUPERPOSITION
1
The Polarization of Photons
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Interference of Photons
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