Quantum Mechanics, Volume 1
Subjects include formalism and its interpretation, analysis of simple systems, symmetries and invariance, methods of approximation, elements of relativistic quantum mechanics, much more. "Strongly recommended." -- "American Journal of Physics."
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Light quanta oh photons
TTT Quantization of material systems
Correspondence principle and the old quantum theory
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